Greensboro, NC -- Living to be 95 years-old is an accomplishment in and of itself, but competitive swimming at that age is something we just had to see.
On Thursday, Anne Dunivin set a national record at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.
Dunivin is competing in the 2012 U.S. Masters' Spring Nationals.
She is also the first person across the nation to compete in a 1,000 meter race in 95-99 age range bracket.
"You could probably flip me down if you see me standing up like this. You could push and i'd fall down, but in the water, I can hold my own," laughed Dunivin.
Dunivin traveled with her two daughters from Riverdale, Georgia, which is just outside of Atlanta.
"I think some of these people who are swimming today may be swimming when they are 95. I think you can keep on swimming if you really want to if you like it a lot, and I like it a lot," said Dunivin.
Dunivin said she's not finished yet because she has five races left.
Her next one is a 200 meter freestyle at the aquatic center center on Friday at 10:55am.
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