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Three times -- -- job -- swims laps training for his next competition.
John -- is 94 years old finishing.
At our -- house.
You've got to finish the race -- feel good.
-- is one of several older athletes featured in the documentary each of championing.
A powerful and inspiring look and overcoming obstacles and realizing dreams in the national -- -- They have arthritis they have he fever they they have aches and pains.
And and but.
I think what I was most impressed about is that attitude that they bring to these challenges that they'll look past them and and and move beyond them.
The film features a 100 year old tennis player.
And 86 year old pole vaulter and the -- Brothers who couldn't swim in public schools growing up because of segregation.
Bradford Tatum won gold in between people there Patrick.
He just had this ability to focus to stay positive to keep looking forward.
And undergoing really harsh medical treatment in his ninety's.
And still able to keep being positive.
-- attitude here.
I think one thing I noticed with that.
It's almost like he did -- and accept it.
Each of champions offers plenty of surprises including an impressive literally eat lobsters and there -- getting their nails done in their area -- every game.
You know they are the epitome of gracious southern -- grandmother.
And we thought oh this is going to be a cute story they're going to be just so level and adorable playing basketball.
And then they step out on the court and it is just no holds barred complete mayhem when they're throwing -- they're tripping people they're -- each other on the ground.
And it was just a complete shock this year senior Olympics -- in Cleveland through August 1 and yes John Taylor will be there.
In New York Rick Leventhal Fox News.
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