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Class of 2015 Personal Best Athletes

There’s an additional definition of “personal best” that senior athletes exemplify, and that anyone can achieve. It’s not about a peak moment in time or distance in sports; it’s about overcoming challenges and obstacles, staying motivated throughout your life, and inspiring others by your example. This results in greater longevity and a healthy, active lifestyle – and that is your Personal Best!

 

 

 

 

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Class of 2015 Personal Best Athletes

John C. Taylor, 94
Michael Adsit, 65
Alexandra Stafford, 54
Brenda Talley, 60
Donna Gonzales, 72
Debbie Lorenzo, 64
Ryan Beighley, 90

 

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Classic News Read

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Of Mentors, Mountains and Marathons

Version : March 12, 2015 
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The Power of Love

Version : March 12, 2015 
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A Different Kind of Fish Story

Version : March 12, 2015 
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Cycling Away From Cancer

Version : March 12, 2015 
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Walk like a Mississippian

Version : April 18, 2015 
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The Family that Plays Together

Version : May 14, 2015 
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Rallying Through Life's Kill Shots

Version : April 13, 2015 
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Against All Odds

Version : October 4, 2015 
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Shuttling Around the World

Version : October 4, 2015 
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Wait to Worry

Version : December 5, 2015 

14 June 2018
News and Events
On June 13, Albuquerque celebrated it upcoming hosting of the 2019 National Senior Games presented by Humana with a One Year Out Celebration...
05 June 2018
Athlete of the Month
Brad Winter, 66, Albuquerque, New Mexico When Brad Winter was a kid, he and his friends liked to use a broomstick to jump up on walls. “My f...
01 June 2018
News and Events
Press Releases
Clearwater, FL - In 2017, The National Senior Games proudly celebrated its 30th Anniversary. As the largest multisport event in the world fo...
09 May 2018
Athlete of the Month
Peggy Birkenbuel, 79, Fairbanks, Alaska When athletes travel to the National Senior Games, they usually fly if the drive is more than a day ...