State Games of North Carolina

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The State Games of North Carolina (for sponsorship reasons known as the Powerade State Games of North Carolina) is an Olympic-style competition for residents of North Carolina, and a member of the State Games of America. The goal of the state games is to promote fitness, sportsmanship, and a drug-free environment to North Carolinians.

The Powerade State Games are open to anyone from North Carolina and South Carolina, regardless of age, or physical ability.

The 28th annual Powerade State Games, held in Charlotte, NC, had over 12,000 participants and 500 volunteers representing 96 of North Carolina's 100 counties.

Many famous athletes have taken part in the games including Roy Lassiter, Julius Peppers, Rashad McCants, Chris Paul, and others.

State Games of NC Sports[edit]

Host Cities[edit]

Year Host City County Location
1997 Greensboro Guilford County
1998 Greensboro Guilford County
1999 Greensboro Guilford County
2000 Raleigh Wake County
2001 Raleigh Wake County
2002 Raleigh Wake County
2003 Winston-Salem Forsyth County
2004 Winston-Salem Forsyth County|-
2005 Cary Wake County
2006 Cary Wake County
2007 Greensboro Guilford County
2008 Greensboro Guilford County
2009 Charlotte Mecklenburg County
2010 Charlotte Mecklenburg County
2011 Winston-Salem Forsyth County
2012 Winston-Salem Forsyth County
2013 Charlotte Mecklenburg County
2014 Charlotte Mecklenburg County

Future Sites[edit]

Year Host City County Location
2015 A Triangle city
2016 A Triangle city
2017 A Triad city
2018 A Triad city
2019 Charlotte Mecklenburg County
2020 Charlotte Mecklenburg County

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