Meijer State Games of Michigan - 2017 Winter Games Main Weekend Details


Grand Rapids, Mich., Feb. 14, 2017 – The Meijer State Games of Michigan 2017 Winter Games main weekend of competition starts this Friday. The sports this weekend include: Archery (Indoor), Basketball, BMX (Indoor), Bowling, Cross Country Skiing, Darts, Disc Golf, Fencing, Wheelchair Fencing, Karate, Rowing (Virtual), Shooting Sports (Pistol and Sporting Clays), Ski & Snowboard, Snowball Softball, Wrestling.

 Registration is still open online for most sports. On-site registration is also available for the majority of sports. For more information and how to register, please visit

 Volunteers are still needed to help the Games run smoothly. Volunteer opportunities include assisting with operations, registration, meal delivery, set-up and tear down, as well as many more. To learn more or to sign up, visit our volunteer page    

 For specific times and venues, check out our Media Guide at

 Fatbike, Racquetball, and Winter Try-Athlon competitions have already taken place. The results can be found on our website, Swimming (Postal Meet) will continue through March 10.

 The Meijer State Games of Michigan Winter Games sponsors include: Meijer, Metro Health Sports Medicine, Subway, Lake Michigan Credit Union, MyWay Storage, Cannonsburg Ski & Ride Area, Peppino’s, Lacks Enterprises, SOS Rehydrate, The GR Shop, SIBSCO, Life EMS, Heglund Sova Realty, and Mark’s Photo & Video.

Sponsorship opportunities are always available for any budget, email for sponsorship information.

About the Meijer State Games of Michigan:
 Modeled after the Olympics, the Meijer State Games of Michigan welcomes athletes regardless of age or ability level, and embodies the values of participation, sportsmanship and healthy living among residents of Michigan. In August 2017, the Meijer State Games of Michigan will play host to the 2017 State Games of America.

 A signature event of the West Michigan Sports Commission, the Meijer State Games of Michigan is truly a grassroots organization that relies on the dedication of thousands of volunteers and the support of corporate partners.
About the West Michigan Sports Commission:
The West Michigan Sports Commission, a non-profit 501 (c) (3), works to identify, secure and host a diverse level of youth and amateur sporting events to positively impact the economy and quality of life in the region. Since its inception in 2007, the WMSC has booked 568 sporting events and tournaments that attracted 880,000 athletes and visitors, generating more than $240 million in direct visitor spending. Visit for more information.
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