What did the man credited with cracking the Nazis’ unbreakable code and creating the forefather of modern computing do to relieve stress? He ran! And in 1949, the then 37-year-old Alan Turing competed at the same meet as Ed Whitlock, an 83-year-old still making history on the track.
Liz Palmer has one message for you — erase the phrase “I’m too old” from your vocabulary forever. She took that message to heart and returned to track and field after a 25-year layoff. She’s now the fastest female sprinter over 50 in human history.
Just months after winning two individual national championships in US Masters Swimming and setting three world records with his BluFrog swimming teammates, Marc Middleton has placed third in the 2012 USA Masters Indoor Track and Field Championships.
Joe Johnston may be one of the greatest masters pole vaulters of all-time and this may be one of the greatest masters track stories of all-time. Where else are you going to be amazed, have a laugh and learn the secret to life?