Athletes from around the state will compete in Dubuque this weekend, January 22-24, celebrating the 2021 Winter Iowa Games presented by Grinnell Mutual. Youth Hockey and Youth Volleyball along with Soccer and Martial Arts for both adults and youths will be held at various venues around the community.

However, as mentioned on the Iowa Games website, the challenges and uncertainty that COVID-19 has presented will prevent the Iowa Sports Foundation and the Iowa Games from appropriately planning, organizing, and producing the events safely. In consideration of the health and well-being of all athletes, volunteers, officials, and staff, they have canceled some of the Winter Iowa Games events.

The following events have been cancelled and will not be held during the 2021 Winter Iowa Games:

Basketball (Adult)
Basketball (Youth)
Fat Bike Race
Indoor Paddling
Indoor Rowing
Indoor Triathlon
NASP | Atlantic
NASP | Central City
Table Tennis
Volleyball (Adult)

The following events are still on as planned or are still being finalized:

*January 18 – 31 - Walk (Virtual)
*January 18 – February 21 Swimming (Virtual) & Track (Virtual)
*January 23-24:
Archery NASP (Ottumwa)
Cross Country Skiing
Ice Hockey (Youth)
Indoor Soccer
Martial Arts
Trapshooting (Harlan only)
Volleyball (Youth)
*January 23 – February 21
Road Race 5K (Virtual)
*January 30-31
Alpine Freeride
Alpine Skiing
*February 6
*March 7:
Figure Skating -
Light Saber (February 13 or 20)
Trapshooting (Ackley) — will be held in March

Registration is still open for many of these events listed above, for more information and to get signed-up go to Follow all of the Winter Iowa Games action on Facebook and Twitter. Here's a schedule for this weekend's events:

The schedule for the main weekend of the Winter Iowa Games presented by Grinnell Mutual is now available.

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Posted by Iowa Games on Wednesday, January 20, 2021

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