Wendy Chioji is an athlete, a cancer survivor, a journalist, a businesswoman, an advocate, and most of all, a really good friend. She’s also the newest member of the Growing Bolder team.
She’s been called the Iron Nun and the Nun on the Run, but Sister Madonna Buder says there’s one title that she’s really proud of — the oldest woman ever to complete an Ironman triathlon.
To celebrate his wife’s one-year cancer-free anniversary, John Hall hopped on his bike and pedaled 12,000 miles to raise money and awareness about breast cancer.
Craig Dietz was born without arms or legs, but he has never let his disabilities keep him from doing what he loves, including triathlons.
Andy was born with fetal alcohol syndrome 40 years ago. His adoptive and loving parents have always encouraged him to get involved in life and he has. He has a job and gets all around town on his beloved bicycle. So, imagine his despair when it was stolen
This 72-year-old beauty queen and author explains why she’s taken two cross-country bicycle trips, despite not being a seasoned cyclist.
He’s an animal…a 70-year-old cyclist, survivor and nice guy, and he’s the picture of Growing Bolder. We rang him up on his birthday to say congratulations and ask him about his favorite pastime: kicking butt.
A horrific wreck in a bicycle race at the age of 64 nearly ended Sandy Scott’s life. It was at least expected to end his cycling career. Not only did he recover, he’s rewriting the record books!
He’s the greatest American triathlete in history and, more importantly, one of the most compassionate and determined men you’ll ever meet.
Harriet Anderson is the most fearless and toughest athlete you’ll ever meet. At 73, she completed an Ironman triathlon with a broken collarbone!