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News - March 9, 2012

Bay Area Senior Games take center stage

Palo Alto, Stanford to also host California senior state championships

by Sue Dremann

Each morning at 5:20 a.m. John Guislin, 61, dives into the pool at Stanford University's Avery Aquatic Center. A Stanford Masters swimmer, building stamina and strength, Guislin is preparing for competition in the 2012 Bay Area Senior Games, which starts in venues at Stanford and Palo Alto Friday, March 9.

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Posted by traffic issues?, a resident of Adobe-Meadow
on Mar 9, 2012 at 9:39 am

Will there be any road closures or traffic issues because of this event? Seems to be very low profile this year compared to last time.

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