If you’re interested in registering for an event you have until July 15th. No matter what your activity level, skills or abilities you can find an event to compete in. Being involved in a competition is a great way to get involved in your community and gives you a clear goal to work towards.
There are a variety of events you can compete in including Archery, Badminton, Bocce, Pickleball, Disc Golf, Curling (ice and floor) and Tennis. Athletic Seniors can race others in Cycling, Swimming or Track and Field.
If you have developed your skills at Bowling (Carpet, Lawn or 5-pin), Darts, Snooker, Golf or Horseshoes you have already unknowingly trained for the BC Senior Games. For the more artistically inclined people, you can compete in Square Dancing or produce a one-act play. Even if you don’t consider yourself an athlete you can compete in Cribbage, Darts, or Whist.
You can also compete in team sports such as Ice Hockey, Dragon Boat Racing, Slo-Pitch, Soccer. You can contact the BC Senior Games office to see if there is a team in your area. If not, you can always start one.
Unfortunately, you can only choose one activity to compete in per year. Is now the time to start playing a sport you once loved or will you start training for an entirely new activity?
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BC Senior Games
If you’re competing in the 2010 BC Senior Games we would love to hear from you and possibly share your story with our readers. Contact Kelly at Kelly@Impowerage.com