The 3rd Annual Zoomer List: Canada’s Top 45 Over 45: Earl Fee

Earl Fee, 83, Runner, Hurdler

So far, he has set 55 world masters records and still runs 200-metre hurdles and 200-metre, 400-metre and 800-metre races where he regularly competes against a field of eight to 12. (Masters athletes compete by age in five-year age groups, beginning at 35-39.) Hailed as The Great Earl on the track, he’s confident he’ll add more records when he reaches the 85-90-age category. “I think my real age is 10 years younger than my actual age, which helps me when I line up for the race,” he observes. This past year, Fee released 100 Years Young the Natural Way: Body, Mind and Spirit Training, a book promoting longevity. “I have a chapter on Tantric sex and it’s the first chapter people turn to.”