On The Pinboard you will find stories from the media and other sources that will interest and inform you.
The Ironman World Championships 2014 have taken place this month (12th Oct) in Kona, Hawaii. The race has a professional category and then the other, non-professionals are split into age group categories. The age groups go in 5 year bands, from 18-24-y-o (OK, that's a 7 year band) all the way up to an 80+ category, although there were no athletes in this category this year.
The seasons are changing and snow rather than sun will be the dominant weather condition, here is a story from Ski Utah about a 96-year-old who can't stop skiing, can't see why he should and can see all the benefits of staying in shape to be able to.
Journalist Suzanne Moore, now in her mid-fifties and never previously one to trumpet the virtues of exercise, has written a piece for the Guardian recounting her decision to "take herself in hand" and halt the gradual slide into middle-aged ill-health and decrepitude (our word).
What are you doing to yourself? You may well ask.
Three or four years ago there were reports in the Daily Telegraph and the Independent, based on data from a specialist insurer, of a growth in serious injuries and deaths among the over 70's from participation in extreme sports.