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Maine Senior Games
The mission of the Maine Senior Games is to provide athletic events and wellness opportunities to improve the health and fitness of people 45 and over.
For many, the thrill of competing in an athletic event never ends. Thanks to Maine Senior Games, adults over the age of 45 can continue to participate and compete in annual athletic and recreational events. Maine Senior Games is a great opportunity for older adults to have fun and stay fit.
Maine Senior Games hosts annual athletic events for adults over the age of 45 anywhere in the United States and Canada (you must be 45 by the last day of the year you are competing in).
Maine Senior Games is a member of the National Senior Games Association, which hosts athletic competitions every other year. Senior athletes who qualify at the state level have the opportunity to compete at the national level - the largest multi-sport event in the world for older adults.
To qualify you must be 50 years old during the qualifying year (the year prior to the national competition).
Upcoming National Senior Games
Birmingham, AL - June 2-15, 2017
Details to be announced as soon as available. Visit the National Senior Games Association website to learn more.
Registration for 2017 will be open on April 1, 2017. Three ways to register:
• Print Form (PDF)
• Send in form mailed to you
Medals are presented to the top three places and a ribbon for fourth place. Awards will be presented as soon as results are posted and/or announced at each event, or may be picked up at the Maine Senior Games office during the week following the event. No medals or ribbons will be mailed.
Maine Senior Games is so grateful for its many volunteers who help make the games successful. We need volunteers before the events such as mailings, folding t-shirts and filling athlete’s bags. Once the games start we need folks at events to help at the check in table, snack table or helping to run an event. Contact Jo Dill at email@example.com if you are interested in being a volunteer.