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.
The man who has beaten cancer over and over again is now ranked number two in the world for his age group, in the Ironman 70.3 distance. It would be an incredible feat for any athlete, but since Tony has to swim for 1.2 miles, bike for 56 miles and run for 13 miles at every event, it also proves that when you believe in yourself and refuse to give up, you can achieve amazing things.
Bonner Paddock was born with cerebral palsy but it hasn’t slowed him down. From climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro to completing a grueling Ironman triathlon, he explains why he’s motivated to make a positive difference in the world.
Not even six different types of cancer and more than 20 surgeries can slow Tony Handler down. We catch up with this 75-year-old triathlon superstar.
Joe DeSena, creator of the Spartan Races, is an extreme athlete so extreme that other extreme athletes say, “You’ve got to be kidding me!” Find out how he’s trying to spread the word that we’re all far more powerful than we even realize.
22 years ago, Hector Picard lost both of his arms in an electrical accident. He could have given up on his dreams; instead, he battled back. Now he’s finished nearly 90 triathlons, including 4 Ironman races. He shares his incredible story.
After five hard weeks of nausea, fatigue, thinning hair and painful swallowing, the day GB’s Wendy Chioji has been eagerly anticipating has arrived: she’s finished with her chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Find out her special message for you.
Growing Bolder contributor Wendy Chioji waged a very public battle against her breast cancer. Now, 12 years after her diagnosis, she travels the world seeking adventures and living life boldly. We get her to slow down for an update on her latest news
Who has Tony Handler beat at every one of his 255 triathlons? Mr. Cancer. This eight-time survivor explains how he went from being given two years to live 29 years ago to an Ironman triathlete. Find out what amazing goal he’s working toward now.
Meet a man who’s survived cancer four times, a heart transplant and an Ironman triathlon. He wants you to start thinking of every day on earth as your first — not last. He explains.