Sheridan Wins Next Year’s Senior Olympics

Wyoming’s Senior Olympics event is coming back to Sheridan next year and the following. Arlie Johnson, who’s on the organization’s board of directors, passed on the news. He said the event was held in Sheridan in 2007 and 2008 and brought in the largest number of participants, to date, so members were interested in bringing the tournament back.

The competition’s a year out, but the board members have already begun making arrangements to stage the 24 different events at multiple locations that include the schools, senior center, college and YMCA.

Meanwhile, this year’s Senior Olympics is coming up next month in Casper, and, he said, it’s not too late to sign up as a participant. We’ve provided a link at the end of this story at The 2014 Olympics runs from July 9-12, with the kick-off triathlon set for June 28.

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