Today at the National Senior Games, we caught up with Kay Glynn who picked up pole vaulting in her 50s. Now in her 70s, she’s continues to win medals and set records.
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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.
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.
Alicia Antoinette shares what how she copes when she realizes, mid-race, that she may be in trouble and what keeps her running for her dreams.