LINCOLN CITY, Ore. -- Two grandfathers proved that age is just a number at a body building competition in Lincoln City.
Felton Campbell and Mike Huard are both over 60, but they're still going strong. They took on much younger competitors at the Oregon Ironman Bodybuilding show.
"You never know what age you're going to run against,” said 61-year-old Felton Campbell. “Right now, me and Mike's goal is to beat someone in their 40s, which will happen this year."
"Here's where it works to our advantage,” said 62-year-old Mike Huard. “It's because we're mature. We've been through all the testosterone spurts, we're having fun. It's keeping us really healthy.”
Campbell ended up beating Huard, but they both said their friendship is more important than competition.