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See Also:

  • 2005 World Games: Duisburg, Germany. Includes a calendar of events, sports featured, and announcements.
  • AAU Junior Olympic Games: Annual muti-sport event for youth in the Unites States. Includes history, ticket information, schedule, accommodation information, photos, and news. Also features registration details, location, dates, and results of prior events.
  • All Africa Games: The Official 7th All Africa Games site. History, ceremonies, comments, press release, competitions.
  • Arafura Games: Event is held in Darwin, Australia, every 2 years. General information and guide to accommodation and event schedule.
  • Australasian Public Sector Games: [Melbourne] Includes medals and enterprise points.
  • Corporate Games: A multisport festival held annually in many countries around the world. Athletes compete representing their company. Includes information and results.
  • First Pacific Games: [Cali, 1995] General information, participating countries, and presentation of the mascot.
  • Friends of Arborough Games: A Michigan nonprofit organization of volunteers sponsoring The Arborough Games, an international sports competition. Information about the games for athletes, coaches, volunteers, and sponsors.
  • Gravitygames.com: Information on Extreme Sports games, news, results, photos and videos, calendar. Includes online games.
  • International Games Archive: Alphabetical and geographical list of sport games with news, links, search, schedule, and countdown.
  • Manitoba Games: The largest ongoing multi-sport event in the Canadian province alternating every 2 years between summer and winter events. Contains eligibility requirements, event details, history of the event, past results, and registration information.
  • North American Indigenous Games: Contains news items, a description of aboriginal culture, links, venues, and sports coverage. Located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
  • Pan-Armenian Games: Multilingual site with contact, calendar, and an appeal of the organizing committee.
  • Senior Something: Senior Games: News and information about summer and winter senior games, and game schedules.
  • South Pacific Mini-Games: [Samoa] Countries, schedule of events, daily picture, and results.
  • Stockholm Summer Games: An international sport event for young people from the whole world. News, contact, event schedule, booking.
  • Ultimate Fitness Challenge: A new style of ladies competition in the Netherlands solely for ladies who have to perform in mountainbike race, swimming, steeplechase course, distance run and a number of strength sport exercises. Includes rules, contestants, highlights, and results.
  • Vilacom Sports: The Sport List of Winners: Lists of major event winners from a range of sports including soccer, basketball, handball, hockey, water polo, tennis, cycling, motor sports, and American football.
  • World Games 2001 Akita: In the summer 2001, the 6th World Games were held in Akita, Japan. This is a world-wide, multi-sports event similar to the Olympics.
  • World Medical and Health Games: Sports, accommodation, contacts, registration, FAQs, and shop.

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