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Dates Announced for 2023 National Senior Games in Pittsburgh

The National Senior Games Association’s 2023 National Senior Games presented by Humana, scheduled for Pittsburgh, will be held July 7–18 as the multi-sport championship event for adults 50 and older will be held in the City of Champions for the first time since 2005. The 2023 Games logo was released on Thursday, highlighting the city’s […]

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National Senior Games to Broadcast Title IX Program

As the 50th anniversary of the passage of the landmark Title IX legislation that opened up opportunities for women in sports approaches, the National Senior Games will offer a livestreamed program featuring several athletes talking about their experience in the years before its passage. “Before Title IX: Tales from Senior Athletes” will be presented by […]

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National Senior Games Drops Qualification Requirement

For the first time, the National Senior Games Association will allow athletes over 50 years old to enter to compete in the National Senior Games without having to qualify from other competitions. The move was made following the cancellation or postponement of a significant portion of qualifying events because of the pandemic in advance of […]

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National Senior Games Rescheduled for 2022

The 2021 National Senior Games presented by Humana will be rescheduled to May 2022 out of what organizers described as “an abundance of cation” from disruptions caused by the pandemic. The event, which had been scheduled for November 5–18 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, will now be staged May 10–23, 2022. The decision was made after […]

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SportsTravel Road Trip Provides Education for NGBs

The seventh annual SportsTravel Road Trip in Colorado Springs, Colorado, brought together executives of national governing bodies for a morning of education and a tour of the soon-to-open U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum. The event, held March 11–12 and sponsored by the Louisville Sports Commission and Louisville Tourism, was staged at the National Strength and […]

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