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It’s a place where you’re not just a spectator, but an active participant, rekindling your own spirit for sport.

Imagine a place where the benefits of sport burst into life for all to experience – welcome to The GOOD Games. This is not your everyday festival; it is a vibrant arena where everyone can dive into dynamic sports challenges, witness elite and amateur athletes in thrilling competitions, and even rub shoulders with sports heroes.

It’s a place where you’re not just a spectator, but an active participant, rekindling your own spirit for sport.

CENTERPIECE OF THE FESTIVAL

Ever since Beach Volleyball debuted as a medals sport in Atlanta in 1996, it has been one of the most popular spectator sports of the Olympic Games. The GOOD Games is offering this thrilling experience to our audience as former Olympians, National Champions, and Pro players compete on a professional, Olympic calibre beach volleyball court built right in the heart of the Festival. With music and a DJ, this event is one of the main audience attractions and highlights of The GOOD Games.

FREESTYLE SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIPS

Freestyle Soccer is an awesome display of acrobatic and athletic moves performed with a soccer ball. The combination of creativity, imagination and ball control captures the audience’s attention everywhere. The GOOD Games will be home to the Canadian Freestyle Soccer Championship. Witness the magic of football like never before as the best freestyle soccer talents in Canada showcase their breathtaking skills.

TRADITIONAL POW WOW

A Pow Wow is a place to share traditional food, arts and crafts and is a chance for Indigenous people to share their pride in their culture. Together with the Indigenous Sport and Wellness Council of Ontario, The GOOD Games will be closing off the weekend with a spectacular Pow Wow. Bask in the joyful reclamation of traditional dances and songs, and sense the palpable pride of Indigenous dancers, drummers and singers as they embody the power of Pow Wow.