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Catch Up With the GB All-Stars

Week after week, we introduce you to some of the most extraordinary people around. Here's the thing about extraordinary people -- they just keep doing amazing things! This week, we're dedicating our entire Insider to these people to show you how they're Growing Bolder every day. You'll find out what's new with them, and we'll include a link to our original story in case you missed it the first time.

Despite a year plagued by injuries and infections, this weekend, thanks to an incredible finish, triathlete Hunter Kemper qualified for his fourth trip to the Olympics. Click here to find out why Hunter is one our country's most remarkable athletes.

Artist Elizabeth St. Hilaire is celebrating her largest solo exhibition to date -- a 50-piece collage series called Noah's Ark. Click here to find out why Elizabeth considers herself lucky to be alive and why she's dedicated each day to living life to the fullest.

The jump is back on! Col. Joe Kittinger, who made the highest jump in the world more than 50 years ago, is working hard to help the Red Bull Stratos team -- and its adventurous pilot Felix Baumgartner -- break Joe's 120,000-foot freefall record.

Last month, artist Harold Garde watched as his masterpiece "Iconoclass," a 24-foot-by-8-foot mural, was unveiled at the Museum of Florida Art, its first public showing in 35 years. The museum also copied and digitally transferred the mural to vinyl and laminated it on aluminum panels that now decorate the museum's outer facade. The nearly 89-year-old artist is still discovering new ways to create eye-popping art.

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