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Racing Toward the Finish

For nearly a decade, pro cyclist Marty Jemison lived the demanding, intense life of an elite athlete. Now he’s taking others for the ride of a lifetime.

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Living With Cancer: Beverlye Hyman Fead

Telling your loved ones you have been diagnosed with a disease can be heartbreaking. See how one woman started Surviving and Thriving.

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Lose the Negative Stereotypes

Never buy into the negative stereotypes about age. Not just for your benefit but for that of future generations.

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The Cancer Chapters: In Wendy’s Own Words

Wendy Chioji been diagnosed with a second type of cancer, more than a decade after beating breast cancer. She shares her story in her own words.

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We shine the spotlight on ordinary people in pursuit of extraordinary lives. We believe it's not about age; it's about attitude, and we know that each one of you can pursue your own passions.

Our award-winning team brings you stories that nobody else can, on TV, Radio and the Web. Currently available for national syndication on public and commercial stations!

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Growing Bolder With…Rowdy Gaines: Take Risks

It’s time to step outside of your comfort zone and try something new! Olympian Rowdy Gaines says at the beginning of his swimming career, he struggled with disqualifications because of a problem he had at the start. Rather than conform to everyone else, Rowdy was able to create a new type of start. It was so successful, now everyone does it!

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Growing Bolder With…Dr. Dot Richardson: Paying It Forward

When she won two Olympic medals in the sport of softball, Dr. Dot Richardson vowed to take one of them around so that every child could wear it for a moment.