On Wednesday, the Huntsman World Senior Games took another step toward their vision to be a worldwide leader in active aging by signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the organizing committee of the Asian Pacific Masters Games. The agreement says both organizations will collaborate in the promotion of senior and master sports, driving forward the mission of active aging. Kyle M Case, CEO of the Games and Jeong-Seong Mun, CEO, External Cooperation Division both signed the non-binding agreement with the hope of helping each both event reach an even broader audience.
Also, on Wednesday night, 10 individuals were inducted in the prestigious Huntsman World Senior Games Hall of Fame. Inductees included Christa Bortignon, Westley “Vard” Hall, Doug and Marianne Hamilton, Susan Ingraham, Joyce Jones, Hilary Hilton Marold, Sandy Nyenhuis, James Pauley, Sylvia Sawyer and Doug Spainhower.
Competition continues tomorrow with the following sports:
Archery – 3D
Basketball – 3-on-3 Men
Cowboy Action Shooting
Golf – Medal Golf – By Handicap
Road Race – 5K & Half Marathon
Shooting – Handgun
Softball – Men
Softball – Women
The free health screenings will also continue for registered partipants.