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Athlete of the Month
Each month, NSGA selects an interesting athlete to highlight from the vast diversity of people who participate in National Senior Games. These stories demonstrate the spirit of The Games and the benefits of fitness, fun and fellowship that athletes enjoy through their competitive efforts. Everyone has a story to share -... what's yours?
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"Persistance, Thy Name is Rick Muth" February 2013 Athlete of the Month

"Persistance, Thy Name is Rick Muth" February 2013 Athlete of the Month
HUMANA Hero: Rick Muth, 63, Orange County, California Persistance, Thy Name is Rick Muth Rick Muth of Orange County, California is a runner. Boy, is he a runner. Muth, 63, missed the California Senior Games but was determined to qualify for the National Senior Games. He had business in Charlotte, NC so he figured he would take a tree hopper to Charleston, WV where the West Virginia games were taki...
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16 March 2016
Athlete of the Month
HUMANA Hero: Harold Vealey, 77, Charleston, West Virginia Most Interesting When the West Virginia Generals men’s 75-79 basketball team won a...
15 March 2016
Personal Best Featured Athletes
A Legacy Honored - Tom McAdam, 60, Greenwood Village, Colorado Whether it’s a lifelong athlete, or a person getting involved in Senior Games...
15 March 2016
Personal Best Featured Athletes
The Great Awakening - Cheryl Cherry, 67, Clermont, Florida T o watch Cheryl Cherry cycle in competition, one would not believe she only took...
15 March 2016
Personal Best Featured Athletes
Sportingly Yours - Don Hoeppner, 85, Whitewater, Wisconsin Will Rogers famously said “I never met a man I didn’t like.” In the case of Don H...