In his 50 years in the business, sportswriter Frank Deford has evolved from the "not very bright" kid to one of the most gifted, respected and versatile writers of our times. He reveals the two athletes he thinks are the most compelling of all time.
The Healthy 100 Executive Challenge features business and civic leaders who are providing both the inspiration and the opportunity for their employees to pursue wellness. The Challenge features top corporate and civic leaders in action as they commit to a lifestyle of health and fitness. It's a grassroots campaign to encourage workplace wellness throughout the country, and it just might change your life. (Click here to watch the video version of this story, and find out how you can sign you or your company up to participate)
Two years after battling throat cancer, William Randolph decided to finally fulfill his lifelong dream of flying solo around the world. At the age of 76, he took off in a homemade single-engine plane and had the adventure of a lifetime.
If you think you have to run or exercise vigorously to reap the benefits of fitness, think again. Gretchen Reynolds is one of the nation's top health reporters, and she says a growing field of science shows doing even small activities can lead to big health rewards. Find out more.
This 52-year-old grandmother of two is now the oldest female to ever compete in NCAA athletics. And just started running six years ago. Find out why Diana Furey not only returned to college, but tried out for -- and made -- the track team!