Event Briefs

 

Archery

Events
Compound—finger shooter
Compound—release aid shooter
Recurve

Date
Saturday, January 28

Site
PSE Archery Range
2727 N. Fairview

Schedule
9:30 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$19.00 for each event

Entry Regulations

    1. Archers must provide their own bows and arrows.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.
    3. Men and women compete separately

Format
The "900" round will be used for all competition. 90 arrows will be shot as follows—

  • 30 arrows from 60 yards (5 ends of 6 arrows)
  • 30 arrows from 50 yards (5 ends of 6 arrows)
  • 30 arrows from 40 yards (5 ends of 6 arrows)

Each end (6 arrows) will consist of 2 sets of 3 arrows with 50 seconds allowed for each arrow to be shot. Shooters will rotate with target mates after each 3 arrow set.

Scoring
Regulation 122cm (48") 5 color target face will be used. Scoring values—gold (10–9), red (8–7), blue (6–5), black (4–3), white (2–1)—10 ring scoring.

Note—Each color is divided into 2 scoring areas by a thin black line.

The arrow shaft must only touch the color or dividing line between scoring zones to score higher value. Winner shall be the archer(s) scoring the highest number of points in the double "900' round.

Note—The competitor should be able to keep his/her arrows on the target at 60 yards.

Open practice is available for all registered Senior Olympic Festival participants. Call PSE Archery at 520/884-9201 for more information.

Sports Rules
National Archery Association (N.A.A.) apply

Arizona Senior Olympics and National Senior Games event

Event Coordinator
Alexander Kirlov (520) 594-5165

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Badminton

Events
Men's Singles
Women's Singles
Men's Doubles
Women's Doubles
Mixed Doubles

Dates
Saturday, January 28
Sunday, January 29

Site
Udall Regional Center
7200 E. Tanque Verde Rd.

Schedule
9 am start time for Saturday, January 28th, Singles and Doubles
9 am start time for Sunday, January 29th, Mixed Doubles

Check-In
½ hour before match

Fees
$8.00 per event /per person
For doubles events, partners must register individually.

Entry Regulations

    1. Participants may compete with only one partner per event.
    2. Competitors must supply their own racquets.
    3. Shuttlecocks will be provided.
    4. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.
    5. Players who are alone in their age group may play in the next lower age group.

Format

  • Single elimination format.
  • Matches are 2-out-of-3 games.
  • Games are 21 points.
  • Failure to report in by match time will result in forfeiture of match.

Sports Rules
U.S. Badminton Association (USBA) rules apply

Arizona Senior Olympics and National Senior Games event

Event Coordinator
Diane Hendrickson (520) 579-2149

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Basketball Shoot

Events
Regular Shoot
3-Point Shoot
Pepsi Hot Shot

Date
Wednesday, January 25

Site
Udall Regional Center
7200 E. Tanque Verde Rd.

Schedule
9 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$6.00 per event

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.

Format

  • At least one foot must be in contact with the marked spot while shooting, with the other foot either to the side, behind or on the marked spot (NOT in front).
  • Those players who are not actually shooting will serve as shaggers while waiting to compete.
  • The order of competition is dependent upon the number of participants.
  • In case of tie there will be a shoot off to determine placement

Sports Rules:
Regular Shoot

  • Each player will take three shots from each of the five designated spots which have specific point values. After fifteen shots are taken (no time limit), the points are totaled. Highest possible score is forty-eight.
  • Each player is given two trials, and the highest score of the two trials is the final score for that player.

3-Point Shooting

  • Each player will take three shots from each of the five designated spots. After fifteen shots are taken (no time limit), the number of baskets made is that player's total.
  • Each player is given two trials, and the highest score of the two trials is the final score for that player.

Event Coordinator Charles Perez (520) 791-4969

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Basketball 3-On-3

Men's Team
Women's Team
Team Entry Form required

Date
Saturday, January 21

Site
El Pueblo Regional Center
101 W. Irvington Rd.

Schedule
9 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before game time

Fees
$60.00 per team

Entry Regulations

    1. Team Entry Form must be completed by the Coach/Manager and submitted with the team's entry fee, roster and completed waiver form.
    2. Teams must be all one gender.
    3. Team roster shall be limited to six players.
    4. Participants may play on only one team.
    5. Men and women compete separately.
    6. Competition will be 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+ & 75+.
    7. Team coach/manager will be notified of their first game by mail or phone prior to the event.
    8. Teams must wear uniforms of same color and have numbers.
    9. A valid picture ID with birth date must shown before competition.

Format

  • Dependent on number of teams registered
  • Games played on half-court

Sports Rules
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)

  • Teams must have a minimum of 3 players on the floor to start a game. Teams may continue with 2 players on the floor. Six player maximum on the roster.
  • Playing time is two halves of 10 minutes running time. Five minute halftime.
  • Tie score will result in one minute overtime with stop clock. Ball possession determined by coin toss.
  • Check line shall be three point line.
  • On every change of possession, ball must be taken behind check line.
  • All play beginning or restarting behind the check line must start at the top of the key.
  • Substitutions may be made after a basket, a foul shot, stoppage of play or any other time an official beckons the player onto the court.
  • A player is disqualified on his/her sixth foul. Technical fouls will follow NCAA rules.
  • Three point shots are allowed.

Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event

Event Coordinator
Ruben Kirkendall (520) 791-5155

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Billiards

Events
Singles

Date
Wednesday, January 25

Site
Pockets Billiards
1062 S. Wilmot Rd.

Schedule
12 noon start time

Check-In
½ hour before game time

Fees
$8.00

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year age groups beginning with 50–54.

Format

  • Double-elimination.
  • The game of "8 ball" is played.
  • Players with no competition in their age group may play in the next younger age group.
  • Pool cues available at no cost.

Sports Rules
Arizona Senior Olympics and Billiard Congress of America (BCA) rules apply.

  • Gentlemen's Call
  • The Rack
  • The Break
  • Legal Break
  • Scratch on a Legal Break
  • 8-Ball Pocketed on Break
  • Head String Rule
  • Open Table
  • Choice of Stripes or Solids
  • Legal Shot
  • Safety Play
  • Fouls
  • Foul Penalty
  • Combination Shots
  • Illegally Pocketed Balls stay pocketed & loss of turn.
  • Object Balls Jumped off the Table
  • Object Ball Frozen to the Cushion
  • Loss of Game

Arizona Senior Olympic Games event

Event Coordinator
Frank Lopez (520) 791-4560

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Bocce

Events
Women's
Men's
Coed
Team Entry Form required

Dates
Monday, January 23 -Women
Tuesday, January 24 -Women
Wednesday, January 25 -Men
Thursday, January 26 -Men
Friday, January 27 -Coed
Saturday, January 28 -Coed

Sites
Sunflower—Men/Women/Coed
9401 N. Sunflower Park Dr.

Schedule
9 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before match time

Fees
$28.00 per team/per event

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. All ages compete together.
    3. Teams consist of four players: Men's Team - 4 men; Women's Team - 4 women; Coed Team - 2 men and 2 women
    4. Team Entry Form must be completed by the Coach/Manager and submitted with the team's entry fee, roster and completed waiver form.

Format

  • Tournament is single-elimination.
  • Matches are 2-out-of-3 games
  • Games are 12 points


Sports Rules
Event Facilities Rules apply.

  • Teams consist of 4 people
  • No distractions at all will be enforced.
  • Players will referee their own matches.
  • Winner of coin toss will select color of balls.
  • All balls leaving the confines of the court will be considered out of play.
  • To start a new game players of each team must change to the opposite end of the court.
Arizona Senior Olympic event

Event Coordinator
Men/Women/Coed –
Marty Rice (520) 579-6451

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Bowling

Events
Regular PM
Adapted

Dates
Thursday, January 26– Adapted
Thursday, January 26– Regular

Sites
Lucky Strike Bowl—Adapted Bowling
4015 E. Speedway Blvd.
Lucky Strike Bowl—Regular Bowling
4015 E. Speedway Blvd.

Schedule
12 noon start time—Adapted
12 noon start time—Regular PM

Check-In
½ hour before game time

Fees
$14.00

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women will compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54 (including 80+).

Format
Each player bowls three games using scratch scoring.

Sports Rules
United States Bowling Congress (USBC).

Adapted Bowling Modifications
Orthopedic Impairments

    1. Bowling chutes and ball assistance will be provided.
    2. Weight of ball may be lowered.

Visually Impaired

    1. Guideline or coaches voice allowed for visually impaired.
    2. Use of bowling frame unit, Adapter-Pusher, Handlebar extension, Handle grip, arm swing, stable guide, lighter balls, modification of approach are allowed.

Auditory Impairments

    1. Mark lane line with brightly colored tape, paint pins with bright color, contact paper, three balls per frame, with plastic bowling set shorten the lane distance, use Candlepin bowling, use smaller or lighter ball.

Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games (Regular Bowling) event

Event Coordinator
Adapted/Regular Bowling—
Carl White (520) 791-4589

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Duplicate Bridge

Events
Duplicate

Dates
Sunday, January 29

Site
Adobe Bridge Club
401 E. Limberlost

Schedule
1 pm start time

Check-In
12:30 pm

Fees
$7.00 per event/per person.
All players must register individually.

Entry Regulations

  1. 1. Men and women compete together.
    2. All ages compete together.
    3. You must register individually and list your partner’s name on the form.

http://www.acbl.org/assets/documents/play/Laws-of-Duplicate-Bridge.pdf

*Chairperson has authorization to provide any changes and rule interpretations.

Event Coordinator: Duplicate Coordinator
Cindy Shoemaker
cndyshoemaker@yahoo.com

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Bunco

Events
Bunco

Dates
Monday, January 23

Sites
Cherry Ave. Center
5085 S. Cherry Ave.

Schedule
1:00 pm start time

Check-In
11:30 am-12:30 pm

Fees
$7.00 per player

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete together.
    2. All ages compete together.
    3. You must register using the Individual Entry Form

Sports Rules
World Bunco Association Rules
http://www.worldbunco.com/rules.html

Event Coordinator
Chrystal Rodriguez
(520) 791-4497

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Cribbage

Events
Cribbage

Date
Wednesday, January 25

Site
Comanche Wells
775 W. Roger Rd.

Schedule
1 pm start time

Check-In
12:30 pm

Fees
$7.00 per event

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete together.
    2. All ages compete together.
    3. Personal cribbage boards are welcome.

Format

  • The cards shall be cut at the beginning of each game. Low card deals. Both players must cut the deck for deal. Ace is low.
  • The cards should be offered for a cut before a deal is started. If not, there is no penalty.
  • No player shall examine the bottom card before deal is started. If not, there is no penalty.
  • A misdeal shall be declared if a card becomes exposed during the course of the deal. There is no penalty involved.
  • The object is to peg 120 holes plus one to win the game.
  • Player with crib counts last after opponent's hand has been counted.
  • Player that pegs 121 points first wins the game and no further pegging can be done by opponent.
  • Points missed by one player cannot be taken by opponent.
  • Winner of game gets 121 points and opponent only gets holes he/she has actually pegged.
  • In the event that points are pegged in excess of the proper count of the hand, the pog must be returned to the proper count before play is resumed.
  • No ruling on pegging the wrong way. Each player must agree on correcting any mistakes made. Watch your pegging!
  • The Jack, when cut, counts as two points at any time, except when cutting for deal. A player may go out on the Jack cut and the pegging stops immediately.
  • Any individual player wishing to make a protest, will be required to do so before the next hand is dealt.
  • Score sheets must be cross-checked and initialed by the opposing players at each table after each game is played. Scores can be turned in at the end of the session.
  • No kibitzing or giving advice while standing or watching a player who is playing an authorized game.
  • Medals will be given for total points.
  • The purpose of these rules are to be used as guidelines for fun and relaxation and will be used only if necessary.

Event Coordinators
Patrick & Diane McAuliffe (520) 250-3034

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Euchre

Events
Euchre

Date
Tuesday, January 24

Site
Trails West
8401 S. Kolb Rd.

Schedule
9 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$7.00 per event

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete together.
    2. All ages compete together.

Format

  • Singles competition is played with a four-handed partnership game.

Sports Rules:
Strategy of Euchre

  • The fairly probable tricks in the hand usually justify "taking action." It is correct to expect a partner to furnish one trick. Any three trumps are a "take" and A or K is a fair try. At 0-0 score, however, neither opponent or dealer should accept the turn-up without three very probable tricks, for his/her side will have first chance to make it if the turn-up is rejected. For the same reason, dealer should take it up if he/she can, even at some risk.
  • Advanced scores often compel special tactics. With the score 4–2 or 4–1, the side "at the bridge" (having 4 points) will often accept the turn-up regardless of the cards. The idea is to be the maker; opponents can then score at most 2 points for euchre. But if an opponent becomes the make, he/she might play alone, make march, and thus win the game.
  • If the opening leader has two or more trumps, he/she should usually lead one. Otherwise he/she should usually open plain suit in which he/she has no high card, rather than one in which he/she has. In following to a lead, try to win the trick (or let your partner win) at all costs. Holding up a high card for a possible later trick in a suit once led is a losing policy.

Event Coordinator
Jean Rafalski (520) 241-8112

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Golf

Events
Golf

Date
Friday, January 20

Site
Del Urich (Randolph South)
600 S. Alvernon Way

Schedule
10:30 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$38
(first 80 registered only; riding carts available for an additional $12 @ site)

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54 (including 80+).

Format

  • 18 holes, low gross stroke play.

Sports Rules
U.S. Golf Association (USGA) and local course winter rules (in own fairway only) apply.

  • Scoring captain in each foursome will assess rules and penalties.
  • Slow players and/or players 3 strokes over par before reaching the Green-In-Play "must pick up their ball" and score double-par for that hole.
  • Tee areas: Women—Red Tee Area; Men (50-64 yr)—White Tee Area; Men (65+ yr)--Gold Tee Area
  • Age flights will play together.
  • No preferred tee times.
  • Tee times will be posted for each gender division and age flight at the golf course of play and the Senior Olympic Festival Office.

Tee times will be available two days before event. Please call event coordinator or the Senior Olympic Festival office.

Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event

Event Coordinator
Kimiro DeBose (520) 837-8151

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Hand and Foot

Event
Hand and Foot

Dates
Friday, January 27

Sites
Wagons West
801 W. Limberlost Drive

Schedule
9:00 am start time

Check-In
30 minutes before start time

Fees
$7.00 per event

Entry Regulations

1. Men and women compete together.
2. All ages compete together.
3. WALK-INS WELCOME!!!

Format

• Chairperson acts as Umpire.
• The game is typically played by four players in two partnerships of two players each, although it can also be played with numbers of players ranging from two to eight, individually or in partnerships.
• Use one deck more than the number of players, so for a four-handed game you'd use five 52-card decks plus ten jokers (270 cards).
• Each player is dealt two separate thirteen-card hands. The first is called the "hand", and the second is called the "foot". Initially, each player plays from their "hand", while leaving the "foot" face-down on the table. The "Foot" is not used until the "hand" is empty.
• When drawing from the stock, draw two cards at a time.
• The discard pile may only be taken by a player having a natural pair matching the upcard, or if they're able to add the upcard to an existing meld.

Sports Rules
House rules apply

Event Coordinator
Ken & Sue Vandertie (920) 819-1991
Patti Young (520) 896-2188

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Horseshoes

Events
Horseshoes

Date
Saturday, January 21

Site
Reid Park / Horseshoe Pit (across from McDonald's)
Country Club @22nd St.

Schedule
9 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$7.00 for event

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50-54.

Format

  • Tournament is double elimination.
  • All games are 21 points.
  • "No shows," or those arriving after the first round is over, will forfeit the game. Late arrivals before the first round of play is over will be worked in if possible.

Sports Rules
Play will be governed by official rules of the National Horseshoe Pitching Association (NHPA).

  • Each player has two shoes and uses the same pitcher's box. Players pitch both sides in turn at the opposite stake an inning. They then walk to that stake, tally the score and pitch back toward the first stake.
  • Players flip shoes. The winner decides who pitches first. If there is more than one game, the choice of starting alternates thereafter. Four tosses are allowed as a warm-up.
  • All matches to be conducted in accordance with the National Senior Olympic Rules. A 15 minute default time will be enforced. The pitcher must stand on one of the pitching platforms. His/her feet must stay behind the foul line until the shoe has left his/her hand. His/her opponent must remain on the opposite side of the stake, either in the rear quarter of the other pitching platform or behind the pitching box, with the toes of one foot touching that platform. He/she must not talk, move or in any way distract the pitcher. Such offense incurs a loss of score in that inning. No player may walk to the opposite stake, or be informed of the position of the shoes before an inning is complete. Once thrown, shoes may not be moved or touched until the scores have been decided. Such an offense incurs a loss that inning.
  • Cancellation scoring will be in effect. Shoes must be within 6 inches of the stake to score.
  • Women 50–74 pitch from 30 feet, 75+ pitch from 20 feet.
  • Men 50–69 pitch from 40 feet, 70+ have their choice of 30 or 40 feet.
Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event.

Event Coordinator
BJ Benjamin (520) 907-7116

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Leisure Walks

Events
Leisure Walks 5 and 10K Walks

Dates
Monday, January 23

Sites
Reid Park (meet at DeMeester OPC)

Schedule
8:30 am start time - 5 and 10K

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$6.00 per event

Entry Regulations:

  • Men and women compete together.
  • All ages participate together.
  • Non-competitive.
  • All walkers must stay on path/sidewalk.
  • You must register using the Individual Entry Form.

Event Coordinator
Pauline Nunez (520) 791-3244

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Pickleball

Events
Men’s & Women’s Doubles (50+ & 70+ multi-skill level)
Mixed (Coed) Doubles (50+ & 70+ multi-skill level)

Date
Thursday Feb. 2– Women’s Dbls 50+ (by skill level)
Women’s Dbls 70+ (by skill level)
Men’s Dbls 70+ (by skill level)
Friday Feb. 3– Mixed Dbls 50+ (by skill level)
Saturday Feb. 4 – Men’s Dbls 50+ (by skill level)
Mixed Dbls 70+ (by skill level)
Sunday Feb 5. - Rain Makeup Day

Site
Voyager RV Resort
8701 S. Kolb Rd.

Schedule
8:00 am – 7:00 pm

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$16.00 per event per person
$5.00 processing fee

Entry Regulations

All registrations must be done online at address below. Each doubles partner must register, sign the waiver and pay their fees individually.

USPA Sanctioning: TBD

  • Teams must play in the skill level of the highest rated partner in doubles.
  • Both partners must be 70+ to play in 70+ doubles events.
  • Participants may compete in only one event per day and one skill bracket per event.
  • Entries limited to 20 teams per skill level. Each doubles partner must complete their own online registration and payment. Date of the LATTER partner to register and pay will determine order of registration.
  • Coordinator reserves the right to close the day when it is full.
  • Registration is not complete until the waiver and fees are received.
  • Participants must supply their own paddle.

Format

  • All events will be skill level events (3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5 & 5.0)
  • Competition ball is yellow, brand TBD, with white used under the lights.
  • Double-elimination tournament format:
    • Winners bracket matches are best 2 of 3 games to 11 win by 2
    • Losers bracket matches are a single game
      to 15 win by 2.
  • Tournament director reserves the right to combine events and change format based on enrollment and close events when the day is full.

Sports Rules
The International Federation of Pickleball (IFP) Official Tournament Rules apply, available at http://www.usapa.org.

This is NOT a qualifying event for National Senior Games.

***Registration and Payment***
All Pickleball registrations must be done online at: http://www.pickleballtournaments.com

Event Coordinator
Priscilla Scott
pscottpball@gmail.com

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Pinochle

Events
Pinochle—Regular

Date
Sunday, January 22

Site
Far Horizons Tucson Village
555 N. Pantano Rd.

Schedule
1 pm start time

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$7.00 per event

Format

  • Men and women compete together.
  • All ages compete together.
  • "Regular"—six rounds, four hands per round.

Sports Rules
Regular

  • Auction bidding, except once a bidder passes he/she may not bid again. Opening bid is 15 or more. If all pass, dealer takes bid for 15. Cut for deal at each new round.
  • Winning bidder announces trump suit and all players meld cards on the table.
  • Each side counts scoring cards (A, K, 10) plus 1 point for whoever takes the last trick, which is added to their meld.
  • If winning bidder's total is less than his/her bid, his/her bid is subtracted from his/her score. (If this is the first hand, he/she has a negative score.) Lose meld.
  • Four hands are played at each table, and the winning partners move, one to a higher numbered table, the other to a lower numbered table. The two losers remain, but play with a different partner.
  • Six rounds of four hands will complete competition.
  • Renege—If corrected before next trick is completed, no penalty. Otherwise, offending pair may not score points taken in play, but does not lose meld if it has previously won a trick.
Event Coordinator
Monica Wagner
(520) 296-1234 ext.11

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Powerlifting

Events
Squat
Bench Press
Dead Lift

Date
Friday, January 27

Site
Mid-Valley Athletic Club
140 S. Tucson Blvd.

Schedule
9:30 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$7.00 for events

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.

Sports Rules
U.S. Powerlifting Federation (USPF) will apply.

  • The Wilks formula, a formula based upon body weight and lift poundage, is used to calculate scores for each event.
  • Winners will be determined by total accumulated score for all three events.
  • Weightlifting and training are required.
  • Participants should bring their own belt.
  • Capable spotters will be available if needed.

Arizona Senior Olympic event

Event Coordinator
Carolyn Lecocq (520) 792-3654

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Racquetball

Event
Racquetball

Date
Saturday, January 28

Site
Tucson Racquet and Fitness Club
4001 N. Country Club Rd.

Schedule
9 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$13.00

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.
    3. Protective eye wear must be worn.
    4. Participants must provide own racquets.

Format

  • Singles flights only.
  • Double-Elimination.
  • Matches are two games to 15 points—tiebreaker 11 points. Win by one point.
  • Participants will be called with playing times.

Sports Rules
U.S. Racquetball Association (USRA) rules apply.

Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event.

Event Coordinator
Shylah McNellis (520) 791-4865

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Road Races

Events
Road Races—5K Run
Road Races—10K Run

Date
Saturday, January 14

Site
David Bell Path/Reid Park
Country Club @Camino Campreste

Schedule
10 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before start time
Meet at Ramada 31 by Hi Corbett Field

Fees
$8.00 per event

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.

Format

  • Competition will be 5K and 10K distance events.
  • Participants may enter both events.
  • Races are run concurrently.
  • For those participants entering both races, the time achieved for running the first half of the 10K race will be used as their 5K race time.
  • Race Walkers welcomed.

Sports Rules
USA Track & Field rules apply.

Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event.

Event Coordinator:
Aaron Sanchez
(520) 791-4931

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Shooting—High Powered Rifle

Date
Friday, January 27

Site
Pima Co. Southeast Regional Park
11296 S. Harrison Rd.

Schedule
8 am match start time

Check-In
7:30 am

Fees
$19.00 for event

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.
    3. All participants must provide own ammunition and firearms.

Note: There will be a limited number of loaner M1 rifles available and ammo to purchase at the range. Advanced request required for the rifles.

Format

  • Protective ear and eyewear must be worn.
  • Olympic medals will be awarded.
  • All range and safety rules as published by Pima County Southeast Regional Park will apply. There will be no exceptions.
  • There will be no separate awards for NRA Classification.
  • Two relays. First relay starts with with 50-69 age groups. Second relay 70+ .
  • Relay one will fire complete course of fire and then relay two will shoot.
  • Advanced entries are suggested, but walk up entries will be allowed.
  • Lunch will be served after the match is completed. Awards will be given after lunch.

Sports Rules
National Rifle Association (NRA) rules apply.

  • Service Rifle only. Iron sight only. No scoped rifles.
  • All shooting done at 100 yards using reduced targets.
Course of Fire:
    1. 5 sighter shots prone slow fire followed by 10 slow fire prone in 15 minutes.
    2. Rapid fire prone: 10 shots fired in 80 seconds. 1 reload after 2 rounds (semi-auto) or 5 rounds (bolt action)
    3. Rapid fire sitting: 10 shots fired in 70 seconds. 1 reload after 2 or 5 rounds.
    4. Standing slow fire: 10 minutes to fire 10 rounds.
    5. Target: NRA standard 100-yard high Power rifle.
    6. Total possible points = 400.

Arizona Senior Olympic event

Event Coordinator
Jeffrey Schneider (520) 419-4130
bronte1@mindspring.com

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Shooting—Air Pistol and Air Rifle

Events
Air Pistol and Air Rifle

Dates
Monday, January 9-Wednesday, January 25

Site
Diamondback Shooting Sports
7030 E. Broadway Blvd.

Schedule:
Call Michael, Kevin or Brandon to Schedule Match Appt.
(520) 886-8338

Check-In
30 minutes before start time

Fees
$10.00

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year age groups beginning with 50–54.
    3. All participants must supply own ammunition and firearms.

Format

  • Protective eye wear must be worn.
  • Posted range and safety rules will apply.

Sports Rules

  • Air Guns
  • Ammo-Only lead wad cutters of .177 (4.5mm) caliber
  • Velocity– Muzzle velocity maximum is 650 feet per second.
  • Sights– Metalic, telescopic & electronic sights are permitted. No lasers.
  • Targets– ISSF approved:
    • Air pistol (single bulls eye) 5 shots per target
    • Air rifle ( bulls eye) 2 shots per bulls eye.

  • Range– Olympic 10 meter air gun range
  • Pistol shooters may use one or two hands
  • 10 minute sighting period prior to first record shot
  • Course of fire 40 record shots
  • The 2 hour blocks of time include the sighting shots
  • Exceptions will be allowed for disabled and handicapped
  • 4 lanes only

Event Coordinator
Michael Shoop (520) 971-9312
azhp2088r@aol.com

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Shooting—Pistol

Events
Rim Fire Pistol
Center Fire Pistol

Dates
Saturday, January 28 (Rim Fire and Center Fire Pistol)

Site
Pima Co. Southeast Regional Park (Training Range)
11296 S. Harrison Rd.

Schedule
8:00 am Start Time (RF Pistol)
After rim fire, approximately 10:00 am (CF Pistol)

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$19.00 per event

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54. Relays assigned according to age group.
    3. All participants must supply own ammunition and firearms.

Format

  • Protective ear and eye wear must be worn.
  • All range and safety rules as published by the Pima County Southeast Regional Park will apply. There are no exceptions.
  • Lunch will be served after the match is completed. Awards will be given after lunch.

Sports Rules
National Rifle Association (NRA) rules apply.

Pistol (Center and Rim Fire)

  • Ammo-Rim fire .22 rim fire
  • Ammo-Center fire Only standard caliber handguns (380, 9mm, 38 spl. .40 cal, and .45 cal).
  • Sights - metallic, telescopic and electronic sights are permitted with the exception of Laser sights.
  • Targets – 25 yard B-8 (timed/rapid), 10 record shots per target.
  • All pistol competition will be shot at 25 yards using one hand or two.
  • 10-minute sighting period prior to first record target.
  • Course of fire, 40 record shots per event.
  • Slow fire time of one minute per round. Targets changed after 20 minutes for 20 record rounds.
  • Second relay to be added if needed.
  • Exceptions will be allowed for disabled and handicapped.
  • You may collect your own brass. Brass left on the range is the property of the Pima County Southeast Regional Park.
  • Lunch will be served after the center fire match. Awards to be given at lunch.
Arizona Senior Olympic event

Event Coordinators
Michael Shoop (520) 971-9312
azhp2088r@aol.com

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Shooting—Rim Fire Sporter Rifle

Event
Rimfire Sporter Rifle Match

Dates
Sunday, January 29

Site
Pima Co. Southeast Regional Park (Training Range)
11296 S. Harrison Rd.

Schedule
1:30 a.m. Start Time

Check-In
½ hour before match time

Fees
$19.00 per event

Entry Regulations
3 Rifle Categories

    1. O-Class rifles, Open sights like U, V, or square notch rear sights. Front sight is an exposed beard or post sight.
    2. T-Class rifle. An aperture rear sight, telescopic sight no more than 6-power, or any type of electronic sight.
    3. Tactical rifle. AR-15 type rifles. Either iron, telescopic, or electronic sights.
Range Rules:
  • Protective ear and eyewear must be worn.
  • All range and safety rules as published by the Pima County Southeast Regional Park will apply. There are no exceptions.

Equipment
Shooting mat, sling, work or sporting glove, sweatshirt, spottingscope, kneeling roll (for kneeling position only)

Sports Rules
CMP Rimfire Sporter Rules

  • Overall weight may not exceed 7.5 lbs with sights
  • Sling swivel fixed in one location on front and rear
  • No thumbhole stocks, adjustable butt plates or cheek pieces and moveable sling swivels.
  • Three pound trigger

Ammunition
.22 cal long rifle ammo only. No rimfire magnum ammo

Course of Fire

  • 10 shots for record in 10 minutes (all stages)
  • Two series of five shots rapid fire. Semi autos 25 sec and 30 sec for manual rifles. No alibis. (all stages)

Prone stage
Shooter must start with rifle butt not in shoulder

Sitting or kneeling stage:
Shooter must start with rifle butt not in shoulder

Standing Stage—25 yds
Shooter must start with rifle butt at the hip

Targets
50/25 yards NLU049

Awards based on CMP system - Not according to age groups or sex.

Event Coordinators
Greg Fallon (520) 575-0262
cptfallon@aol.com

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Shooting—Rim Fire Rifle

Event
Rim Fire Rifle Prone

Date
Sunday, January 29

Site
Pima Co. Southeast Regional Park
11296 S. Harrison Rd. (Training Range)

Schedule
9 am start time

Check-In
8:30 am

Fees
$19.00 for event

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54. Relays assigned according to your age group.
    3. All participants must provide own ammunition and firearms.

Format

  • Protective ear and eyewear must be worn.
  • All range and safety rules as published by Pima County Southeast Regional Park will apply. There will be no exceptions.

Sports Rules

Smallbore Rifle Prone

  • National Rifle Association (NRA) rules apply
  • Any sights (scope or iron sights)
  • Rifle .22LR caliber rifle capable for single loading
  • Ammo. .22 caliber long rifle caliber only.
  • 50 yards / N.R.A. A51 target
  • 60 shots for record / shot in three stages (20 shots per target)
  • Total time 20 minutes for all sighter and record rounds per stage.
  • Brass found on the range is the property of the Pima County Southeast Regional Park. You may collect only your own brass. A metal rake is provided to gather brass that is forward of the firing range.
  • Lunch will be served after match. Awards to be presented at lunch

Arizona Senior Olympic event

Event Coordinator
Greg Fallon (520) 575-0262
cptfallon@aol.com

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Shooting—Trap & Skeet

Events
16-Yard Trap Shoot
21-Yard Trap Shoot
12 or 20 Gauge Skeet
28 Gauge or .410 Shot

Dates
Friday, January 13

Site
Pima Co. Southeast Regional Park
11295 S. Harrison Rd. (Clay Target Center)

Schedule
9 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$22.00 per event

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.

Format

  • All participants must check-in prior to the shooting time.
  • Protective ear and eye wear must be worn.
  • Shotguns provided by participant.
  • Shells provided by participant.

Range / Sports Rules
American Trap Association (ATA) rules apply.
National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA) rules apply.

  • All range and safety rules as posted at the Pima County Southeast Regional Park Clay Target Center will apply. There are no exceptions.
  • All range and safety rules as posted at the Pima County Southeast Regional PNational Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA) rules apply.
  • Medals will be given in each event.
  • Settling Ties – length of run counting backwards from the last bird shot settles ties.
  • Shotguns – Shotguns – must be unloaded with the action open at all times when not on shooting station. Do not load gun until you are on the proper shooting station. After shooting, the gun must be unloaded and the action open before stepping off the station. No exceptions will be tolerated.
  • Should a misfire or a gun malfunction occur, keep the gun pointed down range. Do not open the action. Call for the field referee to assist in clearing the action. Failure to adhere to this policy will result in a lost target.
  • Hulls that hit the ground should not be picked up during the shooting events. This rule is for your own safety. Hulls must be picked up after the shooting events.
Shells required
  • Trap - 50 shells required. 12 gauge 1 1/8 oz. Max, #9, #8, or #7 ½ shot size. Shot larger than #7 ½ will not be allowed.
  • Skeet – 50 shells required per event. 12 gauge: 1 1/8 oz max, #9, #8, #7 ½ shot size or gauge, or 20 gauge: 7/8 oz max, #9, #8 or #7 ½ shot size. 28 gauge: ¾ oz max, #9, #8, or #7 ½ shot size.
  • Skeet – two events will be held: 12 gauge / 20 gauge; and 28 gauge / .410 gauge.
  • Trap– two events will be held: 16-Yard Trap; and 21-Yard Handicap Trap.
  • Trap and Skeet – each event will consist of 2 rounds of 25 targets, 50 targets total.
  • Medals – Three highest scores per event, by age group, determine medal winners.

Arizona Senior Olympic event

Event Coordinator
Doug Weidman
james.weidman@pima.gov

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Shuffleboard

Events
Shuffleboard Singles
Shuffleboard Doubles
Note: Doubles players must register individually.

Dates
Monday, January 23– Men’s Singles
Tuesday, January 24–Women's Singles
Thursday, January 26–Doubles

Sites
Rincon West (January 23 & 24) - Men’s & Women's Singles
4555 S. Mission Road

Voyager RV (January 26)
8701 S. Kolb Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85706

Schedule
9 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$7.00 per singles event
Doubles players must register individually.

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. All ages compete together.

Format

  • Singles are competed.
  • Gender indifferent doubles compete.
  • Single Elimination.

Sports Rules
Arizona Shuffleboard Association (ASA) rules apply, with modifications as noted below—

  • Singles - there will be individual play with consolation. The first and second place finishers in the championship round will receive first and second place medals. First place in consolation round will receive the third place medal.
  • Partner scores are added together for each frame and totaled. First and second place finishers in the Championship bracket win first and second place medals. First place in the consolation bracket receives the third place medal.
  • Medals are given out to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each of the groups by Event Coordinator. No age determination is required. Two 1st, 2nd and 3rd place medals are given in each group of the doubles competition.
  • Players in both singles and doubles will play eight frames total, four on one side of the board and four on the other. Players will keep the same color of discs they began with by moving their discs to the opposite side.
  • Play will be continuous. No breaks, if you need a break let someone know.
  • There will be no penalties. Players must not interfere with scorekeeper.
  • If possible, referees will be placed on each board. If not, a knowledgeable player on either side of the board will referee and call the score to the scorekeeper. A player may appeal the referee's call on a close disc. The head referee will look at the disc and his/her decision will be final.
  • There will be lagging at the beginning of each game to determine who plays which color.

Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event

Event Coordinators
Singles /Doubles - Peter Palko (520) 574-5430
pcpalko@gmail.com

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Swimming

Events: Correct Order
200 Individual Medley
50 Freestyle
100 Backstroke
50 Breaststroke
100 Freestyle
50 Backstroke
100 Breaststroke
50 Butterfly
100 Individual Medley
400 Freestyle

Dates
Thursday, January 26

Site
Clements Center
8155 E. Poinciana Dr

Schedule
10 am start time

Check-In
½ hour before event time

Fees
$8.00 per event

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.

Format

  • The order of events is subject to change due to event participation.
  • All events are timed finals.
  • Each participant may compete in a maximum of 4 events.

Sports Rules U.S. Masters Swimming (USMS) rules will govern swimming events.

  • Any swimmer who uses any improper methods in order to gain an advantage over his/her competition will be disqualified from the event.
  • Starts - the forward start may be taken from the starting blocks, the pool deck or a push from the wall. The backstroke start is taken from the wall. Each competitor will be allowed one false start. A second false start will result in disqualification.
  • Turns - the breaststroke and butterfly must be done with both hands touching simultaneously. The backstroke requires some part of the swimmer to touch the wall at each turn while the freestyle require some part of the body to touch the wall.
  • Butterfly - the appropriate stroke must be attempted. The whip kick or dolphin kick may be used exclusively or interchangeably while doing the butterfly stroke at any time during the race.
  • Breaststroke - appropriate stroke must be attempted.
  • Freestyle - any stroke may be swum.
  • Backstroke - appropriate stroke must be attempted. Stay on back except one stroke to wall for turns.
  • Medley - the order of strokes in the individual medley is butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke and some stroke. Rules of the individual strokes govern turns.

Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event

Event Coordinator
Maria Novak
791-5785

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Table Tennis

Events
Table Tennis—Singles
Table Tennis—Doubles
Table Tennis—Mixed Doubles

Dates
Friday, January 27 - Singles/Dbls/Mixed Dbls (50-70+)

Site
Armory Senior Center
220 S. 5th Ave.

Schedule
Singles—10:00 am start time
Doubles—1 pm start time

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$7.00 per event
Doubles team must register as individuals

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately.
    2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.
    3. Doubles teams must register as individuals.
    4. Each participant must wear a solid, dark colored shirt.
    5. Each player must bring his/her own racket.

Format

  • Singles, doubles and mixed doubles flights are competed.
  • Tournament format is dependent upon number of participants.
  • Games are 3 out 5 - up to 11 points.
  • Ball is spherical, with a diameter of 40mm.
  • Weight of ball is 2.7 gm.

Sports Rules
U.S.A. Table Tennis Association (USTTA) rules apply.

Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event

Event Coordinator
Jennifer Gonzalez (520) 791-2507

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Tennis

Events
Tennis Singles
Tennis Doubles
Tennis Mixed Doubles

Dates
Wednesday, January 25 / Dbls, Mixed, & Singles
Thursday, January 26 / Doubles & Mixed Dbls
Friday, January 27 / Doubles & Mixed Dbls

Site
Jim Reffkin Tennis Center (formally the Randolph Tennis Center)
50 S. Alvernon Way

Schedule
Each event’s schedule is dependent on the number of participants. Draws and match times will be posted online at www.reffkintenniscenter.com and at the Jim Reffkin Tennis Center pro shop by Friday, January 20.

Check-In
½ hour before match time

Fees
$7.00 for singles
Doubles team must register individually

Entry Regulations

    1. Men and women compete separately (except for Mixed Doubles).
    2. Competition will be grouped by USTA standards of Senior (50-59yrs.) Super Senior (60-69yrs.) and Ultra Senior (70yrs+)
    3. Participants must register individually.

Format

  • Dependent on number of participants who register for the event, the Event Coordinator will adjust or combine age divisions to best accommodate those registered for the event and the playing schedules.
  • There will be no age averaging in doubles – doubles teams will compete in the age group of the youngest player.
  • Match times will be posted on the internet at www.reffkintenniscenter.com, Friday before competition. A hard copy of the draw will be posted at the Reffkin Tennis Center. However, the Tennis Center is not responsible for phone confirmation of your times. You are responsible for checking your match time and checking in ½ hour prior to match start.
  • The format of matches will be - 2 out of 3 sets, match tie break in lieu of the third set (first one to 10 points, win by 2 points). In the event of larger draws or time constraints an 8-game pro set will be played instead.
  • Draws will include consolation match play – providing at least 2 rounds for all participants.

Sports Rules
U.S. Tennis Association (USTA) rules apply.

Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event

Event Coordinator
Meghan Houk (520) 791-4896

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Texas Hold 'em

Events:
Texas Hold ‘Em

Date:
Wednesday, January 25

Site:
Archer Center
1665 S. La Cholla Blvd

Schedule:
10:00 pm Start Time

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$7.00 per event

Entry Regulations

  1. Men and women compete together.
  2. All ages compete together.
  3. “Regular” – six rounds, four hands per round.
  4. You must use Individual Entry Form
General Information
  • Blinds will go up every 15 min but may be shortened at the discretion of the Tournament Host.
  • No sharing of chips. One player per hand.
  • No coaching or advising another player during play. All-in hands will be turned up after all betting has ended.
  • Misdeals shall be re-dealt.
  • If player must leave early, his/her chips will be returned to the tournament host.
  • All players should play to win - no side deals or soft play is allowed.
  • Tournament host's ruling is final.

Sports Rules
Robert’s Rules of Texas Hold ‘Em Poker volume 11

Event Coordinator
Fred Rogers (520) 981-9374

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Track & Field—Running Events

Events
50 Meter Dash
100 Meter Dash
200 Meter Dash
400 Meter Dash
800 Meter Run
1500 Meter Run
400 Meter Walk
1500 Meter Walk

Date
Saturday, January 21

Site
Pima Community College West Campus

Schedule
12 pm - running events

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$8.00 per event

Entry Regulations

1. Men and women compete separately.
2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.

Format

  • Order of events will be dependent on the number of participants.

Sports Rules
USA Track & Field (USATF) rules will apply with the modifications listed below—

  • A competitor's second false start in a running event will result in disqualification of the competitor from that event.
  • Running events will have priority over field events. Should you be competing in a track event and a field event at the same time, please check into your field event and then proceed quickly to the running event that has been called.
  • Tennis shoes and ¼" spikes will be allowed. All shoes will be checked. No bare feet or hard sole shoes allowed or you will be disqualified.
  • Any competitor who is disqualified for unsportsmanlike conduct is ineligible for further participation in the meet and forfeits any award.
  • Each competitor is solely responsible for promptly reporting for each event entered and at the place designated for any field event. Field event participants must report in to the appropriate field event judge prior to competing in a time-conflicting running event.
  • All competitors are to remain in the bleachers and off of the track/field when not competing. When competitors' event is called they are to then report to the "Bull Pen" area and will be taken to their event by meet personnel.
  • Ties - any ties among field event contestants who tie for first, second and /or third within each age/gender group will be resolved by determining the better of the second best attempt of the tied competitors.
  • Racewalking - a progression of steps so taken that unbroken contact with the ground is maintained. One foot on the ground at all times. (Thou shalt not run).
    • During the period of each step, the advancing foot of the walker must make contact with the ground before the rear foot leaves the ground.
    • The supporting leg must be straight (i.e. not bent at the knee) for at least one moment when in the vertical upright position.
    • Failure to adhere to the above definition of racewalking will result in disqualification.
    • Clothing—must not cover the knees or impede the decisions of the Judges in any way.

Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event

Event Coordinator
Joe Stubbins
(520) 791-4931
Joseph.stubbins@tucsonaz.gov

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Track & Field—Field Events

Events
Discus
High Jump
Javelin
Pole Vault
Running Long Jump
Standing Long Jump
Shot Put

Date
Saturday, January 21

Site
Pima Community College West Campus

Schedule
9 am - field events

Check-In
½ hour before start time

Fees
$8.00 per event

Entry Regulations

1. Men and women compete separately.
2. Competition will be in five year increments beginning with 50–54.

Format

  • Order of events will be dependent on the number of participants.

Sports Rules
USA Track & Field (USATF) rules will apply with the modifications listed below—

  • Discus throw - you will be allowed two warm-ups and three official attempts.
    • 1.5 kg for men under 60 years of age
    • 1.0 kg for all women and men 60 years and older
  • High Jump - warm-up jumps allowed. Competitors allowed a maximum of three attempts to successfully clear each successive height.
  • Javelin - competitors allowed two warm-ups and three official attempts. Must be thrown with one hand only, and the hand must remain on the grip until the javelin is released.
    • 800 gm for men under 60 years of age
    • 600 gm for men 60 years of age or older
    • 400 gm for all women
  • Running long jump—competitors will be allowed two warm-ups and three official attempts. Running start only to scratch line. Measurement of the jump is made at a right angle from the scratch line to the nearest break in the landing area made by any part of the body.
  • Shot Put - competitors will be allowed two warm-ups and three official attempts.
    • The shot put must be held with one hand from above the shoulder. The hand and the shot must remain above the level of shoulder at all times.
    • 6kg for men under 60 years of age
    • 5kg for men 60-69 years of age
    • 4kg for men 70 years of age and older
    • 3kg for women
  • Standing Long Jump - competitors will be allowed two warm-ups and three official attempts.
  • A jump is attempted with both feet parallel, behind the scratch line. Measurement of the jump is made at a right angle from the scratch line to the nearest break in the landing area made by any part of the body.
Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event Event Coordinator

Event Coordinator
Joe Stubbins
(520) 791-4931
Joseph.stubbins@tucsonaz.gov

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Volleyball

Events
Coed, Men’s, Women’s

Dates
Saturday, January 7 - Men's/Women's
Sunday, January 8 - Coed

Sites:
Men’s & Women’s-UofA Campus Rec
Co-ed TBA

Schedule
8:30 am Start Time

Check-In 30 min before match start time

Fees
$175.00 per Men’s & Women’s team
$150.00 per Coed team

Entry Regulations

    1. Team Entry Form must be completed by the Coach/Manager and submitted with the team's entry fee, roster and completed waiver form.
    2. Men and women compete separately.
    3. Competition will be 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+ and 75+.
    4. Team roster is limited to 15 players
Format
  • Dependent on the number of teams.
  • Age divisions may be combined in an attempt to allow every team to play.
  • If there is only one team in an age division, this team must play an exhibition match to receive their medals.
  • 1 set to 25 in pool play with a 27 cap (2 sets if time permitting)
  • Tournament play: Double elimination with full match in winner’s bracket. All matches in “loser’s” bracket will be 1 game to 25.
  • Awards will be distributed within each division (even if divisions are combined).
Sports Rules
USA Volleyball standard rules apply.
  • Rally Scoring – a point is awarded after every serve. The team who wins the rally will get a point. A team does not have to serve to receive a point.
  • Let (NET) Serve: the ball may touch the net while crossing it.
  • The ball may not touch the antenna.
  • Substitutions: 12 substitutions are the maximum permitted per team per game. Unlimited individual entries.
  • End Lines: teams are no longer required to go to the end line before changing playing areas and benches.
  • Shirts do not have to match but teams must have shirts with number in front and in back.
  • To Maximize play, be on court and ready to play when referee starts match or risk forfeit of points or game. Games will start 6 min after previous game.
  • Net Height:
    • Age 50-54 / 7'11 5/8"
    • Age 55+ / 7'9 5/8"
    • Women all ages / 7'2 1/8"

Arizona Senior Olympic and National Senior Games event

Event Coordinator
Mele Ferreira (520) 837-8131

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