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100-year-old Maurine 'Mighty Mo' Kornfeld keeps breaking swimming records
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10 January 2022
On 10 January 2022 The Week reported:
There's no stopping Maurine 'Mighty Mo' Kornfeld. A retired social worker, she got serious about swimming in her early 60s, becoming part of U.S. Masters Swimming. In the 40 years since, she has won 14 world championships, set 28 records, and been inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame. At 100, Kornfeld is one of the oldest registered masters swimmers in the United States, and competing in the 100-to-104 age bracket this summer, she earned six world records in the freestyle and backstroke
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