In this episode, we caught up with Kathrine Switzer at the early-morning 5k event. She talks about the connection she shares with all runners, including those she’s never met. We also get to know a volleyball team from Rochester, New York who shares how their team camaraderie keeps them healthy, despite challenges they face individually. Plus, we meet Team Whitt, a family that definitely has their wits about them.
May 12, 2022: Live at the National Senior GamesIn
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Flo Meiler is an 88-year-old great-grandmother and arguably the greatest all-around female athlete over the age of 85 that has ever lived.
Head Over Heels : A Commitment To Running Leads To Committed Relationships
In the Track Shack running community, a commitment to running has led to several committed relationships.
After 50 Years of Coaching, Midge Ferraro Is Still One Tough Mother of Softball
Midge Ferraro has made her mark on The Villages, Florida, by starting a softball program that is setting an example for how to live a healthy and engaged life at any age.
Rebel With Intent: Lia Coryell’s Lifetime of Defying Expectations
One of the oldest of nine children, there was trauma and extreme violence in Lia Coryell’s home, creating a defiance within her, and a life mantra to rebel with intent.
Get To Know Coach Mo, A Pickleball Living Legend
Have you tried pickleball? Chances are, you will! It is the fastest growing sport in the country. It is played by over 4.8 million people and growing in leaps and bounds each year. There is an unprecedented demand from players of all experience levels to find coaches who can help them improve, and one of the best in world is a man known around the world as, “Coach Mo.”
Fighting To Finish At The U Can Finish 5 And 2 Mile
Helen Deboles didn’t think there was a light at the end of her journey. She was battling breast cancer and was losing hope. Then, her life changed when she found a running community.
Jumping For Joy…And The Record Books
85-year-old Maria Yegella recently made a solo jump to become the world’s oldest active skydiver.
Go The Distance: Use Athletic Competitions To Energize Your Pursuit of Larger Life Goals
Bob Hobbs was only a teenager when he decided to enter his first triathlon back in the 1980s and began a journey in self-discovery that went hand-in-hand with his training.
Watch The Timeless Swing Of 103-Year-Old Lindsay Tise, Who Shoots Better Than His Age Once A Week￼￼
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.
“This Cannot Be The End” | 61-Year-Old Athlete Escapes Death Twice To Win At Life And On The Court
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.
May 17, 2022: Live 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!
“They Can Be Life Changing” | 56-Year-Old Gold Medalist Thanks Triathlons For Lifetime Of Career Changes And Self Reflection
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.”