The world's oldest marathon runner has retired from racing.
101-year-old Fauja Singh completed his final race today, finishing the Hong Kong 10k race in 1 hour, 32 minutes and 28 seconds.
Mr Singh, from Ilford, East London, only began racing at the age of 89. He said he was happy to retire at the top of his game.
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