The National Senior Games is the largest multi-sport qualifying event in the entire world, and the one community with the most competitors at the games is The Villages, Florida. The Villages sent more than 300 athletes to Ft. Lauderdale and returned with more than 150 medals, which is more than 36 states! Along with our friends at Florida Blue Medicare we celebrated these masters athletes by bringing in world-renowned portrait photographer Mike Dunn to capture their stories and share the inspirational example they are all setting.
Capturing the Spirit of National Senior Games Athletes in The VillagesIn
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