The National Senior Games are set to take place in Fort Lauderdale, FL from May 10th – 23rd.
The National Games, a 19-sport, biennial competition for men and women 50 and over, is the largest multi-sport championships in the world for seniors.
From the NSGA website:
It’s always a good time to be in Greater Fort Lauderdale. And the reasons are as abundant as the sun and palm trees. There are more than 300 sunshine-y days a year in this South Florida destination, which gives visitors and locals plenty of opportunity to enjoy nature, boating, diverse neighborhoods, events, attractions, and unique only-here specialness that helps define Greater Fort Lauderdale.
It’s easy to spend a day at the beach, with soft sands, beachfront promenades as well as beachfront shopping and dining. With comfortable year-round temperatures, the Atlantic Ocean is always inviting to SCUBA divers, snorkelers, stand-up paddleboarders, Jet-Skiers, as well as families.
There are also thrills back on land, but it’s not necessarily “dry.” You can get a taste of the craft breweries along the Greater Fort Lauderdale Ale Trail. Enjoy the impressive “wine and dine” scene — a mix of worldly flavors, local favorites and chef-centric genius. The destination also boasts luxury hotels, museums, nightlife, shopping, casinos and family-friendly fun from the Everglades to the arts scene.
NSGA Member Organizations hold annual games with qualifying competitions in the year preceding The Games. Athletes that meet specific criteria while participating in the State Senior Games qualify to participate. To date, the NSGA has held 17 summer national championships.
Jim Strawn from Jim Strawn & Company is honored to be a part of the marketing committee promoting the national senior games.