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PHOTO GALLERY: Competing at the Show-Me State Senior Games

Monday, June 14, 2010 | 12:17 p.m. CDT; updated 10:43 p.m. CDT, Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Lynn Longseth and Jackie Johnston compete in the ballroom dancing competition at the Show-Me State Games on Saturday morning.

Senior athletes from across the region spent the weekend competing at the Show-Me State Senior Games.

Ed Wakner, of Topeka, Kan., competes at the Show-Me State Senior Games on Saturday.
Members of a Topeka, Kan., softball team gather together before their game at the Show-Me State Senior Games on Saturday.
Jim Ahearn of St. Louis and Craig Yager of Columbia fight over the ball at the Show-Me State Senior Games in the men's soccer over-50 division on Saturday
Members of South St. Louis FC take a rest during an injury timeout Saturday.
Steven and Jean Abernathy, front, and Steve Reichlin and Carla Johnson waltz on the dance floor during the ballroom dance competition at the Show-Me State Games on Saturday at the Christian Fellowship Church. The Abernathys, who said they have been dancing for three years, competed in the waltz, tango and foxtrot as well as the championships. Reichlin and Johnson, who said they have been dancing for six years, competed in the waltz, tango and foxtrot, cha-cha, rumba, and east coast swing.

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