One of GB’s favorite 5K runs is hosted by Dick Batchelor. Come along for a great event and check out three “legendary” racers who talk some smack about the younger runners.
Why is triathlon one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S.? And why is the 40-plus crowd the fastest-growing segment? It’s the Growing Bolder spirit.
All of us get hungry and eating is a necessary part of life so it shouldn’t be an amazing accomplishment, right? Right, unless you’re Rich LeFevre, a boomer who can scarf down five pounds of birthday cake in less than 12 minutes!
The Olympic Games have been the definition of competitive for hundreds of years. And Rowdy Gaines has been the epitome of athletic success. He’s a gold medalist, a world record holder and a member of the swimming hall of fame.
For 22 years, Bob Matteson has lived by the philosophy of getting the most out of life not matter how old you are. For someone who’s 92 years old – that’s a pretty good concept.
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.
For Dr. William Bell, breaking one pole-vaulting world record wasn’t enough – so he broke 11 all at once!
Ready, set, run! Growing Bolder takes you to the only place in the world where you’ll find so many colorful characters, both in and out of costume, to find out why these days, many marathons are dominated by people in their 40s, 50s and beyond.
One of the hottest chefs in the world is the newest Iron Chef, and he’s telling us how cooking has evolved into a sport.
With more adults maintaining active and competitive lifestyles into their 50s and beyond, grown kids now spend weekends watching mom and dad compete. In the Leech family, the kids say it’s a great glimpse of what their later years could be like, too.