The title of the article is, "100-year-old sets cycling world record".
From the article:
Frenchman Robert Marchand entered the cycling record books in the one-hour event on Friday, three months after celebrating his 100th birthday.That distance-in-an-hour got my attention, until I realized it was km, not miles; it's about 14.9 mph. It's still a great speed for a 100-year-old to maintain. And doesn't he look good? It's the kind of centenarian I'd like to be... if I'm gonna live that long.
Marchand rode 24.251 kilometres around an indoor track to establish the first-ever hour performance in the 100-years-plus category.