I imagine everyone has heard of Captain Tom Moore by now.
The then 99-year-old army veteran wanted to raise £1000 for NHS Charities to help fight coronavirus by completing 100 laps of his garden on his walker before the end of April when he turned 100 (10 laps of the 25m garden a day).
His fundraising effort currently sits just shy of £32,800,000.
The world got behind him and on his birthday he had the BBC there to film him make that 100th lap. He completed the lap with a guard of honour.
For his birthday he was honoured with a helicopter fly-over and an appointment to honorary colonel. The Royal Mail service also stamped all mail during his birthday week with a special postmark.
Apart from being an incredible human being, Tom has shown us it is never too late to achieve anything.