Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


58-year-old grandma makes Team USA

via Flo Track

Michelle Rohl, at 58 years old and a grandmother, qualified for the Paris Olympics in racewalking after finishing third in a recent 12.4-mile race during the Olympic trials.

Rohl, a former Olympian who competed in 1992, 1996, and 2000, retired to homeschool her kids but returned to competitive walking.

“I’ve never known anyone who is as mentally tough as her,” Rohl’s husband stated. “She likes to run, she likes to compete, and it’s a lifestyle for both of us. It makes her happy, and I’m just happy to be along for the ride.”

Despite being a grandmother, she remains dedicated, training daily and maintaining a disciplined regimen.

Her achievement reflects her mental toughness and love for running, supported by her husband.

You May Also Like


In the case of New York v. Trump, the jury found former President Trump guilty of 34 counts of falsifying business records. Manhattan District...


A conservative legal group is suing the Department of Justice to force release of records relating to allegations of improper coordination between the Biden...

U.S. News

The Biden administration issued a new rule expanding access to subsidized health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act to an estimated 100,000 young...


More than 45 lawmakers and officials privately expressed concerns to the Wall Street Journal about declines in President Biden’s mental acuity since taking office....