After witnessing the greatest week in swimming history at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, 3-time Olympic gold medalist and NBC analyst Rowdy Gaines dishes all the behind-the-scenes dirt to Growing Bolder.
Rowdy Gaines' Inside Olympics Scoop
Is Missy Franklin the new face of U.S. swimming? Why are the Olympic swimmers suddenly wearing two caps? NBC Sports commentator and Growing Bolder contributor Rowdy Gaines checks in via Skype from London to take us inside the 2012 Olympic Games.
The Today Show Rolls With Rachel
We gave NBC National Correspondent Kerry Sanders a call and left a message, "Check out our story on Rachel." Kerry called back in less than an hour. A week later, he was in town with a crew from "The Today Show."
Dr. Nancy Snyderman
In the world of medicine, it's imperative to dispel myths and find the truth. And that's exactly what NBC's Chief Medical Editor, Dr. Nancy Snyderman, strives to do.
Does success make you happy? Gretchen Rubin knows a lot about both. She's the author of the mega best-seller "The Happiness Project," and she explains why it's dangerous for people to fall for the "arrival fallacy." Gretchen explains.
Over the past 40 years, NBC journalist Bob Dotson has logged more than 4 million miles searching the country to tell the American story. He reveals the famous photo that launched this project and what he's learned about our true American values.
Andrea Kremer's Two Faces of Success
The Rowdy Gaines Masters Classic presented by LIMU is very quickly becoming one of the marquee masters swimming meets in the world. It's a pool full of inspiration. So who gets the Growing Bolder Inspiration Award? And why?
Rachel Heading to Jay Leno's Show
Our gal pal, 92-year-old Rachel Veitch, has really hit the big time. She recently flew to California to be a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno! We stopped by to see Rachel off as she was whisked to the airport in style.
Jane Pauley has teamed up with AARP and she's back on the Today Show to tell the stories of people reinventing their lives. Plus, she opens up about her revelation that she suffers from bipolar disorder.
For nearly 40 years, Suzanne Rogers has portrayed the beloved Maggie Horton on "Days of Our Lives." And like the character she plays, Suzanne has had to overcome her share of obstacles.