For the first time, NSGA presented two Personal Best athlete awards in one state visit. The "Las Vegas Double Down" happened because we first selected 60-year-old tennis player and cancer survivor Brenda Talley (left in photo), who is also the director of the Nevada Senior Games. A big reason why she became the games director is tied to her inspirational story. We just had to select Brenda to hono...
BATON ROUGE, LA – Following another successful event, the National Senior Games Association (NSGA) announced today a new partnership with Rockbridge Sports Group to manage the multimedia rights of the NSGA and its flagship competition the National Senior Games. In July, the 2015 National Senior Games presented by Humana was held in Bloomington/Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN, featuring nearly 10,000 50-a...
14 January 2015
HUMANA Hero: Inez Ross, 84, Los Alamos, New Mexico Without a Wagon Inez Ross of Los Alamos, New Mexico is a self-described "wild and crazy 8...
10 December 2014
HUMANA Hero: Harry Carothers, 71, Pinellas Park, Florida Setting His Own Pace Recently, the syndicated Daytime TV morning show, which is bas...
12 November 2014
HUMANA Hero: Susan Adams Loyd, 56, Edina, Minnesota No More Regrets When Susan Adams Loyd competes in senior track events, she proudly sprin...
09 October 2014
HUMANA Hero: Isabelle Daniels Holston, 77, Decatur, Georgia Isabelle's Relay One of our National Senior Games athletes is best known as a me...