2024 New Hampshire Senior Games: Pickleball and All Sport Registrations Open, Full Schedule Released

Posted by on Tuesday, March 5th

We're thrilled to announce the opening of registration for the 2024 New Hampshire Senior Games (NHSG), featuring a variety of exciting sporting events for active seniors. Alongside this announcement, we're delighted to share the schedule of events, so you can mark your calendars and get ready for an unforgettable year of competition and camaraderie.

Pickleball Registration Information:

  • 99 Registrations So Far: With enthusiasm already buzzing, we've had 99 individuals sign up for the pickleball tournament, showcasing the vibrant spirit of our community.
  • Tournament Director: For any inquiries or assistance regarding the pickleball tournament, please reach out to our dedicated Tournament Director, Joseph Santoro, at pickleballnh1944@aol.com.
  • Events: The pickleball tournament will feature Singles on August 9th, Doubles on August 10th, and Mixed Doubles on August 11th.
  • Venue: All pickleball events will take place at Pinkerton Academy, located at 5 Pinkerton St, Derry, NH 03038. For GPS navigation, please use the address 44 Main St, Derry, NH.
  • Phone: For venue-related queries, contact Pinkerton Academy at 603-437-5200.
  • Registration: To register for the pickleball tournament and access full information, please visit this link.

2024 Schedule of Events:

For a comprehensive schedule of all 2024 NH Senior Games events, including dates, times, and locations, please visit nhseniorgames.org/schedule.

Our 2024 Schedule, starts off with:

  • May 18: Road Race 1 Mile/5K/10K at Sanford/Springvale YMCA, Sanford, ME.
  • June 22: Candlepin Bowling at Boutwell's Bowling Center, Concord, NH.
  • June 22 & 23: Tennis at the YMCA Allard Center, Goffstown, NH.
  • July 6: Disc Golf at The Hollows North, Manchester, NH.
  • July 7: Archery at Pioneer Sportsmen, Dunbarton, NH.
  • July 20: Basketball and Swimming at Colby-Sawyer College, New London, NH.

Save the Dates:

The 2024 New Hampshire Senior Games promise to be a thrilling showcase of athleticism, camaraderie, and the spirit of active aging. Whether you're a seasoned athlete or new to competitive sports, there's something for everyone to enjoy and participate in.

Mark your calendars, register for your favorite events, and join us for an unforgettable year of sporting excellence. We can't wait to see you on the courts and fields as we celebrate the joy of active living together.

Looking Ahead:

As a qualifying year for the 2025 National Senior Games in Des Moines,IA, the 2024 NH Senior Games offer a fantastic opportunity to showcase your skills and potentially qualify for the national stage.

For more information, updates, and registration details, stay tuned to our website and social media channels. Let's make 2024 a year to remember in the world of senior sports!

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About the New Hampshire Senior Games

The mission of the Granite State Senior Games, Inc. (GSSG) is to promote, organize and effectively develop physical challenges, as they relate to the New Hampshire senior athlete and the 50+ population of the state of New Hampshire, undertake related activities benefitting the well-being of adults as appropriate and focusing on the development of active and healthy lifestyles. Our mission is accomplished by encouraging fitness and by providing athletic competition in a variety of sports, clinics and creative pursuits.

Founded in 1987, Granite State Senior Games, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) and New Hampshire Registered Public Charity all volunteer sports and fitness organization governed by a Board of Directors. The Granite State Senior Games' (GSSG's) sporting events are known as the New Hampshire Senior Games (NHSG). We are New Hampshire’s premier multi-sport event for the 50+ population. NHSG is the only New Hampshire organization in the state to be sanctioned by the National Senior Games Association (NSGA) to qualify senior athletes for participation in the National Senior Games held every other year in odd-numbered years. To learn more, please visit www.nhseniorgames.org.