The Dairyland Games are the first and only regional event in Wisconsin allowing athletes with physical and visual disabilities to qualify for the Adaptive Sports USA Junior Nationals. The games were originally created to provide an opportunity for local Wisconsin athletes to compete in Junior Nationals when it came to Middleton in 2016, but the ultimate goal is to increase awareness and availability of adaptive sports everywhere.
Entering it's third year, the games will once again be expanding in 2018. The first games in 2016 took place on just one day and only included track and field. 2017 saw the games expand to fill an entire weekend that included 2 new sports: swimming and archery!
Year three will see even more inprovements and opportunities with a wheelchair basketball and taekwondo clinic on Saturday. Other events include swimming, archery and track and field.
Athletes from all over the Midwest are expected to attend and anyone, no matter their experience level or where they live, are welcome to compete!
- Times: Varies by day (Please visit website)