Man Kaur, India’s inspirational centenarian, wins 100m sprint gold 6 Photos . Updated: 24 Apr 2017, 11:21 AM IST Livemint Man Kaur, 101-year-old runner from India, wins gol... moreMan Kaur, 101-year-old runner from India, wins gold medal at World Masters Games in Auckland on Monday. In images 1/6101-year-old Man Kaur celebrates winning the 100 metres sprint at the World Masters Games in Auckland on Monday. This is the 17th gold medal in the athlete’s remarkable late-blooming career. Photos: Michael Bradley/AFP 2/6Kaur clocked 1 minute 14 seconds as a small crowd cheered her on—ending a mere 64.42 seconds off Usain Bolt’s 100m world record set in 2009. 3/6Kaur has been dubbed the ‘miracle from Chandigarh’ by New Zealand media. 4/6Kaur is the only participant in the 100-years-and-over category at the New Zealand event, which has attracted 25,000 competitors. 5/6Kaur also plans to compete in the 200m sprint, 2kg shot put and 400g javelin in Auckland, taking her tally to 20. 6/6The X-ray of Kaur prior to her competing in the 100m sprint in the 100+ age category at the World Masters Games at Trusts Arena in Auckland on Monday.