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Abdi Abdirahman, 44, is considered by many past his marathon prime, but with the right training, patience and consistency he’s found the ideal balance to compete in his fifth Olympics.

At 44, Tucson resident Abdihakim ‘Abdi’ Abdirahman has defied all odds to become the oldest U.S. runner ever to make an Olympic team, competing at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo thanks to minor tweaks to his training regimen and a honed awareness of his body’s needs. Read more»

Jean Londono is looking forward to traveling and competing in tournaments this summer now that he has been vaccinated.

With the CDC authorization of the Pfizer vaccine for 12-to-15-year-olds coinciding with the start of many youth sporting events, parents and tournament organizers are faced with decisions, and complicating the issue are state and local jurisdictions’ varying restrictions. Read more»

Pamela Freeman (left) and Liberty 'Libby' Freeman chat after Libby completed all three of her swimming events.

Marana High School's Liberty “Libby” Freeman finished at the top of three events – the 100-meter individual medley, the 50 butterfly and 500 freestyle - and qualified for the junior nationals in Denver this July at the first large-scale in-person national athletic event for the disabled in Phoenix since its cancellation last year due to the pandemic. Read more»