Posted by Kahoomiki on September 28th, 2009
For all sports, including team sports: $30 per person (golf green fees, archery target fees and bowling alley fees are extra). Participants may enter up to five events in each sport at no additional cost. Participants also may enter events in more than one sport (e.g., track and swimming) for $20 per additional sport. Participants may enter as many sports as desired, schedule permitting. Late registrations accepted for some sports. Refunds given less registration costs — no refunds after event day. Some sports – notably swimming and track and field – are open to younger participants, as well. Seniors who meet registration deadline will receive polo shirts; younger competitors will receive t-shirts.
Five-Year Age Groups ~ All competition for all events is organized around five-year age groups (e.g., 50 to 54, 55 to 59, 60 to 64, etc.). A participant’s age on December 31, 2012 determines their competition age bracket.
Click here to enter the 2012 Senior Olympics ~ The National Senior Games are held every odd-numbered year – the next games will be in 2013 in Cleveland, Ohio. Seniors wishing to enter the 2013 National Senior Games, presented by Humana, must qualify in 2012 through a local event like the Hawaii Senior Olympics. For information about the National Senior Games, go to nsga.com.