|State Games of Indiana
What are the State Games of Indiana?
The State Games of Indiana are an Olympic-style amateur sports festival for athletes of all ages and abilities that reside in Indiana. The Games are a member of the National Congress of State Games and recognized by the United States Olympic Committee.
Residency: Participants must work in or live in the State of Indiana. College students and military personnel living in Indiana for at least 30 days may also participate.
Registration: Athletes may compete in any number of sports. Conflicts in scheduling are the responsibility of the athlete. The number of events a participant may enter varies by sport.
Age Requirements: Age divisions vary by sport. Age division eligibility is determined, in most cases, by age on the first day of competition. Proof of age may be requested by Sport Commissioner. Consult individual sport formats for specifics.
Conduct: Athletes and coaches are responsible for knowing, understanding and following the rules, policies, and code of conduct of their sport. Games organizers reserve the right to disqualify any participant from competition in the State Games of Indiana, for the following reasons:
Refunds: No refunds will be given.
Inclement Weather: Sports using outdoor sites are weather dependent. Competitions will be conducted unless the Commissioners and State Games of Indiana staff determine the weather conditions to be potentially dangerous or life-threatening. There are no rain dates; no refunds will be given.
Insurance: It is expressly understood that the State Games of Indiana does not insure against, and accepts no responsibility for personal injury, property loss or damage to the participant as a result of his or her participation. Each participant is responsible for his or her own medical insurance and must sign the release of liability waiver at the bottom of the entry form.