Five men in their nineties set three World Records on Sunday at the USATF Master’s Outdoor Championships.
The five men range from 91 to 97 in age and became the oldest men to ever run the relays. Champion Goldy Sr. (97), Orville Rogers (96), Roy Englert (92), Charles Ross (91) and Charles Boyle (91) all participated in the three races.
Goldy Sr., Rogers, Ross and Englert set the World Record in the 4×100 meter relay. They crossed the finish line in 2:22.37. Rogers, Ross, Englert and Boyle ran both the 4x400m and 4x800m relays, posting times of 12:41.69 and 28:17.10, respectively.