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A 103-year-old Sikh marathon runner is urging people from all faiths to join a peace marathon calling for an end to war.

London, UK: Fauja Singh has just finished his last competitive race in Hong Kong, Fauja Singh and his trainer Harmander Singh. Running club Sikhs in the City has organised the relay race to mark the centenary of the First World War as message of “co-operation and harmony”. And founding member Fauja Singh, who was three in 1914 when the conflict ...

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Veteran Fauja Singh honours Sikh athletes

Amritsar, Punjab: Sikh athletes who have excelled at the school, college, university, state, and national levels on Tuesday received the Sikh Sports Star awards from religious organisation Akal Purakh Ki Fauj and the hands of British centenarian marathon runner Fauja Singh, a world record holder. Akal Takht jathedar Giani Gurbachan Singh; former jathedar Giani Kewal Singh; police commissioner Jatinder Singh Aulakh; ...

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Langaar 2012

On 21st July 2012 the eyes of the global community will be on Fauja Singh, the 101 year-old marathon runner, the oldest torch bearer at London 2012, who will be carrying the Torch on the 64th day of the Olympics Torch Relay. To celebrate the wonderful achievements of this under-spoken treasure of the Sikh community, UNITED SIKHS, alongside Gurdwaras and ...

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