National Senior Games Are Entertainment, Inspiration For Those Over 75The National Senior Games are coming to a close. It's part entertainment, part inspiration. Mike Max found both at a basketball tournament at the University of St. Thomas where the minimum age is 75.
Meet The 101-Year-Old South Dakotan Bowling In The Senior GamesIf John Zilverberg wins gold at the National Senior Games this week, it's not because he's the only bowler over 100. The South Dakota resident practices once a week, catching a ride to the nearest bowling alley, a 98-mile round trip. He's still driving; his kids just won't let him on the highway anymore.
Athletes At National Senior Games Compete Hard, Stay In ShapeAmong the interesting studies at this week's National Senior Games is the spirit. Many competitors are north of 60 years old, but they want two things: To compete hard and stay in athletic shape.
Man, 101, Competes In Nat'l Senior Games In MinneapolisA South Dakota centenarian taking part in this year's National Senior Games is playing to win. John Zilverberg of Highmore is the oldest athlete in the competition that is being held through July 15 in the Minneapolis area.
Minnesota Hosts 10K Athletes In National Senior GamesAthletes from around the country are in the Twin Cities to show that age does not have to slow you down. Minnesota is hosting the National Senior Games for the first time. The Olympic-style event -- which is held every two years -- is open to anyone over the age of 50.
Working For The Weekend: Entertainment Best Bets For Fourth Of JulyWe're working for the weekend, and not just any weekend but the Fourth of July weekend! That means there are a ton of events around town to celebrate the holiday.
Volunteer For The National Senior GamesThe 2015 National Senior Games need volunteers. The event will feature about 13,000 athletes 50 years and older competing in 19 different sports. The host cities include Minneapolis, St. Paul and Bloomington.
2 Minn. Tennis Players In Their 90s Competing In Nat'l GamesThere's a reason 93-year-old Ray Ranallo still feels so young, and it isn't just the tennis.