(NEWSER) – A Japanese man, who calls himself a "medical marvel," set his third world record for being the oldest competitive sprinter yesterday—one day after turning 105, AFP reports.

Hidekichi Miyazaki ran the 100-meter dash at the Kyoto Masters Athletics Autumn competition in 42.22 seconds, but he was shooting for 35, according to USA Today. "I started shedding tears during the race because I was going so slowly," he tells AFP. "Perhaps I'm getting old." Guinness World Records reports Miyazaki's feat is even more impressive because he only started running in his 90s after most of his board-game buddies passed away.

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