Fauja Singh, who was recognized as the oldest marathon racer by the Association of Road Racing Statistician for completing a marathon at the age of 93, finished 42.2 km marathon in Toronto at the age of 100 and entered the Guinness Book of World Records. Before Singh, 98 years old Dimitrion Yordanidis in 1976 made this world record. Singh took more than 8 hours to complete the race. He was the last and more than six hours behind Kenneth Mungara (38 years old) who won the even...
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Fauja Singh, who was recognized as the oldest marathon racer by the Association of Road Racing Statistician for completing a marathon at the age of 93, finished 42.2 km marath... Read More
Dan Wheldon, 2 times winner of Indianapolis 500, died in a 15-car wreck on Sunday, 16th October while he was driving in a 300 miles IndyCar Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. When the race was started, Wheldon was the 34th of 34 racing cars but when he hit 13th lap he was heading for the front and then all of a sudden he became victim of the 15-car crash. Wheldon was flown by a helicopter to the University Medical Center in Las Vegas for treatment but his injuries were to...
Terry Francona, the Red Sox manager led the team for eight years. During this time, the team had been to World Series titles two times in 2004 and 2007 and also to postseasons five times in eight years. But since October 2008 Red Sox has not won a play-off and it's been 3 years which is clearly a very long time. The team players have lost their physical fitness and body shape for which Francona is responsible as a manager. He is likely to have a firm control over the actions of te...