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Senior Games Blogs

Welcome to our Senior Games Blogs. Here you will find links to blogs on a variety of topics by National Senior Games Athletes, partners and friends of NSGA, as well as a few interesting and informative blog links we found worth sharing. Please note that the opinions expressed on these blog pages do not necessisarily reflect those of NSGA and do not represent an endorsement of any products or services that may be mentioned within the content of these pages.

 

Senior Games Athlete Blogs

Click on each of our athlete BLOGS below. Come back for updates on their blogs.

Horseshoes My Way
Bob Rasmussen
Up and Running
Kathleen Sueoka
Panda Defiance
Dave Kirgan
Senior Olympian Sprinter
Jack Allen
BLOG
Still a Runner
Mary Lou Harris
BLOG
 
Triathlon Grandma
Sue Reynolds 
BLOG
Masters TTRacer
James DeGoey
 
+70 Runner
Robert O'Rourke
Gulf Coast Sprinters
Gwen & John Impson
BLOG
 
 

Other Blogs of Interest

President's Council
on Fitness,
Sports and Nutrition

BLOG
WebMD
Health Blogs A-Z
MasterTrack Ken Stone 
BLOG 
Cooper Institute -
TodayIWill
Huffington Post Senior Athletes The Senior
Health
and Fitness
AARP
Older Athletes
Geezer Guff -
Senior Humor

 

Calling All Bloggers!

Do you have a blog sharing your experiences as a senior athlete? Do you offer helpful information about nutrition, training or other health and wellness topics online? We'd like to hear from you! Please fill out the form below and we will consider sharing the link in the Health and Wellness section of our website with others of its kind. To be clear, your blog must be dedicated to sharing useful information or interesting experiences. We cannot share any content intended to regularly promote a specific product or program for profit. By submitting a story you are also agreeing to the following Grant of Rights.

GRANT OF RIGHTS:

I further grant the NSGA, their sponsors and marketing partners, as well as the media and others to whom the NSGA grant such rights, the right to photograph, videotape and/or otherwise record me and my performance and further to use my name, face, likeness, voice, appearance, and personal data for any purpose including, but not limited to, exhibitions, publicity, advertising and promotional materials without reservation, limitation or compensation. Said parties are, however, under no obligation to exercise the rights set forth in this paragraph.

01 April 2017
Athlete of the Month
HUMANA Hero: Julia Hawkins, 101, Baton Rouge, Louisiana As we often say, it’s never too late to get into The Games. It’s also never too...
19 March 2017
Personal Best Featured Athletes
Lee Stadem, 89, Sioux Falls, South Dakota You might say Leroy “Lee” Stadem has a reverence for sports and fitness. He believes that keepin...
19 March 2017
Personal Best Featured Athletes
Hazel Hassen Bey, 93, Montclair, New Jersey In sports, sometimes the story is about amazing feats of skill and glory. Other times, it is ab...
16 March 2017
News and Events
National Senior Games CEO Marc Riker visited Birmingham this week to prepare for the 2017 National Senior Games presented by Humana! He team...