July 15, 2023 at the National Senior Games


Last Updated on July 16, 2023

It was another great day at the 2023 National Senior Games in Pittsburgh! Team GB is thrilled to bring you coverage of all the action, presented by Caring Transitions. Today, we caught up with Kay Glynn who picked up pole vaulting in her 50s. Now in her 70s, she’s continues to win medals and set records. Plus, we met the women who make up Team Barbados who have attended every senior games since 2005, a family of competitors three generations strong, and a runner who competes in honor of her late husband, whose only wish was that she never give up.

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