FSG Wake Up Call – Sunday, December 15
Good Morning! It’s the Final Wake Up Call for the 2019 Florida Senior Games presented by Humana.
On the 10th and final day, three sports are in action. It’s the second day of the Track and Field competition with athletes showing their speed in the sprints and endurance in the longer runs and race and power walks at the Ansin Sports Complex.
Racquetball continues for a second day at the David Posnack Jewish Community Center with Men’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles and Women’s Volleyball players will be on the Court at the DS Sports Plex.
For results from all of the events of the 2019 Florida Senior Games, please visit https://floridaseniorgames.com/results/
The Florida Sports Foundation extends a big thank you to all of the 2019 Florida Senior Games athletes, sport directors, sports facility staff and volunteers that helped make the 28th Annual Games another success. We look forward to seeing you at one of the 22 Florida Senior Games Series Qualifiers in 2020 and once again here in the Greater Fort Lauderdale Area for the 2020 Florida Senior Games, December 4-13.
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Finally, if you haven’t done so already, please provide us with your feedback of your experience at the 2019 Florida Senior Games presented by Humana. The survey is live from now until January 15, 2019. Click here to take the 2019 survey.
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About the Florida Senior Games presented by Humana
The Florida Senior Games presented by Humana are presented annually by the Florida Sports Foundation (FSF), the state’s lead sports promotion and development organization, and a division of Enterprise Florida, Inc. The Foundation works in conjunction with a variety of local sports industry partners to present the different competitions. The Florida Senior Games, presented by Humana, an annual amateur sports tradition in Florida, is part of the state’s $57.4 billion sports industry that accounts for 580,000 jobs statewide.