Otronicon is an interactive technology expo that features video games to demonstrate the future of living, learning, working and playing — at all ages!
Brooks Johnson is a 76-year-old Hall of Fame track coach who has coached an athlete at every Olympics since 1968
He’s written music for NBC sports, artist Thomas Kinkade and for a 3-year-old victim of child abuse. Wayne Gratz’s music has been described as sonic soup for the soul.
At nearly 300 pounds, Heather Quillen knew she needed to make a drastic change. And did she ever! Her new outlook on life ignited a passion to help others.
It’s the ultimate motorized highwire act, requiring lightning-fast reflexes, incredible strength and stamina, and nerves of steel.
The best glider pilots in North America over the age of 55 gather for the Senior Soaring National Championships. In :60, see why they call soaring the greatest test of all.
He’s an unforgettable character who believes it’s never too late to rise to glory, even in the music business! Michael Galloway has already overcome the odds; now he’s going for more.
Dr. Dot Richardson is an Olympic softball hero, and an all-around nice person. See how she’s making a difference for future generations of sports stars, and inspiring people to pay it forward.
He’s a character, on the links and off. But he’s also one of the hardest working people in the industry. Or, in his case — industries. Golf, entertainment, business and more. Take :60 and meet Jay Golden.
In his 60s, Dr. Peter Pritchard is still living his childhood dream. Time magazine calls him a “Hero for the Planet.” He’s been named Floridian of the year. And if turtles could vote, he’d be named the greatest man who ever lived.