It’s never too. Need proof? One of the greatest sportswriters of all time explains how he almost didn’t have a career because editors thought he “wasn’t too bright.” Plus, meet a man who flew around the world at 76 and the oldest female NCAA athlete.
Two years after battling throat cancer, William Randolph decided to finally fulfill his lifelong dream of flying solo around the world. At the age of 76, he took off in a homemade single-engine plane and had the adventure of a lifetime.