He’s a 20-time wrestling national champion and former Olympic athlete who has reinvented himself as a businessman, inventor and jump rope expert. See why Buddy Lee believes it’s the most efficient form of exercise that anyone from 6 to 100 can do.
Running icon Anne Audain was the first female ever signed by Nike, but her story had a very unlikely start. Find out how she went from being an orphan with deformed feet to one of the greatest runners — male or female — in 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.
Four-time Olympic triathlete Hunter Kemper recently took a break from his training in Colorado to return to his hometown — to take a walk. He reveals the health scare that inspired his father to drastically change his life and what you can learn.
She made international headlines around the world after making her first Olympics at 34, then appearing in the next five Games. Now Grandma Luge, a cancer survivor, has a new goal — qualifying for the 2016 SUMMER games at 63 in a new sport, archery.
In the “Age of Champions,” filmmaker Christopher Rufo shines a light on the extraordinary and inspirational men and women competing in masters sports and the National Senior Games. Find out how he sees attitudes changing about older people.
The 76-year-old captain of the Celadrin Tigerettes, one of toughest, most dominating senior women’s basketball teams ever, explains why it’s never too late to rediscover the passions of your youth … and to kick a little butt.
She was a part of one of the greatest races in international swimming history and now Olympic gold medalist Wendy Boglioli is helping people, particularly women, find the champion within. Find out her tips for planning for your financial security.
Is Missy Franklin the new face of U.S. swimming? Why are the Olympic swimmers suddenly wearing two caps? NBC Sports commentator and Growing Bolder contributor Rowdy Gaines checks in via Skype from London to take us inside the 2012 Olympic Games.
The Olympics are finally here! Before he left for London, Growing Bolder contributor Rowdy Gaines, who will be calling his sixth Olympics for NBC Sports, describes what it’s like to have the best seat in the house for his beloved sport of swimming.