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Seeing is Believing: David Burnett’s Photographic Art of Inspiration
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.
Surviving & Thriving at the National Senior Games
Meet the inspirational athletes who have overcome disease, surgery, joint replacements, personal tragedy and obstacles of all kind to compete at the 2022 National Senior Games.
A Reunion for the Ages | 1980 State Finalists Compete Again 40 Years Later
42 years after an inspirational run to the high school state finals in girls basketball, the challengers reunited at the 2022 National Senior Games to compete together again.
Smashing Stereotypes: Vigorous Exercise is the Fountain of Youth
There is a common ageist belief that rapid physical decline is a normal part of aging and we’re all destined to become weak and frail in old age. This is a damaging myth that athletes in The National Senior Games are rapidly disproving.
Curious how to get started on a path to better health? Here are some steps to get started.
Willie Spruill Finds Sanctuary on the Track
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.