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If you love golf as dearly as I do, you surely remember Tom Watson, at the tender age of 59, coming within a whisper of winning the British Open in 2009. Playing masterfully over four days at Turnberry's Ailsa Course in Ayshire, Scotland, Watson would have tied the record with a sixth Open victory but for a bogey on the last hole of regulation play. Instead, he lost to Stewart Cink in a four-hole playoff.
Most of us - well, at least the golfers among us - can only dream of hitting a hole-in-one. Actuaries tell us that the odds of an amateur golfer making a hole-in-one on a par 3 are approximately 12,500 to 1.
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Swimming saved DeEtte Sauer's life.
Eric Spector, Ironman Finish
People like Eric Spector amaze those of us who consider a slow walk up a moving escalator to be a real workout. The California businessman challenged himself to complete 10 kick-butt athletic events in a single year-his 65 th.
The Biggest Loser - Season 14
The following is a guest post from Joe Ostaszewski of  "The Biggest Loser."
On March 12, 53-year-old Mitch Seavey became the oldest winner of the Iditarod Trail Dog Race in the event's history, completing the arduous 1,000-mile dog-sled competition in nine days, seven hours and 39 minutes.
The Biggest Loser - Season 14
The following is a guest post from Joe Ostaszewski of the Biggest Loser. Look for his posts here every Tuesday after the show.
Joe Biggest Loser
The following is a guest post from Joe Ostaszewski of the Biggest Loser. Look for his posts here every Tuesday after the show.
The Biggest Loser - Season 14
The following is a guest post from Joe Ostaszewski of the Biggest Loser. Look for his posts here every Tuesday after the show.
The Biggest Loser - Season 14
The following is a guest post from Joe Ostaszewski of the Biggest Loser. Look for his posts here every Tuesday after the show.
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