Age of Champions is a feature-length documentary about a group of athletesa 100-year-old tennis player, 86-year-old pole vaulter, octogenarian swimmers, and team of basketball grandmothersall chasing gold at the National Senior Olympics. In a positive and uplifting way, the film addresses many of the emotional and physical challenges facing older Americans, including illness, the loss of loved ones, and the impact of aging on the mind and body. Each character in the film offers deep insight into how they overcame these obstacles and remain active and independent well into old age. They directly embody the message: whatever your age, its never too late to live life to its fullest.
More than 700 senior, health, and fitness organizations are hosting screenings of Age of Champions. Here's the kind impact you can expect:
To host a community or campus screening.
Choose the appropriate screening rights for your event.
After the film, ask your audience to get involved with your group or take action on a local issue.
Be sure to let us know how your screening went and how your community is taking action.
We're all getting older everyday, it's time to take the steps to improve our health and our lives.
Start an exercise routine - try to find ways to increase you're daily activity.
Eat healthier - Swap some snacks for fruits and veggies instead of junk food.
|Aging in Maine Tour||May 10, 2014||Waterville||ME||United States||Spectrum Generations Muskie Community Center||Complete|
|Aging in Maine tour - Spectrum Generations||Apr 02, 2014||Waterville||ME||United States||Spectrum Generations||Complete|
|Age of Champions - Phoebe Institute on Aging Conference||Oct 18, 2013||Schnecksville||PA||United States||Lehigh Carbon Community College - Community Services Center||Complete|