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Dairyland Games
June 16-18, 2023

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Event Registration

We use Simply Register to collect information and sign up for events. Register for Dairyland Games by clicking one of the following links below.

 Early-Bird Registration (3/1 - 4/31) -- $75

Standard Registration (5/1 - 6/1) -- $90

Late Registration (6/1 - 6/11) - $105

**Last Day to Register for Dairyland Games - June 11, 2023 @11:59PM!**



Medical Form

Download and complete the Medical Form. This information is for use by our on-site medical team for during emergencies, injuries, or illness.  

Send completed form to:

USOPC Medical Diagnostics Form

*ONLY* complete for athletes that are requesting a classification appointment at Dairyland Games

Download and complete the USOPC National Medical Diagnostics form. Follow the instructions on the form to submit it as required.           

Why should I complete this? 

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Event Information

National Medical Diagnostics Form
**only for athletes needing classification appointments** 



Friday, June 16

Verona High School - Fitness Center



Check-In & Official Weigh-In (1 hr prior)


  • Powerlift Press 

All Powerlifting Events: Level 2​

*There are some age restrictions on certain events. Prior experience is recommended, but not required, for participation in the Powerlifting Press. Newcomers to the sport are highly encouraged to attend to learn more about the rules, regulations, and opportunities that the sport has to offer!



Hyatt Place Madison/Verona

846 Liberty Drive, Verona, WI 53593

Book your stay for the 2023 Dairyland Games with our preferred hotel, Hyatt Place Madison/Verona!

Competitive block rates will be available until May 16th, 2023. 

Click here to book via Hyatt website. 

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Saturday, June 17

Verona High School - Aquatics Center



Check-In & Warm-Ups (1 hr prior)


  • All strokes: 25yd, 50yd, 100yd, 200yd

  • IM: 100yd, 200yd

  • Free: 500yd​​


All Swimming Events: Level 2

*There are some age restrictions on certain events.  

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More Info

Athlete Information Packet

Check out the Athlete Information Packet for important details & information to know to prepare for the Dairyland Games!

Link coming soon.

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Track & Field

Track Events: Sunday, June 18

Field Events: Saturday, June 17 

Verona High School - Track & Field


Check-In & Warm-Ups (1 hr prior)

  • Track: 20m, 60m, 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, 5000m​ 

  • Field: shotput, discus, javelin, club throw, long jump

All Track & Field Events: Level 3

*There are some age restrictions on certain events. 



A History of Success

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Dairyland Games is Wisconsin's first and only multi-sport competition for individuals with physical disabilities that is sanctioned by the national leader in adaptive sports - Move United. Dairyland Games is Wisconsin's premiere event allowing athletes with physical disabilities to qualify for Move United Nationals, the largest, long-standing annual multi-sport event in the United States for youth and adults with a physical, visual, and/or intellectual impairment who are classifiable under the International Paralympic Committee’s classification system. The Dairyland Games was originally established to provide an opportunity for local Wisconsin athletes to compete and qualify for Junior Nationals, but the ultimate goal is to increase awareness, availability, and accessibility to adaptive sports in Wisconsin and across the Midwest. 

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The inaugural Dairyland Games was hosted in 2016 at Sauk Prarie High School and saw 16 athletes compete in various track & field events - setting the stage for a tremendous adaptive sports movement in Wisconsin and across the Midwest. 


Just 3 years later in 2019, the Dairyland Games proudly hosted over 75 athletes for a 3-day competition at Middleton High School, with representation from 8 different states across the Midwest! The 2019 Dairyland Games offered events in track, field, and swimming and saw over 350 event entries in total. In addition, free exhibition clinics were offered in para taekwondo, wheelchair basketball, and para cheer with the help of community partners and vendors across the state of Wisconsin. Finally, adults over the age of 22 were eligible to compete in the "adult open" division in an effort to maximize participation in adaptive sports across the lifespan and to support the dreams of Paralympic hopefuls.


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In 2023, our goal is to host over 100 athletes from 8 states across the Midwest at Dairyland Games, and we hope you can join us! No matter your background, experience level, or physical ability, we welcome you to join for a weekend of friends, fun, and fierce competition!


Event Results 2017 - 2022

Event Results
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