Over 80% of our athletes state that competing in the Wisconsin Senior Olympics helps them stay motivated to work out and be active throughout the year. If you know of resources that would be helpful to list, please contact Mollie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wisconsin residents who are 60 (as of the first day of class) or older are eligible for audit classes free of tuition. Auditors may be required to pay segregated fees. Verification of Wisconsin resident status and age will be required. There may be some limitations on courses in which an over 60 auditor may enroll.
Depending upon the UW school in your area, you may be able to take classes like Golf, Bowling, Table Tennis and more. We often hear that our athletes take part in these classes to learn more about a sport.
Each UW System campus has a process in place to admit and register Over 60 Audit Program students. Contact the campus of interest for information. Click here for the list and contacts for each campus.
Do you need a starting point for getting involved with the Wisconsin Senior Olympics? We have several athletes who have volunteered to be a resource for people interested in learning more about joining in our games.
Susan Goss - Table Tennis, Pickleball, Powerlifting
Susan has competed in these sports and willing to talk about how to get started for people who are new to the WSO. She also is our Table Tennis Event Coordinator.
Susan's Email: email@example.com
Margaret O'Leary - Women's Badminton, Basketball, Softball and Volleyball
Margaret is happy to connect with people interested in these sports and has enjoyed helping many new participants come to the games.
Margaret's Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Wodke - Cycling, Road Race, Swimming, Triathlon
Recently named a USATriathlon Ambassador, Chris is looking to help people interested in learning more about competing in all of the components of the triathlon.
Chris's Email - email@example.com