Kay Glynn is arguably the greatest all-around female athlete over 60 in the world and by refusing to simply stop doing what she loves, she is giving notice to the medical world that it is never too late to return to the activity that you love.
At 70, Nadine O’Connor is a mother, a grandmother, a retired mathematics teacher and a world-record setting Hall of Fame track star. She explains why she and her significant other are trying to revolutionize the field of knee replacements.
Kay Glynn is one of the most unusual grandmothers on planet. She is a 58-year-old grandmother of four and just may be the greatest all-around masters track and field star competing today.
He’s 87 years old, still hits the diamond regularly and he’s going for a world record in pole vaulting at the 2011 Senior Olympics. Listen to this interview and you’ll change the way you think about what’s possible later in life.
World records are made to be broken, but the track and field world is still buzzing over 95-year-old Donald Pellman’s recent smashing of his own record in the high jump.
She’s the greatest female athlete in the world over the age of 60, and some say she may be the greatest female athlete of all time.
Now in her 60s, Nadine O’Connor is a track and field superstar and loving every minute of it.