The Virginia Senior Games strive to provide something for everyone “50 and better.” From swimming to tennis, events are chosen to include the non-athletic as well as the athletic, to accommodate all skill levels, and to promote an atmosphere of competition and fun.
The new 20,000-square-foot facility is part of the Sports Center of Richmond complex and includes a variety of climbing and bouldering walls, cardio and weight equipment, a yoga studio, raised upper deck for special events, and more.
Whether you’re running in the race, just spectating and enjoying the festivities, or looking to avoid the chaos altogether, we’ve got everything you need to know to navigate this huge annual event that pierces the Fan.
A $7.5 million lead gift from 1986 alumni Paul and Anne-Marie Queally will launch the fundraising efforts for a new men’s and women’s basketball training and performance facility at the University of Richmond, the school announced Wednesday.
Grant comes to Richmond after spending the last three seasons at High Point University. While with the Panthers, she coached a defensive unit that garnered 12 total All-Big South accolades, including a Big South Defensive Player of the Year honor.