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January 30 - February 2, 2020
The 2020 Empire State Winter Games is a multi-day sports event hosted in New York's Adirondacks from January 30 - February 2. In its 40th year, the Games will bring together athletes from across New York state and beyond — including 15 states and three countries — to compete in over 30 winter sports events. The 2019 Games included more than 2,100 athletes of all ages, including master divisions, and the 2020 Games are expected to exceed that number.
Registration will open Fall of 2019!
You do not have to be a New York state resident to participate in the Empire State Games and most sports are open to all levels. Please navigate to your specific sport in the dropdown menu above for more information.
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A REGIONAL EVENT
The Empire State Winter Games is a community-driven event, courtesy of a partnership between the Regional Office of Sustainable Tourism (ROOST); the towns of North Elba, Wilmington, Tupper Lake, Harrietstown, Malone, and Brighton; the villages of Lake Placid, Tupper Lake, Paul Smiths, Malone, Wilmington, and Saranac Lake; the counties of Essex and Franklin; and the New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority.
Sport venues are located in Lake Placid, Wilmington, Saranac Lake, Tupper Lake, Malone, and Paul Smiths. Venues include: Lake Placid Olympic Center Herb Brooks Arena, Lake Placid Olympic Jumping and Sliding complexes, Mid's Park in Lake Placid, Whiteface Mountain, Paul Smith's College, Paul Smith's College VIC, Saranac Lake Civic Center Ice Rink, Dewey Mountain Recreation Area, Tupper Lake Memorial Civic Center, Olympic Cross Country and Biathlon Center, Titus Mountain, and Mount Pisgah.
LPECQD, Inc, a subsidiary of ROOST, is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit and is fiscally responsible for the Empire State Winter Games.
Thanks to these participating municipalities:
Town of Brighton
Essex County, NY
Franklin County, NY
Town of Harrietstown
Village of Lake Placid
Town and Village of Malone
Town of North Elba
Town and Village of Tupper Lake
Village of Saranac Lake