In the United States, 101-year-old grandmothers have become a hot topic with 40.12 seconds running 100 meters.
According to People.com, Julia Hawkins, who played in the 100-meter running division of the US track and field championship, is 101 years old.
Hawkins did not just win the game with 40.12 seconds in the game. She shortened her 100 - meter - old woman 's record of over 100 years old by more than six seconds.
Hawkins also recorded 39.62 seconds at the 30th National Senior Games in Birmingham, Alabama, which is faster than the 40.12 seconds she had set up in the past week.
Hawkins started running last year. She has enjoyed cycling for a long time and has played her first national senior game on her bike at the age of 75.
Hawkins's children persuaded Hawkins to participate in the Louisiana state game, and Hawkins eventually set the world record.
If it is not a day of training, Hawkins takes care of the house and grows bonsai. Hawkins is in the garden, and when he gets a phone call, he "rushes at full speed" and does not hesitate to move in his daily life.
The secret to Hawkins' longevity is a healthy diet, regular exercise, and her family.
"I advise people to marry a good person," Hawkins said in a recent interview. "If you have married a man for 70 years and have wonderful grandchildren with four great children, there is no happiness greater than that."