The NSG Cup – A New Way for States to Compete

Excellence is forged in the fire of competition. Introduced in 2022, the NSG Cup provides an exciting new way for states to compete against each other.

The NSG Cup is awarded to the state that wins the most medals per athlete at the National Senior Games. This “levels the playing field” for states large and small to compete for recognition and bragging rights at The Games.

2023 NSG Cup

Winner: D.C. Senior Games

The Washington, D.C. Senior Games took home the NSG Cup for the second year in a row in 2023 with 59 athletes earning a total of 56 medals.

2022 NSG Cup presented by Kohler Walk-In Bath

Winner: D.C. Senior Games

The inaugural NSG Cup, presented by Kohler Walk-In Bath in 2022, was awarded to the Washington, D.C. Senior Games. Forty D.C. athletes earned 34 medals (17 Gold) for a medal percentage of 85%. The rest of the top five states included Nevada (80.68%), Washington (77.99%), California (77.14%) and Pennsylvania (73.41%).

DC Senior Games State Coordinator Sorrell E. Greene congratulates swimming coach and athlete Luis Salazar for the 8 gold medals he won at the 2022 National Senior Games presented by Humana.
Eddie and Doris Sullivan, Official Flag Bearers for DC Senior Games, share their pride with the NSG CUP.
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