Fauja Singh's swansong

Updated On Feb 24, 2013 11:47 AM IST
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Marathon runner Fauja Singh, 101, center, originally from Beas Pind, in Jalandhar, now living in London, runs in a 10-kilometer race, part of the annual Hong Kong Marathon, in Hong Kong. Singh retired from public racing after competing in the marathon. AP photo View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 24, 2013 11:47 AM IST

Marathon runner Fauja Singh, 101, center, originally from Beas Pind, in Jalandhar, now living in London, runs in a 10-kilometer race, part of the annual Hong Kong Marathon, in Hong Kong. Singh retired from public racing after competing in the marathon. AP photo

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British Indian marathon runner Fauja Singh (C), 101, carrying a Hong Kong flag, and accompanied by other runners wave to fans after finishing the 10-kilometer race of the Hong Kong Marathon. Singh retired from competitive races after the marathon. Reuters photo View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 24, 2013 11:47 AM IST

British Indian marathon runner Fauja Singh (C), 101, carrying a Hong Kong flag, and accompanied by other runners wave to fans after finishing the 10-kilometer race of the Hong Kong Marathon. Singh retired from competitive races after the marathon. Reuters photo

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Marathon runner Fauja Singh, 101, center, originally from Beas Pind, in Jalandhar, now living in London, runs in a 10-kilometer race, part of the annual Hong Kong Marathon. Singh retired from public racing after competing in the marathon. AP photo View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 24, 2013 11:47 AM IST

Marathon runner Fauja Singh, 101, center, originally from Beas Pind, in Jalandhar, now living in London, runs in a 10-kilometer race, part of the annual Hong Kong Marathon. Singh retired from public racing after competing in the marathon. AP photo

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Marathon runner Fauja Singh, 101, center, originally from Beas Pind, in Jalandhar, now living in London, runs in a 10-kilometer race, part of the annual Hong Kong Marathon. AP photo View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 24, 2013 11:47 AM IST

Marathon runner Fauja Singh, 101, center, originally from Beas Pind, in Jalandhar, now living in London, runs in a 10-kilometer race, part of the annual Hong Kong Marathon. AP photo

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Marathon runner Fauja Singh, 101, center, originally from Beas Pind, in Jalandhar, now living in London, waves after finishing a 10-kilometer race, which was part of the annual Hong Kong Marathon. AP photo View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 24, 2013 11:47 AM IST

Marathon runner Fauja Singh, 101, center, originally from Beas Pind, in Jalandhar, now living in London, waves after finishing a 10-kilometer race, which was part of the annual Hong Kong Marathon. AP photo

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British Indian marathon runner Fauja Singh, 101, and accompanied by othet runners wave to fans after finishing the 10-kilometer race of the Hong Kong Marathon. Singh retired from competitive races after the marathon. Reuters photo View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 24, 2013 11:47 AM IST

British Indian marathon runner Fauja Singh, 101, and accompanied by othet runners wave to fans after finishing the 10-kilometer race of the Hong Kong Marathon. Singh retired from competitive races after the marathon. Reuters photo

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Indian-born British national Fauja Singh, 101 (top C) crosses the finish line during the 10-km event as part of the Hong Kong Marathon. Singh retired from competitive races after the marathon. AFP photo View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 24, 2013 11:47 AM IST

Indian-born British national Fauja Singh, 101 (top C) crosses the finish line during the 10-km event as part of the Hong Kong Marathon. Singh retired from competitive races after the marathon. AFP photo

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Indian-born British national Fauja Singh, 101 speaks to the media after crossing the finish line in the 10-km event as part of the Hong Kong Marathon. Singh retired from competitive races after the marathon. AFP photo View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 24, 2013 11:47 AM IST

Indian-born British national Fauja Singh, 101 speaks to the media after crossing the finish line in the 10-km event as part of the Hong Kong Marathon. Singh retired from competitive races after the marathon. AFP photo

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Indian-born British national Fauja Singh, 101 (R) waves to the media after crossing the finish line in the 10-km event as part of the Hong Kong Marathon. Singh retired from competitive races after the marathon. AFP photo View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Feb 24, 2013 11:47 AM IST

Indian-born British national Fauja Singh, 101 (R) waves to the media after crossing the finish line in the 10-km event as part of the Hong Kong Marathon. Singh retired from competitive races after the marathon. AFP photo

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