Bob Jennings has spent 50 years as a Swimming Coach, most recently leading The Villages Aquatic Swim Team to become one of the best groups in masters swimming. He’s created a legacy of life lessons that go far beyond the lanes i the pool.
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Greg Lindsay and Jerry Lake are partners in the pursuit of perfection. They may be the only team in National Senior Games competition to both have recorded perfect games in official events.
Julia Hawkins, 105, and Diane Friedman, 100, both broke records in 2021 to become the two fastest centenarians in the world.
Dave Jarvis overcame extreme mental and physical hurdles to win three Gold Medals at the 2021 Florida Senior Games, swimming only six months after undergoing quadruple bypass heart surgery at the age of 74.
A 100-year-old woman has broken the world records for the fastest 100- and 200-meter dashes in her age group. Watch the videos of Diane Friedman as she becomes the fastest centenarian in the world.
National Senior Games champion Jim Ploen, 93, shares beginner archery tips and encourages others to take aim at this sport that builds focus and confidence.
If you want to keep moving, you have to keep moving. Get ready for an ever-increasing number of reports on what is most commonly referred to as an impending…
There really is a Fountain of Youth, kind of. What’s generally referred to as Masters Sports, are changing everything we thought we knew about aging and vitality.
At 71 years old, John Komoroske is in the best shape of his life. The best part? He believes you can do it too.
With a combined age of more than 360, John Corse, Ed Graves, Betty Lorenzi and Joan Campbell had the chance to smash two things: a world record and expectations.
At the age of 50, retired pilot Orville Rogers began running for the first time. In 2008, at age 90, he entered his first national championship and the rest is history. Literally. Once he started running, he quickly set nearly 20 world records and now holds nearly every American and world record in both the 90-94 and 95-99 year old age groups.
“The Jersey Boys,” as they call themselves, say they’re powered by passion — and a love of walking on water. This group of barefoot water skiiers includes a retired medical oncologist, family physician, railroad worker and master plumber, ranging in age from mid-50s to late-70s. Their backgrounds are varied but their goal is the same: to keep Growing Bolder.