Huntsman World Senior Games Wins National Award
The Huntsman World Senior Games was awarded the Excellence in Games Promotion Media Award by the National Senior Games Association. The award was presented in a ceremony ...
The Huntsman World Senior Games continued its partnership with China with a group of student volunteers helping at the Games once again this year. The relationship began in 2010 when the Games embarked on its first ever Friendship Tour. The Games, organized and travelled with three volleyball teams comprised of ...
When the last volleyball hit the court, the 2015 Huntsman World Senior Games came to a close on Oct. 17. The Games offered 28 different sports to more than 10,500 athletes from all 50 of the United States and from 19 ...
Friday's competition is in the books and Bowling and Pickleball are complete.
Saturday will see the end of the following sports:
Basketball 5-on-5 - Men
Two years ago, women's Team Germany left St. George and the Global Cup - World Senior Volleyball Championships with the bitter taste of defeat as they went down to Canada in the final match. That feeling was remedied this year as Germany, after two long years of hard work and ...
Wednesday's competition ended with a continuation of great plays and warm weather. In the Global Cup, pool play ended and the stage is set for the medal matches. Thursday morning at 10:00 AM will see Canada and USA playing for the Bronze on court 1 in the Dixie Center. The ...
Tuesday, October 13, ended strong with an outstanding concert by THE British Invasion Tribute. The band covered the greatest songs form the biggest bands on the 1960s including but not limited to the Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Monkees, The Beach Boys and much, much more. The near capacity crowd ...
Monday was the first day of competition for week two at the Huntsman World Senior Games and it's still going strong.
Tuesday's competition continues with:
Basketball - 5-on5
Golf - Medal - By Age
Tuesday will ...
Sunday has been the traditional day of Check-in at the Huntsman World Senior Games. Nearly two thousand Athletes made their way through the check-in process today.
Monday's competitions are:
Baskeball - 5-on-5 - Men
Basketball Shoot - Men's Free Throw / 3 Point Shot
Golf - Social
As the sun sets on Saturday, the first week of competition comes to a close. Medals were awarded, records were set, but most importantly, the mission of fostering worldwide peace, health and friendship was advanced. Sunday, Athletes will take a break from competition.
Check-in at the Dixie Center will be ...
Friday's competition came to a close and saw the end of Archery - 3D, Bridge, Cycling and several other sports.
Saturday's competitions include:
Basketball Men 3-on-3
Hot Shot - Men
Cowboy Action Shooting
Thursday saw more clear skies and warm weather. The day ended with a fun sock hop at the Washington County Fairgrounds. Tomorrow's competition includes:
Archery - 3D
Basketball 3-on-3 - Men
Cowboy Action Shooting
The skies were clear and the temperatures warm on Wednesday, October 07, at the Huntsman World Senior Games. Competition wrapped for a few sports including Track and Field as well as Basketball 3-on3 – Women.
The evening was capped off with an inspiring Hall of Fame induction ceremony for 11 ...
Tuesday’s Huntsman World Senior Games Opening Ceremonies was one for the memory books. The cool, fall evening was beautiful. The entertainment was wonderful. Olympic Gold medalist Rafer Johnson’s message was classy and inspiring. The fireworks capped off the evening as only a fireworks show can.
Wednesday’s competition continues with:
Monday, October 5, the first day of competition at the Huntsman World Senior Games, ended with a burst of rain that resulted in the need to reschedule the Tennis Mixed Doubles and several Softball games.
Tennis players should consult the online Tennis schedules to see times of rescheduled ...
The first day of Check-in at the Huntsman World Senior Games saw more than 3,000 Athletes and Official Fans make their way through the Dixie Center to receive their credentials and welcome bags. The flow was fairly constant throughout the day and into the evening as participants from around the ...
The Huntsman World Senior Games has a long standing tradition of great, inspirational speakers at the annual Opening Ceremonies. This year is no exception. Olympic decathlete, Rafer Johnson, once considered the greatest athlete on Earth, will be sharing some of his life experiences. The Opening Ceremonies takes place on Tuesday, ...
The Huntsman World Senior Games is excited to announce the 2015 Concert & Celebration act. THE British Invasion Tribute is set to rock the Burn Arena at Dixie State University. The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show begins at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 13. Best of all, ...
Dennis Ohms, long-time Horseshoe Director, Hall of Fame Inductee and friend of the Huntsman World Senior Games passed away on August 10, 2015.
Dennis served as the Horseshoes Director for all 28 years that the event was available at ...
As of print time, more than 7,800 athletes have registered for the Huntsman World Senior Games. To each, we offer a hearty congratulations! Why not take a minute and invite your friends or teammates to make ...
St. George, Utah - The HUNTSMAN WORLD SENIOR GAMES began in 1987 as the World Senior Games, an international senior sports competition. Founded by Daisy and John H. Morgan, Jr., the Games began with their vision of an international sports event for men and women ages 55 and better (The ...
The following is the life sketch for one of our own, Steven Warner Heiner. Dr. Heiner introduced and coordintated the Games' Health Screenings for years as he also served as a member of the Board of Directors. He will be missed.
Pickleball Waiting List Closed
Due to the overwhelming numbers of interested Pickleball players, the waiting list for the Huntsman World Senior Games Pickleball Tournament has been closed.
"We've got over 200 people on the waiting list, and we're just not going to be able to get them all in. That's the reason we've closed ...
Registration for the Huntsman World Senior Games opened on Sunday, March 1 at 12:01 a.m. By Tuesday evening, March 3, the Games had reached its participation cap for the wildly popular sport.
“No one expected things to go that fast,” says Kyle M Case, Huntsman World Senior Games CEO.
March 1, for the past several years, has marked the day that the Huntsman World Senior Games opens its doors to accept registrations from athletes. This year, at 12:01 a.m., Sunday morning, those doors were opened. By 8:00 a.m., several hundred people had already taken advantage and secured their place ...
Team Registration is now open for Huntsman World Senior Games team sports. Managers for Basketball, Softball, Volleyball and Soccer can reserve their team’s space in the largest annual multi-sport event in the world for athletes age 50 and over.
St. George, UT – October 17, 2014 – The Huntsman World Senior Games is a worldwide event with all 50 states represented and 68 foreign nations. While “senior” athletics start at age 50, thousands of volunteers of all ages lend a hand to help make this event the largest and ...
On Saturday, the Huntsman World Senior Games came to a close when the last softball was pitched across the plate, the last volleyball hit the floor, the last buzzer sounded at the basketball court and ...
With an overcast sky, but no rain in sight, Friday the competition continued. Shuffleboard, a brand new sport this year, began while Pickleball wrapped up. Saturday is the last day of competition at the Games and includes the following Sports:
With a roster of only seven healthy players, team Russia was unconquerable in the Global Cup throughout the entire tournament, not losing a single match in the world championship tournament. Tonight, Switzerland and Canada battled it out for the ...