Albuquerque 50+ Games: 

Track Events:

Friday - Saturday May 5-6 ,2017 9:00am

Albuquerque Academy
Call PDSFC 880-2800

Track Events:

M relay (2men, 2 Women);400, 800, M est. time

Friday - Saturday May 5-6 ,2017 9:00am

Albuquerque Academy
Call PDSFC 880-2800Isleta Pueblo Games:
Competitions include: Singles/Doubles
Tuesday March 21, 2017  
1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Isleta Elder Center  
All Age Groups 

Isleta Pueblo Games:
Competitions include: (100,200,400,800) Run/Walk

100 , 200 Estimated Run/Walk,
Thursday February 9, 2017  
100 m -- 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

200 m -- 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Isleta Recreation Center  
All Age Groups 

400, 800 Estimated Run/Walk,
Thursday March 9, 2017  
400 m -- 9:30 am - 11:30 am

800 m -- 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Isleta Recreation Center  
All Age Groups

For More Info:
Contact Isleta Recreation Center & Elderly Center
Eugene JoJola   505-869-9770

Sandoval County Games:
Competitions include: Run(50M,100M,400M,

1500M, 800M, 800M Estimated Run/Walk,

400M Estimated Run/ Walk
Saturday May 13,2017  9:00 am
Location:Cuba High School Track /Field-  Cuba,NM
Contact: John Molina

Torrance County Games:
Check-In/On-site Registration-Practice & Warm-Up 
Saturday May 20, 2017  8:00 am 
​Deadline to register 5 days prior to event
Registration form

Saturday May 20, 2017  8:30 am - 1:00 pm
​Competitions include: M & W 

Runs (50M, 100M, 200M, 400M, 800M, 1500M),
400M, 800M Estimated Run/Walk,
400M Power Walk
All Events: Estancia High School Track

Contact: Jerry Melaragno 

Valencia County Games:
Competitions include: Runs (50M, 100M, 200M, 400M, 800M, 1500M),

Registration form

Saturday  April 15, 2017  8:00 am
Location: LLHS Track

For More Info:
Contact: Phil Gregory    249-1245

​​​2017 New Mexico Senior Olympic Summer Games 
Events: ​Held in Albuquerque, New Mexico​

2017 New Mexico Senior Olympics​​

​​​​This Event is Open to Out of State Participants

Track Video:

Track Clinics:
Track Events Clinic for Adults 50+
Saturday, March 25, 2017 9:00 am–12:00 noon 

Academy High School
6400 Wyoming Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109
(Registration form)​

Hosted by NM Senior Sports Foundation
PHONE (505) 299-7768, FAX (505) 271-4933 or E-MAIL:


​LINKs to Neighboring State Games :​

​​     Track is an individual as well as a team sport. Your success can also depend on your team mate, and his success, which is also dependant on the event. This promotes teamwork, bonding, and long lasting friendships. As a track competitor you tend to have healthier eating habits because your looking for the right fuel your body needs to perform at its best. As a runner you become very dedicated and disciplined to your self and to your sport. Runners are typically happier and less stressed. A positive attitude and good sportsmanship will carry you through both the wins and the losses of this sport.

Fun Facts from Wikipedia

     The sport of track and field has its roots in human prehistory. Track and field-style events are among the oldest of all sporting competitions, as running, jumping and throwing are natural and universal forms of human physical expression. The first recorded examples of organized track and field events at a sports festival are the Ancient Olympic Games. At the first Games in 776 BC in Olympia, Greece, only one event was contested: the stadion footrace. The scope of the Games expanded in later years to include further running competitions, but the introduction of the Ancient Olympic pentathlon marked a step towards track and field as it is recognized today—it comprised a five-event competition of the long jump, javelin throw, discus throw, stadion footrace, and wrestling.

Track and field events were also present at the Panhellenic Games in Greece around this period, and they spread to Rome in Italy around 200 BC. After the period of Classical antiquity (in which the sport was largely Greco-Roman influenced) new track and field events began developing in parts of Northern Europe in the Middle Ages. The stone put and weight throw competitions popular among Celtic societies in Ireland and Scotland were precursors to the modern shot put and hammer throw events. One of the last track and field events to develop was the pole vault, which stemmed from competitions such as the Fierljeppen contests in the Northern European Lowlands in the 18th century.

Track and Field Competition: