For 25 years, 81-year-old Charley French has been determined to be a
better triathlete after his first attempt at the age of 56 wasn't as
successful as he had hoped.
Now, he's the best over 80 triathlete in the world and is a four-time world age group champion.
He travels the world to compete and is scheduled to race in places like Germany, British Columbia and Hawaii.
But competing in triathlons isn't the only thing French started at a later age. He also started weightlifting in his late 70s.
He talks with Growing Bolder about his effort to break stereotypes about retirement age and what weightlifting has done for his life.
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