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Lee Kemp, 64: Gratitude and Freedom

Life happens and not always according to our plans. Of the human realities is that we all feel disappointed at some points in life. The measure of our resilience is how we deal with these inevitable bumps. For Lee Kemp, disappointment was epic. It meant training his entire life, attaining unimaginable heights, and then before he was able to reach his pinnacle, the opportunity being snatched away, at a global level. The heavy favorite...

Najate Leklye, 69: Instagram Style Icon

Play, exuberance and imagination of what is possible are the words that come to mind when we see the images of this 69-year-old grandmother living in Holland. Creativity has no age limit; we are all, no matter where we...

Fabrice Croisé, 54: Scents Inspired by the Utah Mountains

With the Great Resignation, and people examining how they want to achieve a work-life balance, it seemed an auspicious time to have a chat with someone who has figured this out: Fabrice Croisé, 54-year-old father of four who, since...

My Mom, My Hero: A Trailblazing Wave Woman

My mother, Betty had entrepreneurial creativity and a drive for self-sufficiency. She encouraged me to always do my best in whatever task I chose and to never give up when things got tough. She was a proponent that everyone...

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Carina Roter, 64: Open Water Swimmer and Yogi

We are all different, and we sometimes find our passion and purpose in unexpected places. Passion creates the possible; doing things that from the...

Vicky Durand, 81: Surf Pioneer

Keeping up with eighty-one-year-old surf legend Vicky Durand requires fitness and endurance. I pant hard as I walk-run behind her. Barefoot, she’s on a...

Susan Purvis, 58: Ready For Action

The decorated backcountry rescuer's life was turned upside down by a sudden divorce.  She recovered, righted the ship, and is back at the top...

Michelle Ford, 59: The Athlete’s Life After the Gold

Life is filled with transitions. So often our happiness depends on our ability to navigate the unknown waters we may have found ourselves plunged...
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