Medal Winners by age group included:
40-45: Gold Medal-Joseph Baca, Concord- score of 474
55-59: Gold Medal –Young Ching Yeh, Nashua-score of 368
60-64: Gold Medal-Glenn Graham, Bedford -score of 327
Silver Medal-Paul Yankowskas, Londonderry- score of 295
70-74: Gold Medal-Bobby Strong, Concord-score of 617
Silver Medal –Guy Marcoux, Goffstown -score of 435
75-79: Gold Medal –Harry Turner, Nashua-score of 356
Silver Medal-Dave Baldessari, Candia-score of 285
80-84: Gold Medal-Louis Griebel, Nashua-score of 440
Silver Medal –Edward Brooks, Salem-score of 268
55-59: Gold Medal –Shari Marston, Milford-score of 466
80-84: Gold Medal-Katherine Griebel, Nashua-score of 368
The 2017 New Hampshire Senior Games continue through Labor Day and receive support from major sponsor Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. Supporting sponsors include: John Castelot Financial Planning, Lamprey Health Care and Havenwood Heritage Heights. To learn more or register for upcoming events, please visit www.nhseniorgames.org.
About the New Hampshire Senior Games
The mission of the New Hampshire Senior Games (NHSG), formerly known as the Granite State Senior Games (GSSG) is to promote, organize and effectively develop physical challenges, as they relate to the NH Masters Athlete and the 50+ population of the state of New Hampshire, undertake related activities benefitting the well-being of adults as appropriate and focusing on the development of active and healthy lifestyles. Our mission is accomplished by encouraging fitness and by providing athletic competition in a variety of sports, clinics and creative pursuits.
Founded in 1987, Granite State Senior Games, Inc. is a not-for-profit (501c-3) all volunteer sports and fitness organization governed by a Board of Directors. The Granite State Senior Games’ (GSSG’s) sporting events are now known as the New Hampshire Senior Games (NHSG). We are New Hampshire’s premier multi-sport event for the 50+ population. NHSG is the only New Hampshire organization in the state to be sanctioned by the National Senior Games Association (NSGA) to qualify senior athletes for participation in the National Senior Games held every two years. To learn more, please visit www.nhseniorgames.org.