FootGolf is making its debut at the Meijer State Games this summer. Learn more about what FootGolf is and why you should consider coming out to play.
Grand Rapids, Mich., May 23, 2018 – The 2018 Meijer State Games of Michigan − Summer Games will offer 39 sports at 49 different venues with an estimated 8,000+ athletes. The Meijer State Games of Michigan continues to add events to the lineup, which allows people of all age, gender and ability to compete. There are 30 days left until the Opening Ceremony (June 22) scheduled to take place on the main weekend of June 22-24.
The ninth annual Meijer State Games of Michigan main weekend is less than two months away which means now is the time to start preparing for the three-day, sports filled weekend. As athletes register and train to compete in their sport, here are a few ways you can start to prepare for this summer's Meijer Games.
Grand Rapids, Mich., May 15, 2018 — The Meijer State Games of Michigan will showcase three new sports at the 2018 Summer Games. The three sports that will be added to the Summer Games lineup this year are: Footgolf, BB Gun/Air Rifle/Air Pistol and Archery Tag. The Meijer State Games of Michigan is now offering over 40 sports in this year’s event lineup.
Grand Rapids, Mich., May 10, 2018 — Local singer, Macy Krupiczewicz, won the Meijer State Games of Michigan National Anthem Contest sponsored by Heglund-Sova Realty. Krupiczewicz will perform at the summer games opening ceremony on June 22, 2018 at East Kentwood High School in front of an estimated 6,000 people.
The national anthem contest sponsored by Heglund Sova Realty, Inc. has a winner. The Meijer State Games of Michigan welcomes Macy Krupiczwicz(Krew) as the opening ceremony national anthem singer.
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In his 20-year swimming career, Peter Vanderkaay experienced a great deal of success. Peter won championships at every level of competition, including NCAA Championships at the University of Michigan, four victories at the World Championships, and gold medals at both the 2004 and 2008 Olympics.
Once Tia Brooks finally decided to give shot put a try, there was no turning back. Brooks has now competed on the USA Olympic team and on two World Championship teams. She got her shot put start at East Kentwood High School in Kentwood, Michigan where she was a member...
As the Meijer Dietician and Healthy Living Advisor for Indiana and Northwest Ohio, Melissa Hehmann is qualified to give nutritional advice to people with all sorts of specialized needs. While athletes may not be the first group that comes to mind as far as populations with special dietary requirements...
If you want to watch Frank play ball these days, you’ll have to cheer along with his grandchildren as he takes the field for the Highland Park Baptist Church softball team. And, if you’re fortunate enough to speak with Frank before or after the game and ask him what it takes to be a great pitcher in the big leagues, he’s likely to tell you one of the following five things.
Few people involved with the sport of field hockey know more about winning than Marcia Pankratz. After turning in one of the most impressive player resumes in the history of American field hockey – including appearances in the World Cup and Olympics – Marcia has coached the University of Michigan field hockey squad to multiple Big Ten Championships, along with a NCAA National Championship victory in 2001.