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Horseshoes

DATES

TBD



LOCATION

Los Altos Park

10100 Lomas Blvd. NE

Albuquerque, NM  87112

 



EVENTS

Singles, Non-Ambulatory Singles



MISC INFORMATION

2018 Participant List: Participant Lists will be posted shortly after registration has closed.

Pitching Platform: A secure pitching area for athletes will be created for competition

Pit Information:

  • NHPA Approved Boxes will be used for competition
  • Kentucky Blue Clay will be used inside pits for competition


ENTRY REGULATIONS

Competitors must provide their own horseshoes.



QUALIFYING REQUIREMENTS

All first-, second-, third- and fourth-place winners at a 2018 NSGA qualifying games will qualify for the 2019 National Senior Games.



QUALIFYING REQUIREMENTS NON-AMBULATORY

1. All non-ambulatory athletes competing at a 2018 NSGA qualifying games will qualify for the 2019 National Senior Games.
 
2. Athletes who reside in a state that does not offer a non-ambulatory horseshoes event may qualify for horseshoes by meeting the "limited" event qualifying criteria in Rule D.


MEDALS / AWARDS

Awards will be presented for 1st through 8th place for each style within each age division. All medals and ribbons MUST be collected during the Games. The NSGA will not mail MEDALS or RIBBONS after the Games.

Horseshoes

This is a 32-acre city park. It has 12 clay horseshoe courts, playground, 4 lit softball fields, 1 indoor pool, barbecue grills and 11 picnic tables. Parking: 380 spaces.

 


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Athlete of the Month
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