Sports fans rejoice! The Miami Dolphins and the Miami Hurricanes have reported that they will be allowing a limited amount of fans in the stands during the season opener next month.According to the report, a maximum of 13,000 fans will be allow at the Hard Rock Stadium for their game against the Buffalo Bills on Sept. 20th.“The prospect of us having full stadiums in the fall was not very high,” Vice chairman, President and CEO of the Dolphins Tom Garfinkel, said during a press conference on Monday. ” So I asked the question of the team, I said, ‘You know, is it possible to create a stadium environment where people can be socially distant and socially present at the same time?”The Miami Hurricanes made a similar announcement stating that 13,000 fans will be allowed to attending their game against UAB on Sept. 10th.Those who decide to attend the games will have to abide by Hardrock Stadium social distancing protocols. Those protocols include wearing a mask when not actively eating or drinking, no tailgating, social distancing in seating clusters, and staggered gate entry times.The Dolphins also announced that season ticket holders will have first priority to purchase tickets to the game and that it is based on their tenure. Ticket holders will also have the option to roll their payment into the 2021 season to keep their status.
Spelsberg says anyone interested in competing over the age of 55 is welcome to register, with the registration deadline set at June 6.For Track and Field, there is a full slate of events available to compete in, while those interested in Tennis have the option to sign up for either singles, doubles and even mixed doubles.This year’s B.C. Senior Games will take place in Burnaby from August 21-25.- Advertisement -If interested in competing in either of these events or looking for more information, contact Grant Spelsberg at 250-785-5733 or email him at [email protected]