Join us at Michigan State University to compete in Michigan Victory games, a four-day event filled with fun and competition. You have the option to come as part of an MVG team or to register as an independent athlete. Either way, we are excited to have you! Game on!

and that's just on day one.

Determination. Adversity. Teamwork. Victory.

- Caitlin

MVG means to me being able to play sports with friends, who I call my family. I really love being competitive with other athletes from different teams. I have been doing this for over 10 years. 

"Friends who i call my family"

- Jeff

The experience of the MVG games is always one of the highlights of my year for obvious reasons, but also because it presents an opportunity for those of us who have disabilities to be seen as whole people, not just a diagnosis. The MVG weekend is filled with all kinds of different accomplishments (both athletically and personally) none of which would be possible without the help of a great team and a fabulous group of volunteers/new friends to join me.

"an opportunity for those of us who have disabilities to be seen as whole people"

- Carter

Michigan Victory Games has the best volunteers and the encouragement you guys give me keeps me competing and coming back.

"best volunteers and encouragement."

- alan

The victory games are a blast! It is a mix of fun and competitive competition with an emphasis on good sportsmanship. Everyone here is like a big family! 

"Everyone here is like a big family!"

- alice

I started on the Grand Rapids Eagles Sports Team when I was 10 years old. I’ve been on The Grand Rapids Eagles Sports Team for 29 years. My team practices every Tuesday nights during the school year and that is nice to see my friends during practice. I love going to Michigan Victory Games because I get to participate with other athletes in Michigan and I get to see all of my friends that I only see once a year.

"it's nice to see my friends during practices."

athlete & event information

  • Individual & Team Boccia
  • Bowling
  • Cross Country
  • Cycling
  • Hand Cycling
  • Powerlifting
  • Slalom
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Track & Field 


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.


Classification must be done prior to the Games or arrangements to be classified on-site must be made with Games Director IN ADVANCE. There will be one date set for all new athletes and all junior athletes to attend to be classified or re-classified. There may be a fee for classifications to be done closer to your area. Classification will NOT BE PROVIDED ON SITE at the MVG unless otherwise approved by Games Director ahead of time.


We want to make sure everyone's ideas are heard. Athletes, if you have any concerns or questions please feel free to reach out to the athlete representative Jonathan Bowie at

Athlete Representative Contact