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"Swimming With Piranhas" - November 2015 Athlete of the Month

Humana Hero: Rosemary Sexton, 65 Kingsport, Tennessee For Rosemary Sexton, returning home to Kingsport, Tennessee with two swimming medals from the 2015 National Senior Games presented by Humana “was right up there with my wildest expectations considering the level of competition.” She had only started training a few years ago, but her efforts resulted with a bronze medal in the 200 meter individu...
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The Long Run - October 2015

Association News Anne Warner Cribbs Honored with 2015 Olympic Torch Award We are proud to announce that one of our own has received a high honor from the United States Olympic Committee. On September 25, Anne Warner Cribbs was named the 2015 Olympic Torch Award recipient at the closing awards dinner for the 2015 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Assembly held in Colorado Springs. NSGA's CEO Marc T...
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National Senior Games Association “Doubles Down” in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, October 4, 2015 – The National Senior Games Association (NSGA) honored 60-year-old tennis player and cancer survivor Brenda Talley and 64-year old elite badminton medalist Debbie Lorenzo with its Personal Best Award last night at the Nevada Senior Games Celebration of Athletes dinner held annually during the state competition. NSGA has been presenting the award to a ha...
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"Fun with Fitness" October 2015 Athlete of the Month

HUMANA Hero: Jim Runge, 72, Eldorado, Texas Fun With Fitness We promote Senior Games as an opportunity to find fitness, fun and fellowship. Jim Runge of Eldorado, Texas has been in the business of promoting fun, so it's natural he would want to incorporate his style into his sports. Runge, now 72, provided midway games and novelty acts for parties, corporate events and festivals for many years in ...
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Shuttling Around The World

Shuttling Around The World - Debbie Lorenzo, 64, Las Vegas, Nevada It's only fitting that Debbie Lorenzo found herself settling into Las Vegas two decades ago. The previous years, beginning in her native Singapore, were full of action, surprises and excitement-and not all of it pleasant. She gambled on her life moves, scored on opportunities and overcame all manner of challenges. At every turn, a ...
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Against All Odds

Against All Odds - Brenda Talley, 60, Las Vegas, Nevada What happens when life suddenly deals you one bad hand after another? Do you fold, or do you find a way to play it out? Brenda Talley, who was diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer in 2008 and has undergone more than 40 rounds of chemotherapy, five surgeries and three recurrences, refused to believe each succeeding doctor's dire prognosis an...
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Las Vegas, Nevada

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...
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"Aiming for 100" September 2015 Athlete of the Month

HUMANA Hero: Charlie Edwards, 96, Springfield, Virginia Aiming for 100 It's not everyone who can pick up a sport at the age of 92, overcome a last place finish at his first national event and come back undaunted and capture a gold medal two years later. For Charlie Edwards of Springfield, Virginia, it was just another interesting challenge to conquer. Now 96, Charlie took up archery on a whim, hav...
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The Long Run - September 2015

Association News NSGA Enters Marketing Partnership We are pleased to announce a long-term agreement with Rockbridge Sports Group to manage and provide NSGA with a customized multimedia rights platform that will further extend the NSGA brand on a national level.   "We are excited to partner with Rockbridge Sports Group to build NSGA's portfolio of partners and sponsors. "NSGA looks forward...
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National Senior Games Association Partners with Rockbridge Sports Group for Multimedia Rights Management

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...
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The Long Run - August 2015

Association News Senior Games Pioneers Recognized at Celebration of Athletes NSGA only gives out two service awards, and only bestows them once every two years. In 2015, pioneers of the Senior Games Movement from Maryland and Georgia were given due recognition at the 2015 National Senior Games presented by Humana.    During the 2015 Celebration of Athletes sponsored by AstraZeneca Dia...
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Michigan Senior Athlete Recognized

ROCHESTER, Michigan, August 14, 2015 – The National Senior Games Association (NSGA) honored 67-year-oldracquetball player Sharon Huczek with its Personal Best Award last night at the Michigan Senior Olympics Celebration ofAthletes dinner held at Steiny’s Restaurant and Banquet Hall in Shelby that featured Detroit Tigers Hall of Fame legendWillie Horto ton as keynote speaker. NSGA has been presenti...
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Rochester, Michigan

The list of celebrities and notables who have joined us on our Personal Best tour stops include Olympians, a college football champion quarterback, a Grammy winner, a US Army general, the director of the President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition, and a slew of local and state dignitaries and civic leaders. On this visit, we can add a World Series champion to the list. Detroit Tigers Hal...
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"Nieces and Nets" August 2015 Athlete of the Month

HUMANA Hero: Vickie Campbell, 62, Hillsboro, Missouri Nieces and Nets Volleyball players, like those of any team sport, speak about the way their teams become like family. For Vickie Campbell of Hillsboro, Missouri, this took on a literal meaning when she fulfilled a dream to play in the 2015 National Senior Games presented by Humana with her two nieces. However, the desire to accomplish this was ...
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The Games Daily - July 16, 2015

 2015 Games Photos - 2015 Games in the News - 2015 Games Results   From DQ to Gold: Redemption for Grandma Ceil by Eric Todd   Imagine the scene. It’s the 2013 National Senior Games presented by Humana in Cleveland, Ohio. Twenty-five family members from around the country, all in purple t-shirts, have come out to support you. Your grandchildren are wearing purple t-shirts that read...
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21 June 2017
Press Releases
World, American masters records among new National Senior Games marks set in Birmingham    BATON ROUGE, La. (June 21, 2017) – The...
30 May 2017
Press Releases
More than 10,500 Senior Athletes Will Compete in 19 Sports in Birmingham  BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (May 30, 2017) – Every National Senior Game...
07 May 2017
Athlete of the Month
HUMANA Hero: Dick Lane, 87, Livonia, Michigan  An exciting new development for the 2017 National Senior Games presented by Humana ...
03 April 2017
Press Releases
Site showcases history of premier event; puts 2017 National Senior Games presented by Humana on display BATON ROUGE, La. (April 3, 2017...