Eleven years ago, in the midst of a down economy, 46-year-old Ned Johnson made a bold move: he quit his job of 19 years to chase a dream.
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Diane Travis, 66, is a world and national champion in duathlons, a division of USA Triathlon. She’s one of the country’s most accomplished masters athletes and is active in her hometown, Clermont, FL.
Have you ever heard of that weird activity known as, “grounding,” also referred to as, “earthing?” Find out exactly what it is and why it’s becoming so popular.
Charles Dasher is living a life he never even dreamed of, reconnecting with nature and himself.
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Shantell Williams learned how to ride a Harley in her 40s. Eight months after she started, she set out on a journey across 48 states to bring attention to Bessie Stringfield, the first African American woman to ride across America in the 1930s.
At 71 years old, John Komoroske is in the best shape of his life. The best part? He believes you can do it too.
Walking is healthy and good for you. Cue eye roll, but we have additional information to guide you along a healthier path.
Were it not for walking, 82-year-old Karl- Heinrich Barsch would likely be in a wheelchair. Were it not for running, his wife, 84-year-old Terttu Barsch, would likely be dead. The Barsches are part of the irrefutable and growing body of evidence that proves the benefits of an active lifestyle.
For the Walkers, archery is more than just a sport. It’s a tradition spanning several generations, creating a legacy of success and priceless family memories learning to shoot together.
After a Parkinson’s diagnosis, Helen and Andy Leighton used Pickleball as a way to cope together.
We’ve team up to establishing the Growing Bolder Division powered by Florida Blue Medicare recognizing athletes 40 + in the Track Shack Running Series
So many of the triumphs we see at the National Senior Games don’t happen on the score sheet. They happen in the heart. Bill Shafer shares stories that prove it’s more than just medals and records that matter to these masters athletes.
Growing Bolder at the 2022 National Senior Games is now airing across the country! Check below to see where it’s airing and when you can watch. Keep checking back here for updates on when this national special could be coming to a network in your area!
Short, vertical videos have taken social media by storm. And, while some people assume TikTok and Instagram Reels are a “young person’s game”, plenty of 50+ adults are proving them wrong.
For as long as he can remember, Willie Spruill loved being active. When a cracked spine and chronic pain sent him into despair, it was a flyer for the North Carolina Senior Games that set him back on a path towards hope and health.
Acclaimed photojournalist David Burnett was drawn to the National Senior Games in Ft. Lauderdale for the same reason Growing Bolder was — to record and share the inspiring stories and images of athletes from age 50 to 103 who are defying the stereotypes of age.
Ten teams made up of one person over the age of 50 and one person under the age of 50 competed in the BolderX Among Us Intergenerational Tourament for bragging right and an epic prize package.
Women’s Sports pioneers reflect on the progress made & life before.
2022 marks the 50-year anniversary of the passing of Title IX, a critical moment in American history that prevented federally-funded…