Host City

Wyoming has been hosting the Senior Olympics since 1986 and joined the National Senior Games Association in 1987. Each and every year, the games get bigger and better. They are becoming well known throughout the region as being one of the best in the United States.  Games have been held all over Wyoming and they can come to your town (again) too!

The Wyoming Senior Olympics Board of Directors invite Wyoming communities to host this inspirational group of athletes by bringing the Games to your town! The games continue to be popular and draw a large number of participants and their friends and family to the host city. 

You can host the official WSO summer games and/or the winter games (non WSO).  Proposals are accepted for two year periods.  The second year of the Summer Olympics is a “qualifying year” for the National Senior Games held every two years in a host city in the United States.   

The Wyoming Board of Directors will only consider proposals which include written cooperation of the local Parks and Recreation Department and/or the local Senior Center.  Cooperation of these entities is vital to the success of the Senior Olympics.  At least one representative of the Host City will become a member of the Board of Directors.

You can read the

-  Host City Guidelines and Agreement

Guidelines for preparing a proposal 

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