Senior Games

Author:

Stephanie McMillinBox Office & Events SpecialistYuma Civic Center

Summary:

Connect with old or new friends, compete in any of over 30 different events and have a great time when you join us for the Annual Senior Games! Family, friends and the general public are always welcome to attend the events and it's FREE to spectate.

Last Updated:

2/27/2014

This Year's Games Began on January 15, 2014 and Ran Through February 27, 2014.

Family, friends and the general public are invited to attend all events. As always, it is FREE to spectate and cheer on your favorite participants

Volleyball players at the Senior Games

Hundreds of active seniors participate in the over 30 scheduled events that encourage people over 50 years of age to continue fitness opportunities and to compete and interact with their peers. The Senior Games will commence with a colorful opening ceremony and a pledge to the spirit of competition and friendship in which the games are based.

Senior Olympics Pledge - "As a Senior Olympian, I pledge myself to the spirit of the Olympics: the spirit of achievement, that I may reach my goals; the spirit of competition that I may win or lose with pride and honor; the spirit of friendship, that I may be a true friend to those around me."

Pairs tennis at the Yuma Senior Games.Running for the gold at the Yuma Senior Games.

Tell Me More

Those looking for physical competition or mental challenge can find both in the Yuma Senior Games. Opportunities to exercise your mind and body include but are not limited to pinochle, dart throwing, euchre, tennis, dominoes, bocce, the bean bag toss, basketball shooting contests and golf.

Cover of the Senior Games brochure.Senior Games Brochure
For complete information on everything related to the Yuma Senior Games including registration, venues, divisions, contact information and fees, view the Senior Games brochure. We also have an easy-to-print complete calendar listing of all competitions and activities.

For More Information

If you have questions or would like more information, please contact the Yuma Parks and Recreation Office.


Senior Games Results

Results for LAST Year's 30th Annual Senior Games

Senior Games 2009 - Volleyball Award Winners Senior Games 2009 - Tennis

Past Year's Senior Games Results

Results for the 29th Annual Senior Games.

  • Senior Games Results Week 1: Bocce (Doubles), Dominoes, Euchre, Golf (Par 3) and the Novelty Events (Bowling Pin Throw, Nail Driving & Water Balloon Toss)!
  • Senior Games Results Week 2: Basketball Shooting Contests, Dart Throwing, Softball Contests, Tennis (Doubles) and Volleyball (4 on 4)
  • Senior Games Results Week 3: Cribbage, Golf, Horseshoes (Singles), Pool Shooting (Men's & Women's), Tennis (Mixed Doubles), and Track & Field Events
  • Senior Games Results Week 4: Pinochle, Bowling, Pool Shooting (Doubles Men's & Doubles Women's) and Wahshoes
  • Senior Games Results Week 5: Fitness Walks, Football Contests, Miniature Golf (Men & Women), Pickle Ball (Doubles Men's & Doubles Mixed), Pool Shooting (Doubles Mixed), Table Tennis (Singles) and Volleyball (6 on 6)

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