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August 3, 2019–Minnesota Senior Games, St. Cloud–The 90 year old discus thrower is on a Senior Games flag
Two gold metals (Discus and Shot Put) in the 2019 Minnesota Senior Games in St. Cloud in the 90-94 age group.
The reason there are no second and third place winner is that Lowery was the only competitor in his age group

NEWS FLASH: Lowery Smith, age 90, won a gold medal for singles and doubles racquetball in the 2019 National Senior Games in Albuquerque, June 13 – 24, 2019. He also won a bronze medal in shot put and took fourth place in discus throwing.

“I still don’t know where the idea came from, but I said, ‘I’m dreaming of getting into the Senior Olympics.'” Lowery Smith, winning at life and in senior sports


YMCA July, 2019 Blog

90-year-old Lowery Smith makes fitness and his Y community a priority.

In June, Lowery Smith headed to Albuquerque, NM, for the National Senior Games. Lowery qualified at the 2018 Minnesota Senior Games to compete in four events at the National Senior Games: Discus, Shot Put, Singles Racquetball and Doubles Racquetball. And this isn’t his first time—he also competed in the same events at the 2017 National Senior Games.

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