Franklin “Bud” Held burst onto the world track and field scene with his record-breaking collegiate career at Stanford University, and at the age of 75, he’s still smashing world records.
At 64, Joe Neal is the oldest member of the triathlon team at The Villages, Fla., and he’s just getting started.
World-class bodybuilder Anibal Lopez has combined his passions for lifting weights and helping others.
Jack LaLanne has been pumping the nation up for more than 70 years.
Emily Kimball calls herself the Aging Adventurer, and she certainly has earned that moniker.
Carol Seagrave is one of the nation’s top experts in creative planning for mid- and late-life years, and she’s also a tremendous athlete.
Dan Perry is the executive director of the nonprofit Alliance for Aging Research, the nation’s leading organization promoting independence and health for older Americans.
Charlie Futrell is an 85-year-old superman.
Lifelong golfer Cy Peachy fulfilled a dream by playing in a tournament against golfing greats Arnold Palmer and Gary Player.
When a professional photographer and athlete turned 40, she became fascinated with the vitality of older men and women who seemed unfazed and unaffected by their older years.