Pangasinense backward runner attempts to break world record in July


DAGUPAN CITY: A 46-year old backward runner from Pangasinan is set to break the world record for the fastest backward runner for the 100-meter event on July 25 at the Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center in Lingayen. The Guinness Book of World Records (GBWR) has given the go signal on June 2 for Jojo Bigay, the Pangasinense backward runner, to break the world record for the event. Bigay has to beat the 13.6 seconds in 100 meters currently being held by Ferdie Atoe Adoboe of Germany. He started as a track runner representative of Region 1 before he became a backward runner in 1991.



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