August 19, 2023 2 min read
1. Devoted to children swimming, even at 102
“I often said that I will keep teaching and swimming until they can wheel me in a wheelchair and dump me in the water,” Peggy Konzack said.
This is how that generation was raised. In service to others as long as they muster the energy.
2. Florida Sets The Pace At NSG
Maybe it was closer proximity to Pittsburgh than California or Texas, its chief rivals in senior games when it comes to producing Masters athletes, but perhaps Florida just had a really, really good meet in the Steel City at The National Senior Games.
Florida led all states with 576 total medals (244 gold, 152 silver and 180 bronze). The total is 21 more than the second highest medal winning state of Ohio, according to nsga.com. Rounding out the top five medal-winning states were Pennsylvania, Maryland and North Carolina.
Read the stories from the 2023 National Senior Games iat the link below.
Florida Results at the 2023 National Senior Games
By the way, registration is open for the 2023 Florida Senior Games, December 1-10, in Florida's Sports Coast/Pasco County. Visit www.floridaseniorgames.com/
Snow birds start your engines early.
3. This Link Too Good To Pass Up
From a terrific site, Long Youth Span, this link to a paper that pig's blood makes mice younger, or something like that.
UCLA professor Steve Horvath and Harold Katcher, the inventor of the world's oldest rat were behind this studyand its implications are significant.
There was rejuvenation of blood, heart, and liver tissue by more than 50%, as measured by epigenetic clocks.
No, the idea is not to live forever. It is to heal from the new diseases, the environmental diseases, mankind foists upon itself. Studies like these are what promote science and cures for diseases yet to come.
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