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Carlo Wolff and Fumio Yoshikawa during a break in the table tennis action. (WCPN)
Carlo Wolff and Fumio Yoshikawa during a break in the table tennis action. (WCPN)

As many as 10,000 athletes from across the country — ranging in age from 50 to 90 plus — are gathering in Cleveland, Ohio, to compete in the 14th National Senior Games.

The games, which get underway tomorrow and run for two weeks, include competitions in 19 sports, including cycling, swimming and track and field. There's also badminton, bowling and Bocce ball.

From the Here & Now Contributors Network, David C. Barnett of WCPN reports on a how a few of the participants are preparing for their events.

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  • David C. Barnett, reporter and producer for WCPN in Cleveland.

This segment aired on July 18, 2013.

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