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Sikh Athletes, Spectators Wearing Kirpans Welcomed to London 2012 Olympics by ALAN BALDWIN
Any Sikh who is fully observant of the Five Kakaars of the Khalsa discipline will have no difficulty in attending the Games.
Who, What, Why:
How Can a 100-yr Old Run a Marathon?
"[Fauja Singh] is definitely a unique individual - not like any patient I have ever taken," says Dr Brangman, who is Chief of Geriatric Medicine at Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, New York.
Fauja Singh Wows The World
"He said he achieved this through the help of God but even God must be getting fed up of helping him," Harmander Singh said, drawing chuckles from assembled media after the race.
Turbaned Tornado in Toronto: Eight New World Records by JAMES CHRISTIE
On Sunday, for the grand finale, he’ll start his slow, deliberate run at the end of one of three waves of a total of about 20,000 runners in the marathon, half-marathon and 5-km runs.
Ready For A Slew Of New Records:
Fauja Singh Arrives In Toronto For Marathon
by LAURA STONE
At an age where having a healthy mind is itself a feat of strength, Singh the competitor is in remarkable - borderline miraculous - physical shape.
Sirjaut Kaur: Sikh-American Field-Hockey Star Stands Tall by LAKHPREET KAUR
“When the season started and the team saw me doing my joorra, they said, ‘Oh my God! Your hair is so long!' I told them it was a part of my religion and they said ‘Oh, wow! That’s so cool!’
The Indefatigable Spirit of a 100-year Old Marathoner: Fauja Singh by LORI EWING
“We do not need medical staff, trust me,” said Harmander Singh, the marathoner's coach, friend and sometimes-interpreter. “They couldn't keep up anyway.”
Let's Go To Toronto!
Sardar Fauja Singh and his Sikhs In The City team will be visiting Toronto between 12 and 18 October, 2011, to take part in the City's Waterfront Marathon Series.
A Run For Their Money by MALLIKA KAUR
Though Anjit Kaur has worked out “on and off since high school,” practicing boxing, yoga, weight training, and aerobics, this is her first long endurance race.
Hanging Out in Toronto by PARDEEP SINGH NAGRA
They say varying weather conditions will make the Edge Walk experience more 'interesting'. I can now confirm that they are not kidding.