Mary Kemp, age 95 battles it out on the track field during the 100m dash. Kemp started running at the young age of 94. Through her daughter-in-law and son’s motivation to keep going everyday she has kept her competitive spirit alive. Watch her race her opponent Dottie Gray, age 92, in the 100m dash at the 2017 Huntsman Games in St. George, Utah.

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