The first of two weekends of competition with the Rocky Mountain State Games are set to start in Colorado Springs Friday.
The games feature more than 40 different sports of all varieties for all age groups and abilities across the city on July 21-23 and July 28-30. Click Here for more of the story...
BATON ROUGE, La. (June 21, 2017) – The 30th anniversary gathering of the National Senior Games made its own history, with athletes producing at least four new world records and eight American Masters track records among the 142 new entries into The Games’ record books.
Hollyce Kirkland, 98, of Sevierville, Tennessee, ran for world record times in the women’s 95-99 400- and 800-meter races at 4:29:64 and 9:30:46 respectively...Click Here for the entire article.
The Rocky Mountain State Games is excited to announce its partnership with the Rocky Mountain Senior Games to co-host 10 Senior Games sports in conjunction with State Games competitions and grow participation in senior and master divisions for athletes ages 50+ years old.
In addition to the senior divisions already offered in the Rocky Mountain State Games, the 2017 lineup for seniors offers competition in:
Indoor VolleyballTrack & Field
For specific competition rules & format for each sport listed above and to register, view each sport profile linked above. Posted rules & regulations apply. To register for any other senior games event, please visit www.rockymountainseniorgames.com.
The 2017 event will serve as a transition year for the Senior Games, with the 2018 Rocky Mountain State Games competition serving as the qualifying year for the 2019 National Senior Games in Albuquerque, New Mexico. To learn more about the Rocky Mountain Senior Games, visit www.rockymountainseniorgames.com.
2017 NSGA Annual Conference Highlights: Gathering of member games’ organizers produces positive energy
DALLAS, Texas- By all accounts, attendees to the 2017 National Senior Games Association (NSGA) Annual Conference found a wealth of useful information, spirited networking opportunities, and renewed energy at the gathering of Senior Games organizers and partners at the mid-country meetings held from January 25-28.
Conference sessions featured technical assistance related to games planning and operations, but also to health and wellness topics that serve NSGA’s core mission to promote active lifestyles to all people 50 and over. Presenters included vendors, NSGA staff and invited special guests.
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The Greeley Culture, Parks and Recreation Department is teaming up with the Colorado Senior Sports Development Council (CSSDC) to give Colorado athletes an opportunity to compete in the 2014 Rocky Mountain Senior Games starting on June 4, 2014 at the Greeley Senior Center.
For five days, hundreds of athletes spanning not only Colorado, but the entire United States put their training to the test by competing in an array of events including road races, track and field, swimming, cycling, volleyball and dozens more. For many Colorado athletes, RMSG marks more than a mere competition, but instead, a tradition spanning decades of hard work, accomplishments, memories and friendships. One of these athletes is 79-year-old RMSG veteran, Vern Spencer.
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