America’s top triathlete made his 4th Olympic team at the age of 36 but this time, he’ll be competing for more than his country and himself.
A three-time Olympian and the greatest triathlete in U.S. history, Hunter Kemper joins GB for an early morning swim and a chat about staying world-class in his mid-30s.
Just as his life was about to begin, Kyle Garlett was diagnosed with lymphoma and he wondered if he’d even have a future. He survived his cancer and a heart transplant, and these days he’s an Ironman triathlete!
The secret to staying active is to find something you enjoy. Activity becomes passion, and that’s really Growing Bolder.
A father of four decided one day it was time to show his kids how to grow up living a healthy lifestyle. It was hard at first, but the man now known as the Tri-Boomer has never looked back.
Today, there are many triathletes over the age of 80 but that wasn’t the case 20 years ago. In fact, there was only one. A man named Ed Root. Most runners have no idea who he was. Only a very few have seen him run — until now in this GB exclusive.
Cancer is on track to become the No. 1 killer in the world. For anyone who has battled cancer or watched a loved one face the difficult diagnosis, it’s crucial to believe that there is life after disease. We’ve got the proof.
Why is triathlon one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S.? And why is the 40-plus crowd the fastest-growing segment? It’s the Growing Bolder spirit.
Couch potatoes rejoice! A world-class athlete and coach says even if you’ve spent years sitting on your behind you can compete in a triathlon.
Hunter Kemper, a world-renowned triathlete, doesn’t go to a race without his running shoes, bike or his parents.