Springboro Chiropractor Participates in Senior Olympic Track & Field Games

Posted on: September 20, 2019

Springboro chiropractor Dennis Brickner recently participated in the Ohio State Senior Olympic Track and Field Games at Otterbein University in Columbus. Dr. Brickner is shown with his 6 gold medals that he won in the high jump, the 50, 100, 200 and 400 meter dashes along with being on the winning 4 x 100 meter relay team. The Senior Olympic Games is a series of sporting events for athletes over the age of 50. Ohio Senior Olympics is the organization sanctioned by the National Senior Games Association to oversee the Senior Games movement in Ohio. Ohio Senior Olympics sanctions Senior Games competitions in the state and is responsible for the yearly Ohio Senior Olympic State Games competition typically hosted in Columbus. Senior Olympics is open to men and women ages 50 and older. The state games are held yearly; in even numbered years, the Ohio Senior Olympics State Games acts as a qualifying event for the National Senior Games, which are held in odd numbered years. Dr. Brickner has been a chiropractor in Springboro for 30 years and has been running in the Senior Olympics for the last five years and has qualified twice for the National Senior Games.