105-Year-old Frenchman records world record for traveling more than 22 kilometers by bicycle in one hour
Robert was born on 26 November 1911, in Amiens, France. His secret to success in racing is stretching and adding a little honey to the water he drinks while riding.
He started cycling seriously at age 68, since then he trains every day for an hour. Three years ago, the centenary traveled 26,927 kilometers in one hour, breaking his own record in the category over 100 years.
During World War II, he was arrested for refusing to give physical education classes to Nazi regime employees. Germany.
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