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They didn’t start running competitively until late in life. Why are they winning?

Updated: May 11

The day after her last teenager was accepted into college, Ruby Ghadially, then 57, did something she views as a mark of regained independence: She went for a run. Though she had been active as an adult, she had primarily cycled, and it showed.

"Ageing is not lost youth but a new stage of opportunity and strength." - Betty Friedan

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/wellness/masters-runners-late-start-winning/2021/05/20/be593df2-b99d-11eb-a5fe-bb49dc89a248_story.html

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