Growing Bolder Day is a free, intergenerational celebration of aging to promote the importance of an active, engaged lifestyle.
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Growing Bolder, announces a free intergenerational walking event in partnership with Track Shack and AdventHealth Well 65+
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.
Team GB arrived in Pittsburgh for the 2023 National Senior Games and headed straight for the track.
An octogenarian shares what it takes to keep running, no matter your age.
At the age of 69, Allie was ranked number one in the world 200-meter dash among men aged 65-69. Then in December of 2021 he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Neal Ater only started running at 59 years old. Now at 72, he’s run races all over the world and has no plans to stop. He shares why.
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.
Caught in a chain of inspiration, Nancy Walko, completed her first-ever race this month at the Park Avenue 5K.
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.
At the Battle of the Bands 5k, Frank Carter shares his personal battle to get back on the course, one year after a cancer diagnosis.
At the Celebration of Running 5k, we chatted with finishers about what keeps them running, no matter their age.