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They were the abs that had the na­tion talking. Once famed for his golf­ing prow­ess, it was his ul­tra-buff physique that cat­a­pulted Greg Nor­man into the head­lines when a photo re­cently sur­faced of him tak­ing a dip, sans clothes, in a lake in Colorado. With abs that would put many a twen­tysome­thing to shame – and a fit­ness reg­i­men that has no doubt seen many a thirty/ forty/fiftysome­thing sud­denly clam­our­ing to sign up for a gym mem­ber­ship – the 62-year-old golf­ing leg­end is proof that age is no longer the bar­rier it once was. It’s this phi­los­o­phy that has in­spired The Time­less Is­sue, wherein you will en­counter var­i­ous peo­ple over the fol­low­ing pages who em­body, in their own unique way, a pos­i­tive and de­fi­ant ap­proach to grow­ing older. As this week’s cover star So­nia Kruger, 51, tells Stel­lar, the tired old rules no longer ap­ply. Whereas once the only re­course for a woman was to lie about her age if she still wanted to be seen as rel­e­vant, The Time­less Is­sue is tes­ta­ment to the fact that some things do in­deed only get bet­ter with age.

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