Vegan runner Ellen Jaffe Jones took her health into own hands through running and a plant-based diet.
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Proving that it’s never too late, Mieko Nagaoka became not only the fastest, but the first centenarian ever to swim 1,500 meters in a 25-meter pool.
Kay Glynn is arguably the greatest all-around female athlete over 60 in the world and by refusing to simply stop doing what she loves, she is giving notice to the medical world that it is never too late to return to the activity that you love.
Jeanne Daprano is unknown to the general public, but in the masters track and field world, she’s one of the biggest superstars. Fresh off her world-record setting sub-7-minute mile, she explains how she stays so fast, fit and strong at 75.
She’s the queen of extreme sports, a two-time cancer survivor and she’ll inspire you to take action in your own life.
As a newspaper journalist, Lee Bergquist knows a story when he sees one. And when he decided to get healthy and active in his own life, he found that he’d not only found his second wind, he’d discovered a real scoop.
We’re in the business of finding cool people doing remarkable things. Or remarkable people doing cool things. Dr. Lucky Meisenheimer is both.
Amazingly, senior athlete Terry Roach turned her major injuries into inspiration for competing. She’s a walking medical miracle that has overcome the worst to become the best.
What happens when a high school swim team takes on the “old-timers” from the Villages? The kids learn that athletes over 40 are called “Masters” for a reason.
Andy McGuffin is the best there is. Mr. Automatic. The Free Throw King once made 400 in a row. Bill Shafer goes one-on-one with Andy to learn the secrets to his success.
Golfer Nick Kent found himself in a three-way sudden death playoff at this year’s National Senior Games.
Sumi Onodera-Leonard is living proof that anything is possible with determination and pluck.