The World Games 2017 is around the corner! The 10th edition of the Games will be held in Wroclaw, Poland, 20–30 July 2017. More than 3,000 athletes from 31 sports and 111 countries will take part in the biggest sport event ever staged in Poland.
The largest number of athletes comes from the host country Poland, with 218 athletes or teams. But France is not far from this number with its 193 athletes/teams, being second largest ahead of Italy (167) in third place. Russia and Germany will both send 139 athletes or teams to Wroclaw, and the biggest non-European country is the USA with 125 athletes/teams.
The official sports at The World Games 2017 are: Air Sports, Archery, Beach Handball, Billiards, Boules Sport, Bowling, Canoeing, Dance Sport, Fistball, Floorball, Flying Disc, Gymnastics, Ju-Jitsu, Karate, Korfball, Lacrosse, Life Saving, Muaythai, Orienteering, Powerlifting, Roller Sports, Sport Climbing, Squash, Sumo, Tug of War, Underwater Sports, and Water Ski & Wakeboard.