Watch Paige Spiranac fail in 100 million world record attempts and then collapse after being inspired by the Tokyo Olympics
PAIGE SPIRANAC jokingly tried to break the 100m world record inspired by the Tokyo Olympics.
The former professional golfer failed gloriously, then fell to the ground and paid tribute to those who participated in the game game.
The 28-year-old golfer has participated in competitions from 2015 to 2016, and he tried to run a distance in a viral video. PointsBet sports betting.
The women’s 100-meter dash world record is 10.49 seconds, set by the American Florence Griffith-Joyner in 1988.
British Dina Asher-Smith As the defending European champion, she is one of the popular candidates to win the women’s 100m sprint at the Olympic Games postponed this summer.
The 25-year-old player also finished second at the last World Championships held in Doha two years ago, and later won a distance of 200 meters.
Before she worked hard, Spirulina Said: “I like the Olympics, watching these athletes push themselves to the absolute limit.
“And today I will do the same thing-can I break the world record with a little athleticism and zero preparation in the 100-meter dash?”
Spirulina Then tie her shoelaces and hair back, and then quickly stretch and walk towards glory.
She managed to cross the line within 14.24 seconds, and then fell to the ground exhausted.
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Spirulina Then he joked: “It’s shocking that I didn’t break the world record!
“It just shows you how amazing these athletes are.”
Since leaving the professional game, Spiranak has become a viral star, thanks to her golf skills to hit the ball, Get more than 3 million followers on Instagram.
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