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Daily Results Reporting Planned by National Senior Games Assn

Color logo for the 2015 National Senior Games presented by Humana

The National Senior Games announced yesterday a number of ways athletes, family, friends, fans and others can stay informed about the upcoming competition’s events, results and festivities July 3 – 16 in Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN.

  • Active social media users are asked to use the hashtag #SeniorGames2015 when making posts to Facebook, Twitter and other social sites.
  • News will be posted on the National Senior Games’ Facebook page (National Senior Games) and Twitter account (@seniorgames1).
  • Visit then bookmark NSGA.com/2015-games-daily-news.aspx beginning July 3 for the 2015 Games Daily News.

Stories will be reported by news staff and editors who will include interns and faculty from the University of Minnesota School of Journalism. Photography and videography will be provided by interns and faculty from California-based Brooks Institute.

Source: National Senior Games Association’s The Long Run e-newsletter, June 2015 edition, received Monday, June 15, 2015 at 3:06 p.m. PST.

Color photo of women racewalkers with National Senior Games logo watermark

The start of the women’s1500 Meter Race Walk in the 2013 National Senior Games. (Photo by Danyell M. Ellis/Brooks Institute © 2013) (Danyell Ellis)

More coverage expected from local media outlets

Given the high number of visitors and the multimillion dollar economic impact these Games will make upon the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, I would expect local media to send reporters to various venues for athlete profiles and related stories.

A few of the media outlets include:

Get ready to be inspired!

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