Mann Kaur from India has won the 100m race in the “100-years-and-over” category in the World master Games 2017 happening in Auckland, New zealand
The World Masters Games is one of the world’s largest multi-sport event, held every four years, it is the pinnacle sporting event for masters competitors worldwide. Two of the philosophies of the Masters Games are to promote friendship and understanding, along with competition, between mature sports people regardless of age, gender, race, religion, or sport status.
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Mann Kaur is a great grandmother. It is an incredible fact that her athletic career began when she was 93. This great-grand mother defies age like a pro.
Mann Kaur had plenty of support and encouragement from none other than her own son, Gurdev who is 79 years.
In the world master games 2017, she is also participating in a couple of other events like Javelin and Shotput apart from the 100m sprint.
Let’s congratulate her and wish her the Best.