Charlotte Sanddal, a 100-year-old woman, believes that it is never too late and one is never too old to start something.
If one simply has a strong will and perseveres, they will eventually find success.
There are many examples of older men learning to climb mountains, ride bicycles, or practice yoga.
There are young people who behave like old people, but our heroine is full of zest for life and makes her life increasingly interesting.
The inspiring and heartwarming story of this centenarian swimmer is a true example for every retiree.
This grandmother set a world record in swimming. Breaking a record at the age of 100 is simply incredible!
Charlotte began learning to swim when she retired from work.
That’s why the 73-year-old devoted herself entirely to swimming.
A very interesting fact: she had never swum before.
Mrs. Sanddal participated in the Huntsman World Senior Games. It is the largest senior competition in the world, held every year.
But it was not an easy participation. The 100-year-old set a swimming record among seniors.
And she doesn’t give up. She continues to swim and train.
“Thanks to swimming and daily training, I am alive and so lively.
I start my day with a series of exercises,” she said, the 100-year-old woman.
Charlotte’s example inspired several seniors to focus directly on their goals.