Peter Diamandis’s 7-Year, $101 Million XPRIZE Healthspan

Spearheading the Healthspan Revolution with Key Innovators

Fountain Life co- founder and chairman, Peter Diamandis, has launched a monumental initiative: the 7-year, $101 million XPRIZE Healthspan. This global competition, a beacon in our healthspan revolution, is an assembly of visionary minds, including Dr. Andrea Maier and George Church, committed to extending and enhancing life quality.

This era marks a significant stride in healthcare, with experts like Dr. Andrea Maier, Director of the Centre for Healthy Longevity at the National University of Singapore, and George Church, professor at Harvard University, planning to compete in the XPRIZE Healthspan. Their participation underscores the potential of this competition to catalyze decades-long extensions in human healthspan, leveraging cutting-edge technologies like AI and genomics.

The XPRIZE Healthspan aligns with our core mission, incentivizing breakthroughs that go beyond treating age-related diseases. It’s not just about longevity; it’s about enriching life’s later years. The challenge is bolstered by significant investment from visionaries like Chip Wilson, founder of Lululemon. Wilson, diagnosed with a rare form of muscular dystrophy and founder of SOLVE FSHD, contributes an additional $10 million for solutions targeting his specific condition, underscoring the personal and global impact of this endeavor.

This competition represents a paradigm shift in healthcare, moving from reactive to proactive approaches. It’s a catalyst for global change, aligning with our company’s mission of maximizing longevity and healthspan. The success of the XPRIZE Healthspan will set new benchmarks in healthy aging, potentially transforming both quality of life and healthcare economics worldwide.

As we navigate this healthspan revolution, the XPRIZE Healthspan, championed by Peter Diamandis, stands as a symbol of our shared vision and commitment. We invite you to learn more about this 7-year, $101 million competition, its contributors like Chip Wilson, and competitors like Dr. Maier and George Church on