When it comes to dynamic stories about Senior Games athletes who overcome challenges and find a healthy lifestyle through sport, swimmer Vivian Stancil always comes to mind. Now 75, Vivian was blinded by a congenital disease as a 19-year-old single mother of two, but fought her way out of poverty to become a successful school
Ray Gildea of Madison, Mississippi is an accomplished runner, having completed 176 marathons and Ultra events to date. He has been to nine National Senior Games, beginning with Pittsburgh in 2005. He is also in the Mississippi Senior Olympics Hall of Fame. But there’s one thing he has done that makes us feel out of
Competitors, friends, family and guests are welcome to visit the Aviv Athletes Lounge in Room 220 of the convention center. Enjoy a complimentary bottle of water, snacks, fruit and enjoy a pickleball game with the best view in the house. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. We look forward to seeing you there!
Tradewinds Park in Coconut Creek, Florida, was buzzing with energy for the first day of Women’s 60+ Softball competition for the 2022 National Senior Games by Humana. Teams from across the country loaded the bases in their pursuit of gold. Many of the players aren’t strangers, having competed against each other in numerous tournaments throughout
Florida Feature by Nick Gandy, Florida Senior Games For those unfamiliar with the geography of Florida, it stretches from the south end of the peninsula to the west end of the panhandle. Most don’t realize it’s 5+ hours from the crossroads of Interstates 10 and 75 to Pensacola, which sits a bridge or two from