6 March 2020
We have unfortunately made the tough decision to cancel the 2020 North Dakota Senior Game due to COVID-19. We will miss seeing you this year but are looking forward to the 2021 Games! Stay tuned for more information on the 2021 games.
For those looking to still qualify for the 2021 National Games please click here on how you can do that!
Please Contact Stephanie D'Amrbrosio with any questions or concerns.
2020 Senior Games Cancelled
When it comes to traveling the world, there is no better person to talk to than Ron Snipe- A 73-year-old Vietnam Combat Veteran residing in Port Angeles, WA, with geography degrees from the University of Utah and Utah State who has traveled to nearly 200 countries. However, traveling the world and chatting about geography are not the only things Snipe is very well in tune with. The National Senior Games is just another area of expertise in his arsenal of knowledge, which he is bringing with him to the 2017 North Dakota Senior Games in August.
Originally known as the National Senior Olympics Organization (NSOO), the National Senior Games began back in 1985 by a group if seven men and woman from St. Louis, MO. The group formed the games with the vision of promoting "heathy lifestyles for adults through education fitness and sport."