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Please scroll down to select your State and learn about the respective games. If you are looking to Register please click on your state for more information. The NSGA is comprised of 51 members and 2 associate members, each with a State Games that serves as a qualifier for the National Senior Games. All athletes that participate in The Games must qualify at a State Games. If you are looking to participate in the National Senior Games please click on your state, or associate member game, or any state where you would like to compete and learn more!

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State Games Calendar

Version : September 29, 2017 
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State Games Contact List

Version : September 29, 2017 

Michigan

Michigan

Organizer

Michigan Senior Olympics

Dates

August 11-20 2017

Location

Rochester

Mailing Address

650 Letica Drive Rochester, Michigan

Zip Code

48307

Contact Name

Becky Ridky

Contact Phone

248‑608-0250 or 248-608-0252

Contact Email

[email protected]

Website

http://www.michiganseniorolympics.org

Individual Sports

Archery - Badminton - Billiards - Bocce - Bowling - Cycling - Dance sport - Golf - Horseshoes - Pickleball - Powerlifting - Race Walk - Racquetball - Road Race - Shuffleboard - Swimming - Table Tennis - Tennis - Track & Field - Triathlon - Ice Hockey (Winter only)

Team Sports

Basketball - Softball - Volleyball

Out of State Participants

Yes


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