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Mission Statement

The Kansas Senior Olympics is a multi-sport event that promotes fitness, good health, participation and excellence in senior athletes ages 50 years and older. The Kansas Senior Olympic games were established in 1984 by Parks and Recreation of Topeka and the Senior Adult Program. Over the years, the games and programs have been an avenue for thousands of athletes and participants to continue or begin their competitive journey to a healthier lifestyle. Our mission is to continue to provide an outlet for those seeking fitness through sports.

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The 2011 Kansas Senior Olympics is open to anyone who will be 50 years (or older) by December 31, 2011. Competition will take place September 21-25 for individual and doubles competition; September 29-October 2 for team sports competition and September 30 for the golf competition. The event will be headquartered at the Big Gage Shelterhouse, Gage Park, 10th and Gage, in Topeka with venues throughout the city. It is anticipated that up to 750 senior athletes from across Kansas and the nation will take part in these games.

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http://www.topeka.org/parksrec/kso_main.shtml

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