He’s one of the best barefoot water skiers in history, but Zenon Bilas wasn’t sure whether he could make a comeback after more than a dozen years off the water. Come along as Growing Bolder puts the 50-year-old to the test.
Susan Helmrich is one of the best swimmers in the world in her age group. She’s also a three-time cancer survivor and a victim of one of the greatest drug tragedies in history. How does she keep beating the odds? A great attitude.
The Team BLU FROG world record-setting relay of Rowdy Gaines, Keith Switzer, Scot Weiss and Growing Bolder CEO Marc Middleton rolls into Texas for an appearance at the LIMU International Convention. Of course, Marc had a camera.
Think it’s too late to make a splash? Men and women of all ages are diving, kicking and swimming their way to records and lots of fun in one of the biggest Masters sports in the U.S.
The best thing about passion is that it’s contagious. Dr. Jack Beattie has it. And his family and friends have caught it.
Age is just a number — and nobody proves that more than Olympic superstar Dara Torres! What’s her secret? Take :60 and find out, from the ageless wonder herself.
Picture it — 20 women, all breast cancer survivors, in a single dragon boat paddling as one. It’s a statement about the power of faith and friendship. It’s the art of Growing Bolder. It’s one heck of good time.
93-year-old Banana George Blair, weak from a long battle with pneumonia and in constant pain from six back surgeries, wants to get his bare feet back on the water.
Da-Dum. Da-da-Da-Dum. In the summer of 1975, the movie “JAWS” terrorized nearly everyone who saw it. Our pal, Dr. Lucky Meisenheimer is finally ready to conquer his fear. And he wants company.
Many of the top masters rowing teams in the Southeast were competing. So why was one boat filled with complete novices, rowing newbies, and breast cancer survivors?