Ironman, author and physicist Lew Hollander powers on in competitive events around the world,
proving that age is (and always will be) just a number.
Until 2018, Hollander was the oldest person in the world to finish an Ironman distance race at the age of 84 on November 1, 2014 at Panama City, Florida. He also has run over 100 marathons and many ultra marathons including the prestigious Western States 100 Mile Run in one day in 1984, which starts in Lake Tahoe, Nevada and ends in Auburn, California. How many people win gold medals when they compete?
Only those at the top of their game, and 91-year-old Lew Hollander remains at the top of his. Learn more about Lew
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