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For 94-year-old Canadian Olga Kotelko, it's not the high jump, javelin throw, pole vault or sprint that poses the biggest fitness challenge.Kotelko defies the standard image of aging and typifies what scientists call compression of morbidity.Canadian author Bruce Grierson lives near Kotelko.Tests showed that, by some measures, Kotelko has the brain of a 50- or 60-year-old, according to Grierson.Kotelko said she avoids injury by keeping her body tuned up, not training when it rains and eating four or five small meals a day.
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