Charlotte Sanddal, 100, Helena, Montana When she first jumped into a pool to learn to swim at the age of 72, Charlotte Sanddal was only thinking about finding a way to stay healthy and active. Then when she began competing in the Montana Senior Olympics in 1994, she earned her first medal and was hooked
2023 Registration Begins November 1 It’s already here – Registration will begin Tuesday, November 1 for the 2023 National Senior Games presented by Humana! NSGA will begin to send qualification notices to athletes this month. Once registration begins, Qualified Athletes may register for all sports except Pickleball, which will begin January 16. Pickleball reached maximum
Doug Dvorak, 62, Donelly, Idaho Doug Dvorak loves playing pickleball, and his passion for the game comes from a series of life challenges he says he overcame by taking up the popular sport. Speaking from a hotel room in Philadelphia, Doug demonstrates his obsession. “Guess what I have with me?” he asks. “My pickleball paddle! I
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 19, 2022 CLEARWATER, FL- The National Senior Games Association (NSGA) announced today the resignation of President and CEO Marc T. Riker, who has served in the position since 2012. “The NSGA Board of Directors has accepted the resignation of our Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately,” Board Chair Jack Shinnock said.
September Brings Falls Prevention Awareness Each year NSGA partners with the National Council on Aging to promote Falls Prevention Awareness Week. Falls are the leading cause of major injury and death in older adults, but most falls are preventable. It also takes a team effort to help reduce risks, including family, neighbors, medical and emergency