Usain Bolt: The fastest human being alive. A human in the information age has access to information in a heartbeat. With information and friends always available a persons life is a lot more convenient. A lot of time and frustration has been saved thanks to technology becoming more and more efficient.
#JamesGallaugher Fourteen-year-old Australia schoolboy James Gallaugher has entered record books by upstaging Usain Bolt's 200-metre record when the Jamaican was 14. He ran 200m in 21.73 seconds this weekend, which not only is a record for his age group but is also about 0.08 sec faster than Bolt's record as a 14-year-old.
This Monday was Respect for the Aged Day here in Japan, so we’re celebrating by bringing you this story about an old dude who deserves much respect: 102-year-old sprinter Hidekichi Miyazaki. Not only is this centenarian still very much alive and kicking, he’s breaking world records in the 100-meter dash and dreaming of a race with the world’s fastest man.