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Who else is excited for this year's Summer Olympic Games? Before the Games officially get under way tomorrow night, we checked in via Skype with NBC's Rowdy Gaines from the International Broadcast Center in Rio. Rowdy, who has been the voice of swimming for NBC since 1992, gives Growing Bolder an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the broadcast team preparing for the first events, shares some breaking news and previews what he believes will be the three most exciting races in the swimming competition.

Click here to check in with Rowdy in Rio!
For 25 years, the Learning Institute for Elders (LIFE) has presented a weekly speaker series at the University of Central Florida. With every weekly presentation, LIFE dispels the stereotype of aging being a time of loss and loneliness. Click here to see how it's changing lives.
Learn why journalist, author and activist Ashton Applewhite implores us all, regardless of our current age, to wake up to the ageism that not only surrounds us but is inside each of us. Click here to listen to our provocative conversation.
Prepare for Life's Unforeseen Opportunities
At some point in our lives, our bodies will be asked to perform in a way we never expected. Will you be ready? Now is the time to prepare. Globally renowned neurosurgeon Robert Masson, M.D., of the NeuroSpine Institute explains how he personally is prehabbing his body for whatever challenges or opportunities are to come. Click here to find out how this mentality ensured he was ready for one of the greatest adventures of his life.
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He's done it again! Ed Whitlock took nearly 50 seconds off the 85-to-89-year-old men’s 5,000m record this past weekend. It's his second world record run in two months, having set a new standard in the mile with a 7:18.55 on June 10. Whitlock holds dozens of age-class world records, from the 1500m up to the marathon, in which he’s the only person 70 or older to ever run in under three hours. Ed is a humble, gracious man who does not like to talk about himself but we've twisted his arm multiple times to get him on Growing Bolder Radio. Here is a link to our interview in 2013 after he smashed the age world record in the marathon by more than 16 minutes!
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