“The Long Run” – NSGA’s Monthly E-Newsletter
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Association News Let’s All do the Step Up Your Game Challenge! How about having a fun and free competition with other senior athletes and friends from around the country? Compete as part of your state team in the National Senior Games Step Up Your Game Challenge! This is a virtual challenge between the State Senior
Association News 2021 Games Logo! The Official Logo for the 2021 National Senior Games presented by Humana has been released! The logo features palm trees beaconing athletes to sunny south Florida. Greater Fort Lauderdale and NSGA continue to lay the groundwork for The Games that will be held in Broward County from November 5–18, 2021.
Association News Amended 2021 Qualification Process Announcement The National Senior Games Association (NSGA) hopes you are doing well and finding ways to stay healthy and strong. Together we are in the midst of uncharted territory as the pandemic has affected all of us in a variety of ways. Every major event and sports organization has
Association News A Message from the CEO We hope that your family, friends, neighbors and community are fine, and know we are thinking of you and wishing you all stay well. Our staff is fine and currently working remotely and adjusting to the change in routine as we continue to conduct the business and planning
Association News Personal Best: “I never want to grow up” Our next Personal Best story of perseverance and inspiration is Oklahoma cyclist Simeon Gipson. Ten years ago he retired, overweight with severe diabetes and thinking his life was over. He fought his way out through lifestyle changes, including bike riding. When his son bought him
Association News Personal Best Features “Comeback Kate” The 2020 class of Personal Best feature athletes grows this month with another inspiring profile of courage, determination and positive action to advance and overcome life challenges and obstacles. That’s what we call a Personal Best lifestyle. Kate Fisken’s story is about her own triumphant return to swimming,
Association News Personal Best Class of 2020 Debuts with “Mr.” Impossible Since 2013, the Personal Best health and wellness initiative has featured senior athletes who exhibit the attitude and habits of healthy aging as they navigate through the obstacles and challenges of life. Many have attracted national media attention, which has helped to raise awareness
Association News Seasons Greetings As we near the end of a memorable and successful year, we extend our sincere holiday greetings to everyone involved in the Senior Games Movement, first and foremost to our amazing athletes and the support from their spouses, partners, family members and friends. Your example that promotes healthy, active aging makes
Giving Tuesday Remember the NSGA on #GivingTuesday #GivingTuesday is held annually on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving and the Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping events. This year, Tuesday, December 3 is the global day of giving that harnesses the collective power of individuals, communities and organizations to encourage philanthropy and to help celebrate generosity worldwide.
Association News Another Honor for NSGA – The Sterling Friendship Award The National Senior Games Association (NSGA) was honored to be presented the 22nd Sterling Friendship Award at a gala event held on September 27 in Chicago. CEO Marc T. Riker was on hand to accept the award from Friendship Senior Options President and CEO