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"The Long Run" - NSGA's Monthly E-Newsletter

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The Long Run - February 2015

The Long Run - February 2015
Association News NSGA Annual Conference Busy, Fun andProductive NSGA members recently converged on the Sandia Resort and Casino in Albuquerque, New Mexico for the 2015 Annual Conference. The destination was fabulous and our hosts (New Mexico Senior Olympics and the New Mexico Aging and Long Term Services Department) were very gracious. What could be better than a mariachi band to set the tone for ...
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The Long Run - January 2015

The Long Run - January 2015
Association News NSGA Welcomes Wilson Game Ball Sponsorship    NSGA is pleased to announce that Wilson Sporting Goods will be a new sponsor for the 2015 National Senior Games Presented by Humana. Wilson will be the Official Game Ball for baseball, basketball, racquetball, softball and tennis for The Games in Minnesota. Chicago-based Wilson Sporting Goods Co., a division of Amer Sports, i...
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The Long Run - December 2014

The Long Run - December 2014
  Association News 2013 Games Earns SportsTravel Top EventAward  We are proud to report that the 2013 National Senior Games Presented by Humana was voted best multi-sport event of the year in the prestigious SportsTravel Awards. NSGA CEO Marc T. Riker (center, rear) was on hand with other category winners at the awards luncheon at the 2014 TEAMS conference in Las Vegas. Press Release her...
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The Long Run - November 2014

The Long Run - November 2014
Game On! 2015 Registration Begins Roll Out by State The online registration process for the 2015 National Senior Games presented by Humana begins November 19! As of this date, email notifications and postcards are in the process of going out to athletes who qualified in the following states: AK, CA (Pasadena), IN, ME, MI, MS, MT, NE, OR, SC, TX, WV, WY.  For those athletes who qualified in th...
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The Long Run - October 2014

The Long Run - October 2014
Association News NSGA Prominently Featured in 2014 President's Council Annual Meeting   The Senior Games Movement received significant attention at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition, held last month in Washington, DC. The four hour gathering, streamed online and facilitated by PCFSN Co-Chair and Olympic gymnastics legend Dominique Da...
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The Long Run - September 2014

The Long Run - September 2014
Association News Personal Best Tour Visits New Mexico and New Jersey  If you follow the "National Senior Games" page on Facebook, this photo of 94 year old cyclist Larry Johnson standing on his head is familiar. Johnson astounded nearly 1,200 attendees to the New Mexico Conference on Aging opening plenary session by showing what is possible if you take care of yourself and exercise. View the ...
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The Long Run - August 2014

The Long Run - August 2014
Association News VOTE and SHARE - 2013 Games Up For  B est Amateur Multisport Event Award The 2013 National Senior Games Presented by Humana is nominated for "Best Multi-Sport or Multi-Discipline Event" in the 2014 SportsTravel Awards poll hosted by prestigious SportsTravel  Magazine. The SportsTravel Awards recognize excellence in the organization and management of sporting ev...
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The Long Run - July 2014

The Long Run - July 2014
Association News Show Me State Hosts NSGA Personal Best Tour The NSGA Personal Best Tour traveled to Columbia, MO on June 20 to help celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Missouri State Senior Games and to spotlight 65-year old Jane Kaiser of St. Louis. Kaiser keeps busy as a clinical nurse and speaker, and has won many medals and ribbons in senior competitions. She has enjoyed lifelong good healt...
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The Long Run - June 2014

The Long Run - June 2014
Association News NSGA Personal Best Tour Goes Coast to Coast    Portland, Maine - Jerry LeVasseur On May 31, Maine Senior Games held a kickoff luncheon where we recognized 76 year old Jerry LeVasseur with a Personal Best Award. While we recounted his harrowing experience surviving life threatening burns from a famed circus tent fire that claimed 168 lives 70 years ago, and talked about&n...
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The Long Run - May 2014

The Long Run - May 2014
Celebrate Older Americans Month 2014 Association News New NSGA Spotlight Video Debuts Visitors to NSGA.com can now view a brief "spotlight video" that explains NSGA's health and wellness mission and promotes the unique status of the National Senior Games as the largest multi-sport event for people 50+ in the world. The video was made possible with cooperation of our Presenting Sponsor Humana,...
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The Long Run - April 2014

The Long Run - April 2014
Association News NSGA Annual Conference Discovers "Minnesota Nice" More than 90 people dedicated to the Senior Games Movement converged on Minnesota for the NSGA Annual Conference to meet, interact and learn through meetings and workshops designed to help with common topics shared by state games organizers. This year was also an opportunity for states to meet local host organizers for the 2015 Nat...
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The Long Run - March 2014

The Long Run - March 2014
Association News Personal Best: Four New Athlete Profiles Debut  The 2014 Personal Best campaign has begun with an updated webpage at NSGA.com displaying four new inspiring and entertaining senior athlete profiles designed to motivate all adults 50+ to pursue active healthy lifestyles. We hope you will enjoy getting to know Ethel Lehmann, Dr. Granville Coggs (pictured here), Karen Newman and ...
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The Long Run - February 2014

The Long Run - February 2014
  Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, Medals are Gold,  And your hearts are too!   Happy Valentine's Day from NSGA to ALL of our amazing athletes, members and volunteers! Association News Unique Campaign With Post Shredded Wheat - Vote Now!  On January 22nd, Ralph "The Karate Kid" Macchio played table tennis with the hosts of the Fox & Friends national morning show and announc...
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The Long Run - January 2014

The Long Run - January 2014
Association News Becky Sewell Joins NSGA Staff   We are pleased to announce that Becky Sewell has joined NSGA as Director of Athlete and Partner Relations. Sewell is no stranger to the Senior Games Movement, having served as Director of the Kansas Senior Olympics since 2000.  She has also distinguished herself on the NSGA Board of Directors serving as West Regional Coordinator, Nati...
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The Long Run - December 2013

The Long Run - December 2013
Association News End of the Year Message from NSGA CEO Marc T. Riker The National Senior Games Association (NSGA) reflects back upon a memorable year. We again thank everyone involved who helped make the 2013 National Senior Games presented by Humana in Cleveland a success; the athletes, coaches, volunteers, officials, staff, media, sponsors, and financial contributors. Each of you were a vital pa...
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Sports tourism industry recognizes excellence in event’s 30 th anniversary year BATON ROUGE, La. (November 28, 2017) -The 2017 National Seni...
09 November 2017
Athlete of the Month
Alice Carroll, 85, Syracuse, New York In a way, Alice Carroll wishes she was one year older. The 85-year-old retired nurse from Syracuse, Ne...
07 November 2017
News and Events
Voted by industry as best of its kind for the fourth time in awards history NSGA is excited to announce that the 2017 National Senior Games ...
03 October 2017
Athlete of the Month
HUMANA Hero: John White, 66, Milwaukee, Wisconsin John White takes his sports seriously, make no mistake about it. But we’ve noticed that ev...