103-year-old American Julia Hawkins has been actively racing and winning gold medals, and was nicknamed the Hurricane because of her speed and dexterity.
In 2017, she set a world record with a great result in the 100 meters.
She believes that in her years she is special every day, for every new morning she is extremely grateful and therefore remains positive and on the move.
“The secret of my long life is my passions. Passion is what drives me to move on. Such things simply make you want to live and want to work. Get out of the house, get moving, meet new people and do something new every day, ”she said.
According to her, she regularly goes to shows, musicals and to church. She considers herself an adventurer and wants to try all the sports and activities he encounters, the American media reports.
At the 2019 Senior Games in Albuquerque, New Mexico, she won gold medals in both the 50-meter dash and the 100-meter dash in the women’s 100-plus division. However, this time she finished slightly slower than at the 2017 games when she set a world record with her 100-meter dash.
Julia has four daughters, three granddaughters, and three great-grandchildren. In addition to running, she is also very successful in cycling. In several interviews, she pointed out that she had not spent a day not biking or running and had always enjoyed the sport.
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