National Congress of State Games

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National Congress of State Games
Ncsglogo.jpg
Sport Multiple sports
Category Amateur
Jurisdiction United States
Abbreviation NCSG
Founded 1988 (1988)[1]
Affiliation United States Olympic Committee
Headquarters Colorado Springs, Colorado
President Barclay Kruse [2]
Secretary Jeff Scully
Operating income 2010 Revenue: $31,902 2010 Expenses: $22,651 [1]
Official website
www.stategames.org

The National Congress of State Games is a nonprofit organization consisting of 31 Summer State Games and 10[citation needed] Winter State Games; in addition, there are four State Games with developing memberships in the NCSG. The Congress is part of the United States Olympic Committee and organizes the State Games of America, an Olympic-style multi-sport event in which athletes who have won a medal in their home state's Games are eligible to compete.[3][4][5]

Member Games[edit]

State Games with Developing Membership in the NCSG[edit]

Former[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Guidestar Info on NCSG
  2. ^ NCSG Contact Us page
  3. ^ National Congress of America About Us page Archived May 20, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  4. ^ "About". www.stategames.organization. National Congress of State Games. Retrieved July 18, 2015. 
  5. ^ "Member States". www.stategames.org. National Congress of State Games. Retrieved July 18, 2015. 

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