Guys, guess what: you, bloated drunken you reading this right now can be an Olympian! Even though you're probably out of shape and definitely old, at least by Olympics standards. Luckily, not all sports require you practicing every day from the age of four; some you can pick up later in life and still become the best in the world. Here are some of those sports, and some of the late-bloomers who made it happen.
Yup, you could be Katniss Everdeen as long as you get off the couch once in a while. Most archery medalists are young—it requires way more strength than you'd expect—but actress Geena Davis nearly qualified for the 2000 Sydney Olympics despite only taking up archery about two years prior, at the age of 44.
American Meghan O'Leary, who is competing in Rio as a rower this year, is one of a few Olympian rowers who started as an adult. In fact, the 32-year-old didn't start rowing until 2010, at which point she was working a normal adult job at ESPN.