Lynn Roman, 52 Baden, Pennsylvania Lynn Roman stood smiling on the beach in Key Biscayne as dawn was breaking on the 2022 National Senior Games triathlon competition. We had to ask what was on her mind. “This is my first time to National Senior Games. I didn’t even know they existed a year ago!” Having
Spirits were high for National Senior Games triathletes at Crandon Park in Key Biscayne on a muggy but gorgeous Sunday morning that promised to challenge the pack. It was a local, 55-year-old Fabio Delgado of Miami, who streaked across the finish line in just over an hour. His best-overall time of 01:02:55.05 also placed Fabio
Athletes competing in Pickleball at this year’s National Senior Games have a legend in their midst, 91-year-old Joyce Jones, to thank for the tournament’s existence. As we shared in Joyce’s 2021 Personal Best Feature, she organized a multi-year effort to get Pickleball added to the National Senior Games officially in 2012. 10 years later, 1,500+
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!
Emotions were high as athletes and supporters gathered for the 2022 Flame Arrival Ceremony sponsored by Aviv Clinics to formally kick off The Games and “A Reunion For the Ages.” With 2022 being the 50th anniversary of Title IX, which made organized sports accessible to women and girls, NSGA wanted to recognize the many females
The 2022 National Senior Games presented by Humana started at a walking pace yesterday, but it’s not just any kind of walking that makes for a competitive sport. Traditional race walkers heard the first gun for 1500-meter competition at the Ansin Sports Complex in Miramar, followed by a wave of athletes competing in the new
Pandemic disruptions create unique opportunity for all to participate Clearwater, FLA. (November 9, 2021) – The National Senior Games Association announces, for the first time ever, that they will allow athletes over 50 years old to enter to compete in the National Senior Games without requiring qualification. The 2022 National Senior Games presented by Humana
Joe Moyer, 72, Columbus, Ohio When Joe Moyer looked forward to his fourth straight trip to the National Senior Games, all he was thinking about was getting in shape to make a good time in the Triathlon event in Albuquerque. One year later, he would marvel that he even made it to New Mexico at