2022 National Senior Games
May 10-23, 2022 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
The National Senior Games introduces Cornhole to their slate of sport competitions as an Open Sport for 2022, with no qualifying necessary!
Begun in 1987 and held every other year, The National Senior Games became the largest qualified multisport event in the world when a record number of 13,712 athletes age 50 to 100+ competed at the 2019 Games in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Athletes are already buzzing about a big reunion at the 2022 National Senior Games presented by Humana, coming to Greater Fort Lauderdale, Florida from May 10-23, 2022.
While most of the 22 sports require athletes to qualify through one of the National Senior Games Association’s 52 Member Games, qualifying is not required when newer sports are added.
We’re pleased to introduce Cornhole to our slate of sport competitions as an OPEN SPORT for 2022 with no qualifying necessary!
Cornhole competition is scheduled from Friday, May 20 through Sunday May 22 at the Broward County Convention Center, the hub of fun, fitness and fellowship at the National Senior Games. Competition will be in Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles.
Will your name be entered into the record books? Registration is open now!
Sport Competition Information:
More than 1,100 medal Events will be contested during May 10-23, 2022 at sport venues throughout Broward County. The 22 Medal Sports include Cornhole: Archery, Badminton, Basketball, Beach Volleyball, Bowling, Cornhole, Cycling, Golf, Pickleball, Power Walk, Race Walk, Racquetball, Road Race, Shuffleboard, 7×7 Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Track & Field, Triathlon and Volleyball.
Gold, Silver and Bronze medals, plus Ribbons for 4th-8th places, are awarded for each Age Division in each Event.
Age Divisions for Individual sports: Male and Female divisions compete in five-year increments, ages 50 through 100+
Age Divisions for Team Sports: Male and female divisions compete in five-year increments, ages 50 through 80+
Older athletes sometimes “play down” to a lower age group, usually in team sports and doubles play.