Dr. Dot Richardson
Dr. Dot Richardson, who worked her way through med school while earning two Olympic gold medals, inspires others to reach for their dreams.
At an age when many people are just happy to be alive, 97-year-old Roger Gentilhomme is competing in multiple sports.
Triathlete Hunter Kemper is three-time Olympian who has been to Sydney, Athens and is on his way to Beijing. He's the No. 1 triathlete in the world, but he's taking his first steps in a very important march.
Swimmer Edgar Larson wouldn’t let a major medical episode get in the way of his passion. The 85-year-old worked his way back to health and won nine gold medals along the way.
Helen Beauchamp is an 88-year-old world record and gold medal collector that likes to throw her wins away -- literally.
Olympic Breakfast of Champions
It's only a matter of time till we see Michael Phelps and Dara Torres in TV commercials. Olympic stars have been cashing in since Bob Richards became the first athlete ever on the front of a box of Wheaties. Watch this spot from the '60s.
The Olympic Games have been the definition of competitive for hundreds of years. And Rowdy Gaines has been the epitome of athletic success. He's a gold medalist, a world record holder and a member of the swimming hall of fame.
She's the greatest female athlete in the world over the age of 60, and some say she may be the greatest female athlete of all time.
Robert Sleigh may have retired as a philosophy professor, but he was far from retired from life. At age 75, he not only entered the World Championships of Indoor Rowing, but he won!