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For the competitive folk = Oct 2023

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For the competitive folk = Oct 2023

Huntsman World Senior Games - St George, UT (North of Lost Wages, NV.)
Huntsman World Senior Games | Main
Age categories 50 - 100 in 5 year groupings =
Cycling has several categories, but loads of other sports:
Huntsman World Senior Games | Events

Anyone participate in these in the past?
Anyone training for any Senior Games events? Washington State has some competitions, I thunk.

Something around 33minutes for a 20k time trial would be a medal contender in the 70+ group. I might be close, tho' I did not find the time trial course profile.

edit: Mods - not affiliated and I posted here, not Events, to appeal to all us that would get lumped in a 50+ group, or even 65+ group. This gets fairness for all, if some participate - enough for the thing to continue.
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