Welcome to the 2016 Tucson Senior Olympics


Welcome participants to
the 32nd Annual Tucson Senior Olympic Festival,
an event filled with fun, friends, and memories!

**Note: New Locations for Men's, Women's and Coed Volleyball!!!**

Men's and Women's Volleyball events, scheduled for Saturday, January 9 at 8 am, are to be held at University of Arizona Campus Rec. Center, 1400 E. 6th St.

Coed Volleyball events, scheduled for Sunday, January 10 at 8 am, are to be held at Pueblo High School, 3500 S. 12th Ave.

See Event Briefs for complete details on Volleyball competitions.

2016 Festival Dates

The 32nd Annual Senior Olympic Festival will be held January 9 through Sunday, January 31, 2016.

The 2016 Tucson Senior Olympic Festival is hosting 31 sports with 35 events for women and men over 50. We look forward to you being there!

See Event Briefs for details on all the 2016 sports and events.

To view Course Code Index and Registration Information, click here.

Softball, Cycling, and Croquet Events have been Discontinued

Please Note: Regrettably, there will be no cycling, softball, or croquet events for 2016 or in the foreseeable future.

Senior Olympic Festival Office

Our office is located at 1575 E. 36th Street. From Kino and 22nd Street, travel south on Kino to 36th Street. We are on the northwest corner of 36th and Kino in the Quincie Douglas Center (near the library). Please call (520) 791-3244 if you have questions.

Event Results: 2016, 2015, 2014

View and download the event results booklet for the 2016, 2015 and 2014 Senior Olympic Festivals:

2016 Tucson Senior Olympic event results booklet

2015 Tucson Senior Olympic event results booklet

2014 Tucson Senior Olympic event results booklet

Our Mission

The mission of the Senior Olympics is to promote health and fitness awareness, and foster the value of leading an active lifestyle among adults age 50 and over by—

  • Focusing attention on the importance of regular exercise as a way to achieve better health.
  • Providing incentive and encouragement for seniors to initiate and continue fitness activities year-round.
  • Promoting a positive image of the older adult in society.
  • Offering organized, sanctioned opportunities for seniors to interact and compete with peers.
  • Providing recognition for achievement within a positive atmosphere of friendship and support.
  • Encouraging community groups to work together toward a common goal.

Senior Olympian Pledge

"As a Senior Olympian, I pledge myself to the spirit of the Olympics—the spirit of achievement, that I may reach my goals; the spirit of competition, that I may win or lose with pride and honor; the spirit of friendship, that I may be a true friend to those around me."



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