Ruben Gonzalez describes himself as having “limited athletic ability,” yet he’s a four-time Winter Olympian. He explains why he’s set his sights on a new goal — becoming the oldest Winter Olympian in history at the 2022 Games.
The always entertaining Bill Nye the Science Guy explains why, after years of teaching kids, he’s trying to get more adults excited about science.
Climbing superstar Lynn Hill is 57 and continues to smash stereotypes and change the perception of women in her sport.
A tragic missed opportunity with his father inspired a photographer to finally put his long-simmering idea into action. Jim Hobart explains how the Legacy Life Project is bringing precious family memories to life, a priceless gift for generations to come.
Jacqueline Bisset has been one of the most in-demand movie stars since the 1960s. We’ll talk about her legendary career, fame, age and beauty with one of our most beloved stars of the screen.
Each year for the past 13 years, George Etzweiler has taken on the challenging 7-mile Mount Washington Road Race, which takes runners to a height of 4,700 feet. And each year he sets another record. We get this amazing 98-year-old to slow down long enough to share his secrets of active longevity.
Robert Swan is considered one of the greatest explorers of all time. He’s the only person ever to get to both the North and South Poles by hiking — two feats separated by 30 years. He’s now on a mission to save the planet. He reports what he’s seen on both ends of the world and how we can all help.
Scott Hamilton has faced stage 4 cancer and three brain tumors. He lost his high-profile broadcasting gig to two younger people. He was adopted and grew up pursuing a sport his family could barely afford. Through it all, one thing has never changed — he’s an eternal optimist. Get his tips for finishing first in your life.
Back to the Future and Caroline in the City actress Lea Thompson’s new project is a true family affair. She explains why her family, including her two daughters and husband, decided to collaborate on a film together and how it’s changed their relationships.
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.