The tradition continues at the 30th Anniversary of the Sunflower State Games. The annual multi-sport festival will take place July 12-14, 19-21 and 26-28 in Topeka. Kansans of all ages and skill levels are invited to participate in more than 40 different sports. Over 7,500 athletes are expected to come to the capital city from all four corners of the state for the opportunity to bring home the gold. Last year over 7,000 athletes competed in 47 different sports with particpants ranging form 3 to 92 years old. Over half were under the age of 18. The events will take place at 30 different venues and will include sports like baseball, basketball, corn hole, disc golf and pickleball to name a few.
Registration is open for anyone who want to partipate in this years games.