Growing Bolder TV: Brooks Johnson
Runners and hurdlers from around the world travel to Florida to train with Hall of Fame Track and Field Coach Brooks Johnson. And at 80, he has no plans of slowing down. He explains how he's learned to live like a jazz musician by improvising.
She's the greatest female athlete in the world over the age of 60, and some say she may be the greatest female athlete of all time.
Hurdling the Generation Gap
With legendary coach Brooks Johnson's guidance, David Oliver is destined to become the greatest high hurdler of all-time. Together, they are rewriting the record books and proving the power of intergenerational relationships.
Liz Palmer has one message for you -- erase the phrase "I'm too old" from your vocabulary forever. She took that message to heart and returned to track and field after a 25-year layoff. She's now the fastest female sprinter over 50 in human history.
After a 30-year layoff, this former college track star decided to get back into the competition. Did she ever! She's now 56, grandmother of three, and holder of many national and even a world record!
You think it's too late to pursue your dreams? Think again. Less than a decade after taking up the pole vault, Flo Meiler, 70, is the world record holder and she's tearing up the track records, too.
Jumpin' Joe and the Joe Dome
Joe Johnston may be one of the greatest masters pole vaulters of all-time and this may be one of the greatest masters track stories of all-time. Where else are you going to be amazed, have a laugh and learn the secret to life?
Pole Vaulting Grandma
Nobody has to tell me that I should be more active. Every study ever done confirms that if you hope to live longer and live better you simply need to keep moving. So why do I spend so many evenings riding the sofa? Sometimes I wonder if these amazing people we all meet here on Growing Bolder make things worse! I mean, I'm NEVER going to be anything like the amazing 70-year-old Sandy Scott! My...