Two World Records—In Two Age Groups—One Day Apart!

Two World Records—In Two Age Groups—One Day Apart!

Everyone knows that Frank VanderSloot broke a world record for the 100-meter row in his age group (70-79) on his 70th birthday when he rowed 100 meters in 14.4 seconds.

What people don’t know is that on the previous day, his last day of being 69 years old, during practice, Frank officially broke the world record for that age group (60-69) when he rowed 100 meters in 14.3 seconds!

Both world records have been officially entered by Concept 2 officials in the Concept 2 record books!Frank VanderSloot World Records 14.3 and 14.4 seconds for 100M

Frank’s World Record No. 1 (ages 60-69)—100m in 14.3 seconds on 08/13/2018
Frank’s World Record No. 2 (ages 70-79)—100m in 14.4 seconds on 08/14/2018
Frank’s World Record No. 2 (ages 70-79)—100m in 14.4 seconds on 08/14/2018

We believe this is the first time anyone has ever set a world record on the last day of qualifying in any age group! Note: when you’re competing on the 364th day of your 69th year, you are competing against other athletes up to 10 years younger than you!

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