In this episode of “Surviving & Thriving,” meet a woman who lost more than 300 pounds — without surgery — and a woman who was on her deathbed until a stranger stepped in to help from across the country.
Our humble mission is to change the way the world looks at aging. And we do that by turning our cameras and pointing our microphones in the direction of men and women who are leading by example. Meet some of these world changers now.
Jeff Farrell is the fastest 75+ swimmer who has ever lived but it’s what he did at the 1960 Olympics that is still making waves. He shares the inside story of one of the most amazing stories in Olympic history.
Just six days before the 1960 U.S. swimming Olympic trials, one of the favorites to win gold in Rome underwent an emergency appendectomy. Doctors said his Olympic dreams were over. They didn’t know Jeff Farrell.
This week’s guests include adventurist Roz Savage, travel guru Peter Greenberg, swimming star Jeff Farrell and stylist Kendall Farr.
Every time he gets into the pool, Jeff Farrell rewrites the rules of aging by rewriting records.