Norm Coleman

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Who are you, what do you do, how old are you?


I am Norm Coleman, who has medical board certification in internal medicine, medical oncology and radiation oncology. I was a department chairperson at Harvard Medical School for 14 years (1985-99) and for the last 18 years I have worked at the US National Cancer Institute doing cancer research, health and medical preparedness for nuclear incidents and helping broaden the research opportunities, particularly for radiation oncology.
I am 73 years old, having grown up in the New York area, with career stops in California, Boston and Washington DC.  I still work ~60 hours per week.

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My Name is Catharine Daly

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My name is Catharine Daly. At the age of 60 I started doing triathlons at the Ironman distance.

 

 

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Mark Berry record breaker

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In June 2015 53-year-old Devon man, Mark Berry, ran the 630 mile South West Coast Path in a record breaking 11days, 8 hours and 15 minutes, shaving an impressive 3 days off the current world record of 14 days, 8 hours and 2 minutes, which had only been set just over a month previously.

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Marvellous Mimi - Ultra runner supreme

Meet Mimi Anderson, aka Marvellous Mimi, no doubt the greatest woman ultra runner in the UK. And given the number of her world's best performances, and world firsts, she'd have a decent shot at being regarded as the greatest in the world.


Introducing Marvellous Mimi, talking about some of her best and most recent achievements


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Bridget Funnell

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"You've got to meet Bridget Funnell - she does absolutely CRAZY things!" You can't really ignore an introduction like that, and when we did catch up with her we weren't disappointed.

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