Just two years after he was on his deathbed, 76-year-old Hunter Temple qualified for one of the most grueling events on the planet: the World Ironman Championships in Kona. Find out how his daughter motivated him to get there.
Veteran television reporter Sally Kidd is also a triathlete who is about to combine her passions for fitness, travel and adventure into a trek to Africa to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. And she’s doing it for a great cause.
When he was diagnosed with terminal cancer in 1994, Wally Hild vowed that not only would he live but he’d also live to compete in an Ironman triathlon. He did both. Find out how he went from dying to thriving.
Wendy Chioji is an athlete, a cancer survivor, a journalist, a businesswoman, an advocate, and most of all, a really good friend. She’s also the newest member of the Growing Bolder team.
She’s been called the Iron Nun and the Nun on the Run, but Sister Madonna Buder says there’s one title that she’s really proud of — the oldest woman ever to complete an Ironman triathlon.
Elizabeth St. Hilaire Nelson’s artwork is bright, cheerful, and whimsical. It consists of pieces of paper ripped apart and then reassembled into something more beautiful and more profound, much like the artist herself.
Is swimming the sport for you? U.S. Masters Swimming’s executive director explains why the physical and social components of swimming makes it the perfect sport for a lifetime of fitness.
Craig Dietz was born without arms or legs, but he has never let his disabilities keep him from doing what he loves, including triathlons.
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He’s the greatest American triathlete in history and, more importantly, one of the most compassionate and determined men you’ll ever meet.