Arnold Palmer, the commoner who became “The King” of golf, is celebrating his 80th birthday. He paused recently to talk to Growing Bolder about his greatest passion — helping the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
At age 35, Mike Sigel was the youngest ever inducted into the Billiards Hall of Fame. After retiring he became the game’s best known promoter only to return to prove he’s still got it!
He was a young man, sitting in front of a couch, beginning that all too familiar spread when he decided to work some pounds off by running. He went out for a run and he still hasn’t stopped. That was 30 years ago.
Author and athlete Don McGrath is harnessing the enthusiasm and dedication of other athletes over 50 to make a difference in communities around the country.
The fastest sprinter over the age of 50 says there’s something new emerging in America – the Ageless Athletic Spirit.
Dr. Lucky Meisenheimer is the P.T. Barnum of masters swimming. Completing Lucky’s Lake swim is now nearly as cool as crossing the English Channel. If Lucky wants you to swim, eventually you will. Just ask Olympic champion Rowdy Gaines.
Every time he gets into the pool, Jeff Farrell rewrites the rules of aging by rewriting records.