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!
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National Senior Games Athletes from The Villages connect after the 2022 games for fun, fancy footwork and photoshoots!
Growing Bolder, announces a free intergenerational walking event in partnership with Track Shack and Florida Blue Medicare.
The Growing Bolder Division Powered By Florida Blue Medicare begins with the celebration of running 5k.
We’ve team up to establishing the Growing Bolder Division powered by Florida Blue Medicare recognizing athletes 40 + in the Track Shack Running Series
Growing Bolder at the 2022 National Senior Games is now airing across the country! Check below to see where it’s airing and when you can watch. Keep checking back here for updates on when this national special could be coming to a network in your area!
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.
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.
This is no time for a Farewell Tour for 68-year-old Dr. Herman Kelly. He is just getting warmed up and aims to bring back the adrenaline that soaked him and stoked him in college when he was a member of the famed Morehouse College Tiger Sharks swim team.
Kathy Bergen would rather kiss a hot iron, or stare at the sun, than lose in track & field.