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How to grow old like an athlete

People take part in a sunrise yoga class on the helicopter landing pad on the roof of the Grand Sahid Jaya hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia September 25, 2016.

Ageing is not a fixed process - we can change its trajectory Image: REUTERS/Darren Whiteside

James Hewitt
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