Q: Where are the 2018 Indiana State Games being held?
A: May 17 - 25, 2018 events include: Badminton, Basketball 3 on 3, Bowling, Celebration of Athletes, Cycling, Disc Golf, Horseshoes, Non Ambulatory Horseshoes & Shuffleobard, Pickelball, Power Walking (New), Racquetball, Race Walk, Recreation Events, 5K Road Race, Shuffleboard, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Track & Field. May 17 - 25 events will be held in Evansville, IN.
Q: Where do I register for the Indiana State Games?
A: Register Here Jan 15 - May 1, 2018.
Q: Are the Indiana State Games the same as the Indiana Senior Games?
A: YES. The name has changed to Indiana State Games, but they are the same games as in years past called the Indiana Senior Games.
Q: Is there more than one qulifying site in Indiana?
A: NO. The Indiana State Games is the only qualifying event for Indiana. While there are other Senior Games in various cities, Indiana State Games - Fit and 50 is the only qualifying locaiton in Indiana that will qualify an athlete for the National Senior Games to be held in Albuquerque, NM in June, 2019.
Q: Is there a paper registration form for the 2018 Indiana State Games?
A: Yes, there is a paper form you can fill out and mail in. Paper form you can print and mail in postmarked by May 1st or there is a $5 late fee.
Q: Can I send in photo's of previous games?
A: Absoutely! With permission from participants in the photos, please send in your pictures.
Q: What is your refund policy?
A: There are no refunds for the registration fees. If refund is however approved, the amount of $10 is not refundable due to expenses paid by Indiana State games upon every registration transaction.
A: Any personal information received will only be used to fill your order. We will not sell or redistribute your information to anyone.
Q: What are your registration dates?
A: Registration information will be available January 15 - May 1st, 2018.
Q: How much does it cost to register for 2018 Indiana State Games?
A: For unlimited entry to events, the fee is $35.00. There is a $5.00 add on fee for two events that include: Swimming, Track & Field.
Some sprorting events will have additional fees to be paid onsite.*
Bowling*, 10K Road Race*, Golf*, Triathlon*
Q: How do I determine my age category?
A: Your age will be determined automatically during registration by your age as of December 31, 2018.
EXAMPLE #1: If a person will turn 50 in July, 2018, but is still 49 at the May events, the athlete will be in the 50-54 age category. The person may only be 49 when competing.
EXAMPLE #2: If you are currently 54 and will still be 54 during the events, but you will turn 55 anytime in 2018 year you will be in the 55 - 59 age category.
Q: What are the age categories?
A: Age categories are in 5 year increments for individual events; 50-54, 55-59. 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, 85-89, 90-94, 95-99, 100+ Team sports age categories determined by the youngest participant on the team; 50+, 55+, 60+, 65+, 70+. 75+ and 80+ 85+ (85+ Basketball Only)
Q: Are there any events that Indiana State Games does not offer that are official qualifying events for the 2019 National Senior Games?
A: Yes, there are two events that Indiana does not offer:
Indiana will not host Softball and Hammer Throw.
Q: I have a quesiton not answered here. How do I contact Indiana State Games?
A: Call 812-297-9568 - Leave a message or send a text
Q: How do I qualify?
A: Persons that place in the top four of most individual sports in their age category and gender, will qaualify for National Senior Games to be held in June, 2019 in Albequerque, NM. An athlete that is not a resident of Indiana may participate in the Indiana State Games, however they cannot displace an Indiana Athlete. The out of state athlete can qualify in Indiana.
See NSGA rules
Qualifying games are responsible for determining qualifiers at their games and for advising the NSGA who has qualified. NSGA qualifying games that permit and encourage participation by out-of-state residents are classified by the NSGA as “open.” (Note: This should not be confused with “limited” events.)Each event allows for a specific number of qualifiers. If out-of-state residents qualify at an“Open”qualifying games, they will not take away a qualifying spot from a state resident.“Open” games may qualify the number of state residents specified for each event in additionto the out-of-state qualifiers.The NSGA definition of an athlete’s state of residence is that state in which the person resides for at least six months out of the year.
Q: Where are the 2019 National Senior Games being held?
A: The Games will take place in Albuquerque, NM.
Q: When can I expect my registration information?
A: NSGA will begin mailing and emailing registration information in the Fall of 2018. Please continue to check our website at www.NSGA.com for updated information.
Q: When will the detailed schedule with event dates and venues be available?
A: A detailed schedule will be available on the 'Schedule of Events’ page in the Fall of 2018 and sport specific schedules can be found on the 'Competition Schedule' page. Age specific competition start times will not be available until after registration closes in the Spring of 2019.
Q: What sports will be offered at the 2019 National Senior Games?
National Senior Games Questions?
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