Sports Events to Bring 2,000+ Athletes to Greater Lansing | Sports Destination Management

Sports Events to Bring 2,000+ Athletes to Greater Lansing

Feb 23, 2024
Lansing Sports Commission Projects Significant Economic Impact

Four sports events will bring more than 2,000 athletes and additional thousands of coaches, families and spectators to the greater Lansing area in the coming weeks. The Lansing Sports CommissionTM is excited to host archery, bowling, and gymnastics events taking place at the Lansing Center, Royal Scot Golf & Bowl and Ingham County Fairgrounds.

“Greater Lansing is proud to host multiple events that bring in athletes from across the country,” said Meghan Ziehmer, Executive Director for the Lansing Sports CommissionTM. “Events like these generate significant economic impact for the region by filling our local hotels, restaurants and venues. We couldn’t make them happen without our partners and a generous team of volunteers. The public is invited and encouraged to attend these events.”

USA Archery Indoor Nationals & USA Archery JOAD Indoor Nationals

Ingham County Fairgrounds, February 23-25

More than 300 archers will compete in this national event. Indoor Nationals will have 213 archers from 18 states, while the JOAD event will see nearly 100 archers from six states.

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Knights of Columbus 82nd Annual State Bowling Tournament

Royal Scot Golf & Bowl, February 17-March 24

This four-weekend event kicked off February 17 and concludes the weekend of March 23-24. Hundreds of bowlers are anticipated to compete each weekend.

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Drop It Like It's Hot Gymnastics Invitational

Lansing Center, February 23-25

This women’s artistic gymnastics competition will have approximately 900 competing gymnasts. The event features special guest Katelyn Ohashi, and a portion of proceeds benefit Project Heal.

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NJCAA Men’s & Women’s Bowling National Championship

Royal Scot Golf & Bowl, February 29 – March 2

This is the third year that Lansing has hosted this national championship, which will include more than 40 teams and approximately 250 bowlers.

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