Pinellas County Senior Games 50+
Welcome to Good Life Games 2024, the Premier Senior Games event in Pinellas County, Florida. Our schedule of events for 2024 includes competition in Pickleball, Swimming and Golf.
The Swimming Championships will be held on Saturday, March 9 at the Long Center in Clearwater. The meet results are Recognized by FL LMSC for US Masters Swimming. Finishing In the top four in your age bracket, event and gender qualifies you to participate in the Florida Senior Games in December 7- 15, 2024 in Florida’s Sports Coast/Pasco County.
Warm up begins at 8:15 am and the Events start at 9:00 am. Athletes may swim in up to 6 events. Athletes may swim in up to 6 events. The primary timing system will be automatic timing (Daktronics). Times will be submitted for USMS records and USGS Top Ten consideration.
The fee for swimming 6 events or less is $40
Order of Events: (Long Course Meters) 400M IM; 50M Breaststroke; 200M Freestyle; 50M Butterfly; 100M Backstroke; 200M Individual Medley; 50M Freestyle; 100M Breastroke; 200M Butterfly; 200M Backstroke; 100M Freestyle; 200M Breaststroke; 100M Butterfly; 50M Backstroke; 200M Freestyle Relays M-W-Mixed; 200M Medley Relays- M-W-Mixed; 400M Freestyle.
The Event Director for Swimming is Joannie Campbell
The Pickleball schedule will be Mixed Teams on Monday March 25th and Men's Doubles on Tuesday, March 25 at the Long Center. Women's Doubles will be held at North Greenwood Community Center on Wednesday March 27th, 8:00am-2pm.
Events include Men’s Doubles, Women’s Doubles and Mixed Doubles
The Pickleball fee is $40 for two events.
The Event Director for Pickleball is Roger Cleworth
This event will be held in April when the rates to play golf go down. More information about this event will follow shortly.
The Good Life Games is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501c3 corporation. We are dedicated to qualifying seniors to participate in the Florida Senior Games, where they can qualify for the National Senior Games. We partner with businesses and cities in Pinellas County to provide venues and volunteers.
Our annual competitions take place in February, March, and April. The Florida Senior Games offer various sports, including archery, badminton, basketball, bowling, cycling, golf, pickleball, swimming, table tennis, tennis, track & field, and more. The National Senior Games feature similar sports and also include non-ambulatory games such as bowling, cornhole, and shuffleboard.
In addition to the existing events, we are actively seeking Event Directors for dance competitions, tai chi, lawn bowling, and Texas Hold'em. If you have a passion for any of these activities and would like to contribute to our event, we would love to have you join our team.
We are also seeking sponsors who are interested in marketing to active seniors. If you are interested in supporting our cause and reaching this vibrant demographic, we would be thrilled to discuss sponsorship opportunities with you.
To make these games a success, we rely on the support of Recreation Centers, Sports Clubs, Coaches, Trainers, and Athletes who step forward and become Good Life Games Event Directors.
Lastly, we seek dedicated leaders to join our Board of Directors. If you are interested in an active senior community and willing to contribute your expertise, we invite you to join the Good Life Games.
Thank you for visiting Good Life Games 2024. Together, let's make this a year to remember!
The Good Life Games
Good Life Games of Pinellas County and twenty other Regional Florida Senior Games create a series of year-round competitive events, for athletes age 50 and over, culminating at the annual Florida Senior Games State Championships that are held each year in December.
The twenty-one regional competitions begin in January and occur throughout Florida except for May, June, July, August, and December. To participate in qualifying state events participation in one of the twenty-one regional events is required. Open events do not require qualifying at a regional site. All twenty-one of the regional competitions are sanctioned by the Florida Sports Foundation, the official sports organization for the State of Florida, to qualify participants for state-level competition. The Florida Sports Foundation (FSF) and the Florida Senior Games State Championships are members of the National Senior Games Association (NSGA).