Centenarian sprinter Man Kaur passes away at 105

Centenarian sprinter Man Kaur, who shot to fame in 2017 after winning the 100m sprint in the World Masters Games in Auckland, has died of a heart attack.

Man Kaur was 105 is survived by two sons and a daughter.   -  GETTY IMAGES FOR TOURISM NEW ZEA

Centenarian sprinter Man Kaur has died of a heart attack, her son Gurdev Singh said on Saturday. Man was 105 and is survived by two sons and a daughter.

Gurdev told PTI that she was admitted to Derabassi Ayurvedic hospital and breathed her last at around 1 pm on Saturday (July 31).

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Born on March 1, 1916, Kaur was known as the "Miracle Mom from Chandigarh." She shot to fame after winning the 100 metre sprint at the World Masters Games in Auckland in 2017.

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