The 99-year-old cyclist who has won a world silver medal
Featured in BBC News, 22 November 2021
Kenneth Judd may be 99-years-old, but he is a cycling tour de force.
The almost centenarian last month gained a silver medal in a global cycling competition that had more than 5,000 entrants.
To win second place Mr Judd pedalled 2,348 miles (3,779 km) over 26 days. That’s an average of more than 90 miles per 24 hours, a distance that many of us of a younger age couldn’t cycle in one day, let alone for another 25 in a row.
En sykkeltur med store ambisjoner
Publisert av Norwegian Smart Care Cluster, august 2021
Kristi Magrete Sondresen värmer upp till cykel-VM för äldre med en rejäl uppvärmningsresa, men hon är inte så bekymrad över placeringen. Den här damen har högre mål, nämligen att kasta rollatorn och besöka sitt barnbarn i Trondheim. Då behövs styrketräning.
Out of retirement: the care home seniors chasing global cycling glory
Featured in The Guardian, World. 2nd October 2020
Using static bikes and videos, residents compete for medals and are able to ‘travel’ to places old and new without leaving their chair.
Joy Small and Cathrine Myhr have never met, live in care homes 1,000 miles apart – but are challenging each other in a gripping sporting stand-off.