Chattanooga District Tennessee Senior Olympics
"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing."
The Chattanooga District Senior Olympics will be held in the fall of 2013. The schedule change is due to a change in the Tennessee Senior Olympics dates. All districts are required to change their games to the fall or winter. The 2013 fall district games will be the qualifying games for the 2014 National Senior Olympics.
Senior Olympics is the largest Senior Olympics competition in the state. Over 470 senior athletes compete in the games! The Senior Olympics is an annual athletic competition for adults age 50 and over. Athletes of all skills levels compete within their own age bracket. Join in the fun!
The mission of the Senior Olympics is to promote healthy lifestyles through fitness, sports and active involvement in life. The key to living a long, happy, healthy life is staying fit. The Senior Olympics are an outlet for seniors to have fun while they work toward their fitness goals.
Competition is open to individuals who will be at least 50 years old by December 31 of the competition year and who live in the state of Tennessee. Residents of Alabama or Georgia who live within 30 miles of Chattanooga are also eligible to play.
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Many events have ongoing training opportunities. Contact one of our Advisory Committee Members for more information.