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How Amanda Borden Stays In Olympic Shape In Her 30s

Amanda Borden
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1996 Olympic Gold Medalist and owner of Gold Medal Gymnastics, Amanda Borden, keeps in shape, but it hasn’t always been easy — especially now in her 30s. “I retired from gymnastics when I was about 21, and my body went through a lot of changes,” Borden says. “Through my 30s, I had two kids, and my life… Read More →

GCU Will Host Biggest Night In TNA Wrestling History

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TNA IMPACT WRESTLING announced on the July 5th live broadcast of IMPACT WRESTLING on Spike TV that Phoenix will host the biggest night in TNA wrestling history. The “Bound For Glory” pay-per-view extravaganza will air to a world-wide audience on Sunday, October 14th. Tickets for the event will go on-sale Friday, August 24th. “Bound For… Read More →

Olympic Athletes Train Phoenicians To Become Triathletes


Want to become a triathlete? The Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain has a program for you. From now until May 16, the Sanctuary will be offering a series of three-day training programs that allow people to train with Olympic-caliber athletes. “We can train the well-conditioned athlete or someone who is a beginner and wants to get… Read More →