103-year-old Lindsay Tise was the oldest competitor at the 2022 National Senior games, winning a gold medal in golf in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
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From growing up in a refugee camp to battling a double-bypass surgery, Tien Nguyen overcame countless obstacles to win Gold at the National Senior Games.
Watch the golf swing of 103 year old Lindsay Tise, the oldest competitor across all sports! Plus, we check in with Women’s Softball and get the latest from Beach Volleyball!
Bob Hobbs, the 56-year-old National Senior Games gold medalist, explains how triathlons helped him set life goals and change careers to find his own “what’s next.”
Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to officially register and run the Boston Marathon, continues to add to her legacy and compete today.
Watch the action from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as masters athletes over the age of 50 compete in Beach Volleyball for the first time.
Athletes from The Villages, Fl won 154 medals at the 2022 National Senior Games. Learn the secret to their success in masters athletics.
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Watch Growing Bolder’s 60 minute National Senior Games special.
DeEtte Sauer didn’t start swimming until she was in her 50’s. Since then, she’s lost more than 100 pounds and set multiple world records.
Growing Bolder, announces a free intergenerational walking event in partnership with Track Shack and Florida Blue Medicare.
Motivational Speaker and Life Coach Dr. James Smith, Jr., explains how masters athletes from age 50 to 103 have inspired the world to smash ageist stereotypes and defy the odds.