Rocky Mountain State Games

Rocky Mountain State Games


The Rocky Mountain State Games (RMSG) is Colorado's largest multi-sport festival for athletes of all ages and athletic abilities, including those with physical disabilities or visual impairment. The 2018 Rocky Mountain State Games will be held July 20-22 & 27-29, primarily in Colorado Springs, Colorado at premier venues including: Olympic Training Center, National Strength & Conditioning Association, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Colorado College, Memorial Park and other venues in the Pikes Peak Region.

Interested in adding a sport to the 2019 Rocky Mountain State Games lineup? 
Click here to review and fill out the 2019 RMSG Sport Application.

2018 Rocky Mountain State Games Sports:   

Air Hockey Figure Skating Shooting
Archery Flag Football Soccer- High School
Armwrestling *Golf Softball - Slow Pitch
Badminton Great Inflatable Race Stand Up Paddleboard
Baseball - High School *Horseshoes Swimming
Basketball: 5x5, 3x3 Inline Hockey Table Tennis
Billiards Inline Speed Skating Taekwondo
*Bowling Lacrosse Tennis
Color in Motion 5K Mutton Bustin' Track & Field
Cricket Orienteering Triathlon (Indoor)
Cycling - Criterium, Road Race, Time Trial Pickleball Ultimate Frisbee
Cycling - Track Powerlifting Volleyball - Beach
Disc Golf Racquetball Volleyball - Grass
Diving ROAR Urban Adventure Race Volleyball - Indoor
Field Hockey Roundnet (aka Spikeball) Weightlifting

        * New sport for 2018


Rocky Mountain State Games is excited to partner with the Rocky Mountain Senior Games to co-host 14 Senior Games sports in conjunction with State Games competitions and grow participation in senior and master divisions for athletes ages 50+ years old. To register for archery, badminton, bowling, cycling, indoor volleyball, horseshoes, racquetball, softball, swimming, table tennis, tennis or track & field, please visit the sport pages linked above. For general information on the Rocky Mountain Senior Games or for other Senior Games related events, please visit 

The State Games concept was developed in New York in 1978 with the Empire State Games. Annually, more than 400,000 athletes compete in State Games nationwide. State Games is recognized by the National Congress of State Games, a member of the United States Olympic Committee, feature various sports from the Olympic and Pan American Games programs as well as sports with regional popularity in each state. 


For more information, contact us at 719.634.7333 or email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .   

The Rocky Mountain State Games has partnered with TrueSport, a program powered by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency to teach athletes the values and life lessons learned through sport. TrueSport seeks to ensure a positive youth experience by educating athletes, parents and coaches about clean competition, sportsmanship, and peak performance. Become a part of the TrueSport movement by visiting our website for out more information.    



Check out the Pikes Peak Region YMCA and Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Leagues going on NOW and get geared up for the Rocky Mountain State Games! 

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