first_imgMan Kaur has done it again! The 102-year-old Indian athlete has clinched her second successive medal at the World Masters Athletics Championship in Malaga, Spain.The World Masters Athletics Championships involves events like track and field, cross country, and road running events, for athletes above 35 years of age.Man Kaur made the country proud once again by winning the 200m race in the 100-104 age group category. She clinched the gold by winning the 200m race in 3 minutes and 14.65 seconds.LOOK AT THAT SMILE !!! Man Kaur from India wins the 200m GOLD in the World Masters Athletics #WMAMalaga2018. Age group 100- 104 years!!What a privilege for every person in the world to see her in action and to share her joy #PinkathonFOREVER pic.twitter.com/hDvWc3EVVfMilind Usha Soman (@milindrunning) September 11, 2018At a stage when most of us would think of giving up on life, 93-year-old Man Kaur made her way into athletics. Eight years later, the ‘miracle from Chandigarh’ made India super proud by winning the 100-m sprint at the World Masters Games in Auckland.Amazing 101 year old completing the 100m @WMG2017 #WMG2017 pic.twitter.com/wUEcPHThv0Wu Qnp (@UUJQ) April 23, 2017In 2016 she also set a record earlier by becoming the world’s fastest centenarian at the American Masters Games, Vancouver in 2016. Being the only athlete competing in the 100+ age category, her victory may have been guaranteed.But her indomitable spirit undoubtedly deserves a salute. She completed her dash in 1 minute and 14 secs, as the crowd cheered her on. And, she celebrated her win with a dance!advertisementKaur was initiated into athletics only when her son Gurdev Singh suggested she join him on the International Masters Games circuit. Ever since, the mother-son duo have participated in numerous athletic meets around the world.A proud moment for India! Mann Kaur, India’s oldest female athlete, wins the 200m Gold Medal in the age group of 100 – 104 at the World Masters Athletics Championships. Watch this video to know more about her age-defying achievements. #OMGIndia pic.twitter.com/CK3sSBTJXtHISTORY TV18 (@HISTORYTV18) September 11, 2018″I enjoyed it and am very, very happy. I’m going to run again, I’m not going to give up. I will participate, there’s no full stop,” the centenarian was reported as saying by The Hindu.Kaur and her son have been training at the Punjab University, Patiala, for the past five months. And how does she stay healthy? ”Start the day with a glass of kefir and have chapatis made of sprouted wheat. No fried food, ” she was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times.last_img