The World Dwarf Games are the largest international sporting event held exclusively for athletes with dwarfism. Its goal is to attract athletes with dwarfism from around the world to participate in sports.

Sport & friendship

Athletes of all ages and every level of ability will be encouraged to participate in team and individual sports and explore their own athletic abilities with others of similar stature. Participants also can take part in special events to celebrate international understanding, promote awareness of the dwarf experience worldwide, provide on-site clinics for athletes and sports professionals and introduce participants to elite athletes with dwarfism, many of whom have participated in international competitions such as the Parapan Am Games and Paralympics. The aim is to provide the participants, their families and supporters, a welcoming and supportive environment for excellent sport competition while providing opportunities for forging lifelong friendships.

Impressions of the WDG 2017

in 2017 more than 450 athletes from 17 nations took part in the WDG taking place in Guelph, Canada. The Games were organised by the Canadian WDG Committee.