Pensacola Senior Games 

The City of Pensacola Parks and Recreation Department would like to thank all of our athletes, volunteers and community partners for participating in the 2021 Pensacola Senior Games sponsored by Cigna! Stay tuned for future announcements of our 2022 events.

2021 Pensacola Senior Game Results [PDF]



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The City of Pensacola Parks and Recreation Department and Cigna are proud to present the Pensacola Senior Games. During the month of September each year, athletes age 50 and better can compete in 21 sporting events including bocce, horseshoes, bowling, darts, track and field, tennis, swimming, and more. Whether this is your first year to compete or you are a seasoned athlete, we are sure you’ll find an event just for you!

The Pensacola Senior Games is sanctioned by the Florida Sports Foundation and is a qualifier for the Florida Senior Games held at the end of each year in Broward County.

Gold, silver and bronze medals are awarded to each age group in each event. A closing ceremony complete with food, giveaways, and sponsor booths is held at the Bayview Senior Center from 4 to 6 p.m. on the last Sunday of the games to celebrate the accomplishments of all participants. 

Registration opens each July and participants can register at Vickrey Resource Center at 2130 Summit Blvd. The cost is $10 for your first event which includes registration, t-shirt, and admission to the closing ceremony. Each additional event costs $1. There are additional fees for golf and bowling.

View the 2021 Pensacola Senior Games Results.

Join us in congratulating Pensacola Senior Games sprinter, John Hurd, on being recognized by Florida Senior Games as a top athlete in the state! Mr. Hurd has been a Senior Games participant for nearly 30 years and has won over 156 gold medals for his efforts on the track! Mr. Hurd competed in the 2021 Florida Senior Games in the 90-94 age group and is moving on to compete in the Florida Senior Games. We'll be rooting him on every step of the way! Click on the photo of Mr. John Hurd below to read more about his journey.  

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