Andy McGuffin is the best there is. Mr. Automatic. The Free Throw King once made 400 basketball shots in a row. Find out what keeps him going, and going and going…
We’re big fans of The Villages Twirlers, a baton performance team in The Villages, Florida. They partied at Walt Disney World, and proved that girls just wanna have fun. Now, they are marching to the beat of some new drummers!
Something unusual is happening all across America. Men and women are getting up before the crack of dawn to participate in one of fastest-growing sports for the over-40 crowd.
Hundreds of spirit-filled ladies are lining up to cheer on their fellow residents at The Villages. Here we go, cheerleaders, here we go!
The game with the unusual name is catching on like wildfire! See why pickleball is growing in popularity!
Andy McGuffin is the best there is. Mr. Automatic. The Free Throw King once made 400 in a row. Bill Shafer goes one-on-one with Andy to learn the secrets to his success.
When she couldn’t find a basketball camp for women over 50, Deb Smith went out and created one herself. Jo Dill is one of the women who enthusiastically signed up for a “dream come true” camp.
Steve Sigler says softball never appealed to him, so he founded a hardball league that is now 45,000 members strong — and growing.
All Deb Smith wanted to do was go to basketball camp, but no one would accept her because she was 51.
The girls of summer are giving the boys a run for their money. Aileen Laing is the general manager and founder of the Village Vixens, a traveling softball team with women 55 and over.