200m Indoor World Record broken Twice in 2 Weeks by 95 year old The reigning 200m Indoor World record holder, 95 year old Dr Charles Eugster, has today, Friday 27th March set a new World best time for 200m indoors in the men aged 95+ category at the European Masters Championships held in Torun, Poland bettering his previous time of 55.48 seconds in breaking the 55 second barrier to a new best mark of 54.77 seconds. This new World Record is the icing on the cake after he added the European Indoor M95+ 60m title on Wednesday in new a British record time of 14.56 seconds beating his previous best, also set 2 weeks ago, that stood at 15.32 seconds. Eugster said, “It shows that with a little training you can set records at any age! To set a World best at Lee Valley was a huge achievement, but to better it here today in Torun is for me remarkable. It proves that you can set yourself challenges and goals at any age and achieve them.” Eugster is now a World Record Holder, 2 time European Champion, and 5 time British record holder which compliments his 40 World Masters Rowing Gold medals, and yet he still is not satisfied. He aims to add World titles to his long list of accolades in Lyon, France in July..