You are invited to the AGE OF CHAMPIONS screening & Senior Health Fair Monday March 21at the Straz Center for the Performing Arts (Jaeb Theater) in Tampa.– Screenings at 3:30pm and 6:30pm– Meet the stars of the film! The Tigerettes, 65+ women’s basketball national champs- Lecture by Dr. Mike Murray: “What Drug Companies Won’t Tell You!”- Super Seniority Health Fair (free to the public) begins at noon and continues all day long!Tickets for the screening are $10 at the door or $8 online
The two swimming stars of Age of Champions overcame the challenges of segregation to become gold medal-winning senior athletes. John, 91, and Bradford Tatum, 89 didn’t let their color stop them from swimming and they sure won’t let their age stop them either. Their amazing story has attracted the attention of NBC Nightly News where they have been featured in multiple news clips.
Read more about the Tatum brothers and watch the video clips here.
Age of Champions star, Adolph Hoffman, doesn’t only compete in the Senior Games as a pole vaulter, he also competes as a softball player at the age of 86. Keeping fit and even training among high school athletes, Adolf serves as a shining example of active aging. CNN features a video report on Adolph and his dedication to maintaining an active and motivated lifestyle.
View the inspiring video here on CNN.
The world premiere of our documentary AGE OF CHAMPIONS at the 2011 Silverdocs Film Festival in Washington, DC was a big success!
After countless hours of producing, shooting, and editing, we premiered to a cheering audience of over 600 people. The screening was met with a standing ovation and the Washington Post called Age of Champions “infectiously inspiring”.
We will be making an announcement soon about upcoming screenings in you community.