August 3-10, 2013
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA
Hosted by the Dwarf Athletic Association of America

The largest sporting event in history exclusively for athletes with dwarfism

days until the Games. Are you ready?

Host Communities

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East Lansing, Michigan

East Lansing is located directly east of Lansing, MI, the state's capital. The population was 48,579 at the time of the 2010 census. It is best known as the home of Michigan State University. Learn more from the City of East Lansing web site.

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Lansing, Michigan

With over 114,000 residents, Lansing is the fifth largest city in Michigan. Lansing (a.k.a. the "Capitol City") is the state capitol of Michigan. The five largest employers in the area are the State of Michigan, Michigan State University, Sparrow Health System, General Motors, and Lansing Community College. Lansing boasts numerous cultural and recreational opportunities. Learn more from the City of Lansing, Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau, and Greater Lansing Sports Authority web sites. 

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Mason, Michigan

Mason is a growing town of over 8,000 people located just south of the state capitol of Lansing. Quiet neighborhoods, a historic downtown, rural charm, affordable homes, a strong sense of community pride, a high-quality school system, and convenient access to the Lansing area are a few of the attributes that make Mason a great place to live and work. Learn more from the City of Mason Chamber of Commerce web site.