Jerusalem senior Olympics opens Monday

By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
November 6, 2005 22:06

Who said sports are for the young? The second annual Jerusalem seniors Olympics opens Monday in the capital, the city said. The two-day sports event for seniors, aged 60 plus, is expected to draw 1,000 people, and will include a 10-km race at the city's Givat Ram sports campus. The oldest participant in the city's senior Olympics is 93-years-old, the municipality said.



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