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Athlete Check-In

 

Location: TBD

 

You will need to bring the following items to the on-site Athlete Check in:

  • Proof of Age
    • Acceptable Proof of Age is Government issued photo ID, e.g. Driver's License, Passport.

Hours:  TBD 

All participants are REQUIRED to check-in and pick up their Athlete Credential at Athlete Check-In prior to competition (or practice, if you plan on practicing).  Participants in ALL sports must check-in; no exceptions will be made, even if your event is not being held in the Convention Center. Coaches, spouses, partners or friends may NOT check-in for another athlete. 

Athletes will receive athlete credentials, commemorative programs and athlete bags during Athlete Check-In. After the ATHLETE CREDENTIAL has been picked up, you are officially checked-in and can continue with your quest to be named a 2021 National Senior Games Champion.

Athletes are required to carry their credential at all times and may not be allowed to compete without it. If you lose your credential, you must report it at the Athlete Check-in area in the Village to obtain a new one. The charge for a replacement Athlete Credential is $10.

Guests/Spectators - All competition is free of charge for guests and spectators.  Guests/spectators do not need to check-in.

 

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