Sandy Scott is living proof that it’s never too late to try new things or to be great. He is so interesting and inspiring that we’ve invited him to join Team GB Elite. See what makes him one of the most unique 74-year-olds on the planet.
What lengths would you go to to follow your dreams? Maybe a better question is — are you ready to take a leap? A big one? Secily Wilson has the story of the daring dive one woman took that we think will inspire you.
Roz Savage was living a life like a lot of people. She had a regular job, the usual commitments, a lot of stuff … but not a lot of fulfillment. She walked away from it all and started rowing. See how she found herself and her purpose on the ocean.
In 1976, Wendy Boglioli was a part of one of the most exciting and most unexpected Olympic upsets in history — winning gold against the East German swimmers. Now 58, she’s helping women stay physically and financially strong as we age.
John Gabriel is a former landscaper who rose through the ranks at the NBA to become one of the league’s most powerful and successful executives. Now he’s facing what may be his toughest opponent yet — Parkinson’s disease.
Growing Bolder’s Wendy Chioji is overcoming another major battle as she prepares for another major adventure. She looks back on last year’s new cancer diagnosis and treatment and her “epic” plans to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Who would have thought one of the most effective tools in the fight against breast cancer would be a golf club? Meet the life-changing and saving volunteers of Women Playing For T.I.M.E.
To battle cancer, you need to fight like a champion. It’s a lesson that even the most decorated U.S. Olympic gymnast learned first-hand. Shannon Miller tells us about her ovarian cancer battle and what she learned about taking care of yourself.
Diann Uustal survived two horrendous accidents and both times, doctors said she most likely would never walk again. But her recovery has been nothing short of amazing. We talk to the world-record holding swimmer about the art of the comeback.
We are living in exciting times. For 10 years, Dan Dunbar was legally blind due to macular degeneration. Then he learned about a revolutionary procedure that involved getting a telescope implanted in his eye. Now, his vision is back!