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Chairman's Report

The New Hampshire Masters Games (NHMG) will be conducting the 28th annual summer games for competition July 3 - September 9, 2015. Once again this year we will be offering the FuseSPORT online registration system, a world class software solution that is easy to use and should make your registration process quick and smooth. This year we will be hosting eighteen (18) medal sports with approximately sixty (60) different events.

Track and field will again be held at Memorial High School in Manchester and has added a 5000m race to its track event and a weight throw to the field events. In addition, we have relocated horseshoes to Greeley Park in Nashua and racquetball to Newmarket NH.  Please click on General Information at the top of this page and it provide you with information about the sports; date, time and location.

Mission Statement

The mission of the New Hampshire Masters Games (NHMG), formerly known as the Granite State Senior Games (GSSG)  is to promote, organize & effectively develop physical challenges, as they relate to the NH Masters Athlete and the 50+ population of the State of New Hampshire, undertake related activities benefiting the well being of adults as appropriate, and focusing on the development of active & healthy lifestyles. The mission is accomplished by encouraging fitness and by providing athletic competition in a variety of sports, clinics and creative pursuits.

Who We Are

Founded in 1987, Granite State Senior Games, Inc. is a not-for-profit (501c-3) all volunteer sports and fitness organization governed by a Board of Directors. The Granite State Senior Games' (GSSG's) sporting events are now known as the New Hampshire Masters Games (NHMG).  We are New Hampshire's  premier multi-sport event for the 50+ population. NHMG is the only New Hampshire organization in the state to be sanctioned by the National Senior Games Association (NSGA) to qualify senior athletes for participation in the  National Senior Games held every two years.

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