State Summer Games

Bozeman, MT

May 12-14, 2021

Starting in 2021 and ending in 2023, delegations from all across Montana will make their way to Bozeman to participate in the pinnacle event of the spring and summer sports seasons for Special Olympics Montana. Following eight weeks of rigorous practice and training, competitors are ready to show-off their talent to world! State Summer Games features eight sports, including athletics (track and field), bocce ball, swimming, soccer, gymnastics, golf, cycling, and the motor activities training program, offering opportunities for every skill level. In addition to sports, exciting special events are hosted, including the opening ceremony, a carnival and dance, Healthy Athletes disciplines, team dinners, the Olympic Village (including an ESports experience in 2021), and the closing ceremony, during which the MTN/Chevy Raffle winners are drawn.

Volunteers Needed!

We need volunteers! As a volunteer, you will be taking part in providing opportunities for athletes, unified partners, coaches, volunteers, and families from all over the state at one of the largest sporting events Montana has to offer. Sound good? There’s a role for everyone! If you are interested in volunteering, click the button below to view available opportunities!

Live Events

Press Conference

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General Resources

Games Schedule

Sponsorship Information

Mobile App

Coaches Handbook

Traditional Results

Unified and Relay Results

Team Resources

Games Contacts

Vice President of Sports– Jamie Wood. (406) 216-5327 x 101

Sports Director– Scott Held. (406) 216-5327 x 118

State Summer Games Host Locations

The State Summer Games move between host cities every three years. Below is the current rotation.

Bozeman, MT 2021-2023

Bozeman, MT 2021-2023

Missoula, MT 2027-2029

Missoula, MT 2027-2029

Billings, MT 2024-2026

Billings, MT 2024-2026

Great Falls, MT 2030-2032

Great Falls, MT 2030-2032