Get Pumped For Pittsburgh! Growing Bolder LIVE At The National Senior Games Returns In 2023


Growing Bolder is thrilled to make the 2023 National Senior Games presented by Humana the most unforgettable showcase of masters athletes the world has ever seen!

Over 12,000 masters athletes from age 50 to over 100 years old will redefine what’s possible for us all as we age when they compete in Pittsburgh, PA in the summer of 2023. As the official media partner of the NSGA, Growing Bolder will be creating an extensive media platform to cover the entire event and bring global audiences inside the experience.

But we’re not going to count medals or record results. We’re going to share inspiration! We’re going to tell the stories of the adults providing the blueprint for successful and healthy aging. We’re going to show that it is never too late to make the rest of our lives the best of our lives.

It all kicks off this summer, from July 7th-18th, 2023. Whether you’re going to compete or support a family or friend who’s in on the action, be sure to visit to learn more and take advantage of all the incredible events, restaurants, sights, and local must-visit spots as you plan your trip.

Daily Wrap Shows

Growing Bolder will be producing daily 30-minute wrap shows that will be live streamed to the Growing Bolder and NSGA social and digital platforms of more than 1,000,000 people, as well as broadcast on a nationally syndicated network of television partners.

These highlight shows will recap the biggest stories of the day, the inspirational must-see moments and interviews from the thousands of men and women competing in more than 20 different sports at the games. Growing Bolder will work alongside the University of Pittsburgh to utilize their state-of-the-art production facility and on-air TV sets to bring these captivating shows to life. 

Check out one of our daily wrap shows from Fort Lauderdale in the video below!

60 Minute National TV Special

The award-winning Growing Bolder team is proud to announce a 60 minute national TV special, Growing Bolder at the 2023 National Senior Games, coming to audiences across the country in the Fall of 2023!

This eye-opening feature style program will focus on in-depth story telling of the most inspirational and unforgettable athletes we meet at the National Senior Games. Hosted by nationally recognized broadcasters Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer, this special will show audiences of all ages what can be achieved at any age and how participation in organized sports can enrich our lives in so many ways. For more information on when and where you can watch this TV special, stay tuned to

If you missed our National Special from Fort Lauderdale, Growing Bolder at the 2022 National Senior Games , check it out in the video below!

National TV Special: Growing Bolder at the 2022 National Senior Games

Wall-To-Wall Coverage of Every Sporting Event

The Growing Bolder coverage team includes reporters, producers and videographers spread out across the Pittsburgh area providing coverage of every sport! All of our storytelling will be featured across our entire media platform, including television, website, social channels, digital and print magazines, radio shows and our Fountain of Youth podcast! Be sure to follow Growing Bolder on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and TikTok for all the latest from our time at the National Senior Games!

Click here to watch all of our stories from the world’s most inspirational athletes at the National Senior Games.

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