7. Randy Johnson, Baseball
The “Big Unit” established himself as a Hall of Fame pitcher before turning 40, but he didn’t slow down once he hit that age. Johnson pitched a perfect game and led the National League with nearly 300 strikeouts in the season when he was 40—and he went on to pitch in the major leagues until he was 46. The lanky southpaw finished with a winning record in each of his last six seasons in the MLB after hitting the big 4-0.
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