Take that Usain: Disabled man sets new world record for 100m sprint... running on his hands in CRUTCHES Tameru Zegeye completed incredible feat in 56 seconds in a German town He balanced on crutches in handstand, before 'running' the race on hands Mr Zegeye forced to use crutches after being born with two deformed feet Circus performer said he was 'delighted' to have set a new world record Added that he was 'talented' like his hero, Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt
011 - Ben Johnson (Athletics) - Falmouth (Jamaica) 30.12.1961. Now runs for Canada. In the 1986 Commonwealth Games he won gold at 100m and 4 x 100m. Won the World Cup 100m in 1985 and the 60m gold at the World Indoor Games of 1985 and the World Indoor Championships of 1987. World record holder at 60m.
105-Year-Old Man Sets 100m Sprint World Record for His Birthday
105-Year-Old Man Sets 100m Sprint World Record for His Birthday - My Modern Met
In March 2016 we were joined by blind diver Graham Owen on our specialist technical liveaboard vessel, MV Legends in the Egyptian Red Sea. During what was planned as a dive to the 100m Gulf Fleet 31 at Sha’ab Ruhr Umm Gammar, Graham and his buddy missed the wreck and this resulted in his world record for the “Deepest Saltwater Dive for a Blind Diver” at 105m. Fast forward to 2017 and Graham made the decision to head back out to the Red Sea and better this record by diving the....