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“I train him for free,” says Harmander. “It’s an honour for me.” Together, they have clocked up more than a dozen full and half-marathons.
Harmander says health tests taken last year showed that Singh “has the bones of a 35-year-old”. And yet, Singh claims never to drink milk. “I’m scared of building up phlegm,” he explains.
Asked about the rest of his diet, he chuckles. “I could go on and on, but it’s not a new or magic thing, is it? Punjabi people know eating and drinking is important, but I just eat the minimum of what I need: some daal and roti, gobi and chai – I’d probably be dead if I was full all the time.”
Singh runs between 10 and 15km every day – “you have to keep your engine going” – and at 94, became a poster boy for Adidas, alongside David Beckham and Jonny Wilkinson.
“I’m not really interested in all the rupees, I give it to charity,” he says of his sponsorship deal. “Money can be saved and spent and lost and made. At my age it’s nice just to do this. Come on, who wants to talk to this old man? Everyone now! And it’s because of the running that all these people keep showing me so much love. Look how blessed I am. What’s not to be happy about?”