Cherie Gruenfeld is a 13-time Ironman World Champion, who, at the age of 74, continues to rewrite the record books of a sport she didn’t even discover until her mid-40s. Cherie offers her tips for finding your true passion.
Davey Johnson — one of the most interesting, intelligent and passionate figures in baseball — was always a winner. He became an all-star player and manager, only retiring from the game at the age of 70. And since then, he’s continued to prove that it’s not about age; it’s about attitude.
A three-time Emmy Award winning producer shifts his focus to older athletes and the result is a moving and empowering documentary.
Who says you’re too old to play? Part of Growing Bolder is staying active, moving more and remembering to embrace fun and joy every day. And now, a breakthrough program at the University of Central Florida is helping build intergenerational relationships that lead to a win-win situation: kids who aren’t afraid of getting older and adults who are encouraged to get and stay healthy.
Growing Bolder Founder and CEO Marc Middleton has been named one of the top swimmers in the world in his age group. Find out how your stories inspired him to return to the pool after a 35-year absence and get inspired to find a new or rediscover an old passion in your life.
Dr. Robert Masson, one of the world’s top spine surgeons, loves to challenge himself and became interested in racing when his teenage son, Kyle, expressed an interest in the sport. Now, the two are taking the motorsports world by storm and continuing to Show Up Strong.
When it comes to aging, we’ve all been brainwashed. Growing Bolder is smashing stereotypes and sharing stories of hope, inspiration and possibility.
David Hackett’s life reads like a Hollywood script. A surfer turned skateboarding pioneer and icon, he has experienced personal and professional highs and lows over the last 50+ years. In this exclusive Growing Bolder mini-doc, we roll with a guy who lives on the edge and in the moment, a stereotype smashing world class athlete and master of the art of the comeback.
Dr. Robert Masson is renowned for many things, and he inspires all around him to live life to its fullest, to live with passion and purpose and to always keep Growing Bolder. Now, that is leading to what may be one of the most unusual and inspiring story in all of motorsports.
A viral video may have focused on a relay team at a swimming meet, but it wasn’t really about swimming. In fact, it wasn’t really about sports. It was about five qualities necessary to enjoy a high quality of life into our 80s, 90s, and beyond.