Michigan Victory Games is four days of non-stop fun, friendships, and surprises. More than that, it’s packed with competition for those with physical disabilities – individuals who want to go head-to-head with others who have the same level of competitive spirit. Over the years, Michigan Victory Games has qualified athletes to compete in Paralympics, World Games and the National Sports Festival.

Lodging for athletes and coaches is provided on Michigan State University's campus, with easy access to the cafeteria, sporting events, and social activities. Meals for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday are included.

Sign up as an individual athlete, start a team in your area, or join one of our existing teams across Michigan.

 


Power Lifting
Slalom
Swimming
Table Tennis  
Track & Field 

Events
Individual & Team Boccia
Bowling
Cross Country
Cycling
Hand Cycling


Eligibility
Athletes age seven and up, with a primary physical disability (with or without a cognitive disability) are able to compete. Diagnoses may include: 

  • Spina Bifida
  • Stroke
  • Traumatic Brain Injury 
  • Amputee
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Muscular Dystrophy

All athletes must be classified prior to participating. Contact the Games Director, Stella Husch via phone at 248.922.1236 or by email at StellaH@StriveRTS.com


Cost

The base cost includes food, 3 days (Friday-Sunday) of lodging, and venue expenses. Please contact us for exact prices and more information

Required:

$30 membership fee.

Optional:
$10 per athlete for recreational bowling.
$16 per car for 4 days. Parking passes need to be pre-paid and assigned. There are no passes available at the event. 

*Teams may charge additional fees to cover the cost of transportation, uniforms, practices, etc.

Pre-registration is due early February 2018