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This Man Chased A 101-Year-Old Guy In The Streets Of London. And Couldn't Keep Up.

In 1911, a marathon record-holder was born. Last year, he broke the record. At 2:12, he shows up. At 3:25, he hands out his diet secrets to rub it in. At 4:30, he breaks the record.

This Man Chased A 101-Year-Old Guy In The Streets Of London. And Couldn't Keep Up.
via Grahame / Flickr, @imeyrick / TikTok

The UK is experiencing record-breaking weather this week. England reached its hottest temperature of the year on Tuesday when it hit 32.2°C at Heathrow Airport in west London. Temperatures in Northern Ireland reached an all-time high when 31.3°C was recorded at Castlederg the next day.

However, when you translate Celsius to Fahrenheit, the temperatures don't seem to be that extreme, at least to an American. Thirty-two degrees celsius is only 89.6° F. When you compare the temperatures in the UK to an average July day in Las Vegas, Nevada where it'll hit 107°F, the British seem a little weak.

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