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Malegaon’s 103-year-old shares his upcoming marathon prep

DNMUM381040 | 1/11/2017 | Author : Ranjana Maria | WC :364

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Mumbai: A Bhamre patriarch, who’s had a long time to accumulate many “land” miles over a century is all set to add a few more this Sunday, as the 103-year-old will walk for the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon.
Currently visiting his daughter, Malegaon’s Dagadu Bhamre, who turned 103 earlier this week, loves to go for his morning and evening walks. Seeing his enthusiasm, his son-in-law helped Bhamre enrol for the upcoming marathon.
Bhamre’s son-in-law Subash Wani (63) says, “I have been following the marathon for the last two years. As a 102-year-old, former marathon runner Fauja Singh attended one as a guest. This inspired me to enrol my father-in-law, who is also fit to walk.” Wani has also signed up for the 4.3 km
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