Muskogee Senior Games 2022


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 REGISTRATION CLOSES MAY 30th 2022, Last day for guaranteed shirt is May 6th. 2022 Senior games main flyer - Copy                         2022 Senior Games Bowling Tournament2022 Senior Games Swim meet - Copy (2)2022 senior games Track & Field2022 Senior Games Tennis Tournament 2022 senior games Pickleball tournament
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Event Details
Bowling:
Extra Fee for bowling will be $9 per event ( singles, doubles, mixed doubles) Bowling competition will be held June 4th & 5th 2022  at
Green Country lanes,
811 S York, Muskogee, OK 74403 
(918) 687-1285
Swim Meet: will be held June 11th 2022, 8am-11am (Check in Starts at 7am) at the Muskogee Swim & Fitness Center,
566 N 6th St, Muskogee, OK 74401
918-684-6304
This Pool is a Short Course 25 Meter Pool (6 Lanes) The Order of events will be 50 Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly 100 Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly, IM 200 Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly, IM 500 Free Style, Women will swim first in each event  
Track & Field:  Track events  50,100,200,400,800,1500
Field events are, Discus, Hammer, High Jump, Long Jump, Pole Vault, Shot put
start time - 9:00am check-in at 8:00am.
Indian Bowl 402 North S street, Muskogee, OK 74403
Tennis: Tennis will be held June 11th, 2022, 9am at the McSpadden Tennis Complex in Spaulding Park
Across the street from the Muskogee Parks and Recreation Main office
837 E Okmulgee St, Muskogee, OK 74403
(918) 684-6302
Pickleball: The Pickleball tournament will be held at Muskogee Civic Center on the 17th & 18th and at First Baptist Muskogee's Christian Life Center (CLC) the 18th only. Games will Start each day at 9 AM. Mixed Doubles will be held Friday and Men's / Women's doubles will be held Saturday.
June 17th &18th 2022
111 S 7th St, Muskogee, OK 74401
918-682-3496
&425 Boston St, Muskogee, OK 74401
(918) 684-6363
Brackets will be made available after registration closes.
Cornhole: Cornhole will be held at Depot Green June 18th 2022 @ 9AM
Singles, Doubles, & Mixed doubles
on the corner of 2nd & Elgin
Depot Green, Muskogee, OK 74401
Golf: Extra fee for Golf is $40, Full club members do not pay the extra fee. the tournament will be scratch golf and will be held at Muskogee Golf Club June 25th 2022
Muskogee Golf Club
2400 N Country Club Rd, Muskogee, OK 74403(918) 682-3721
Water Walking: Senior Games water walking event will be held in the River Country Water Park Lazy River.
We will have 250 yard, 500yard & 1000 yard individual events, as well as a 1000 yard relay. 
6-25-2022 8:00 AM
3600 Arline Ave. Muskogee, OK 74403
Table Tennis: The table tennis tournament will be held in the Hatbox Event Center. We will have Singles, Doubles, and Mixed doubles competitions. 
JUNE 25, 2022 9:00 AM at Hatbox Event Center
640 S 40th St, Muskogee, OK 74401



We are excited to announce  our Local Senior games 2022. With the information and experience we gained in our first year of games we are looking to grow and expand the number of games we offer in 2022. Specifically adding Water Walking at River Country Water Park, and to partner with Muskogee Public schools to add Track & field events. We are also adding table tennis at Hatbox event center. We are using our Depot Green space for our cornhole tournament. See below for our event dates.save the dates 2022 

History 
In 2021 The Muskogee Parks and Recreation department, Muskogee Golf Club, and Oklahoma State Games joined forces to start “Muskogee Local Games”.   At the inaugural Local Senior Games we hosted Golf, Bowling, Pickleball, Swimming, Tennis, Corn hole and Horseshoes. These games help promote health and wellness through education, fitness, and sport for adults ages 50 plus. 

The National Senior Games started in St Louis, MO in 1985 as the “National Senior Olympics Organization” who later changed their name in 1990 and began working under the name National Senior Games Association. Athletes qualify for the national games by participating in their state games the preceding year. Much as the state games work together with the national games, the local games work together with the state games. The state games are open to out-of-state residents and attract athletes from surrounding states. Hosting a local games in Muskogee will not only motivate our seniors to achieve a greater level of health but also draw in competition from surrounding areas or state wide athletes who are looking for events prior to state games.

These games encourage people to set goals and work harder to stay in shape, lose weight, participate in their favorite sport, and provide them with social opportunities.

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