Cheer on your favorite sport and brush up on your Olympic skills!
Every four years we all gather around to watch and support our country compete in the Summer Olympics. After it was announced that the 2020 Tokyo Olympics would be postponed until 2021 we all felt like that would be an eternity away, but, the time has finally come! Athletes are gearing up to perform on a global level and compete to see who the best of the best are in their specific event. We all might not be professional athletes but we can still pretend to be an Olympian every day and not wait every four years.
With family and friends starting to gather again why not host a watch party this year or even better – create a tournament of your favorite events with your friends! We may not have regulation style equipment but we do have regulation fun!
Twist and twirl, and watch the rainbow ribbon swirl! Create fun shapes and designs in the air with this large version of the rainbow ribbon!
Did you know? Interest in ribbons has soared since rhythmic gymnastics was introduced as an event at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Max Boom Badminton
Backyard fun! Hear the boom sound each time the birdie hits the racquet.
Did you know? Badminton was first played as a sport in the Olympics in 1992. More than 1.1 billion people watched the debut on television.
Birdie Golf is the newest game on the green. Create your own course with real golf action, any place you choose! Toss the flag out to create each hole, set the ball up on its built-in birdie tee, and 1-2-3-FORE!
Did you know? Golf was first featured in the 1900 and 1904 Olympics but was not reinstated as an event until the 2016 Olympics.
Vintage Planet Indoor Basketball
Show off your slammin' skills with the Vintage Planet Indoor Basketball set! This indoor basketball set is suitable for both children and adults - family fun is guaranteed in any room in the house!
Did you know? 2020, well 2021 will be the first year that Men’s and Women’s 3x3 Basketball will be an event.
Regular soccer goals don't pose much of a challenge when unguarded, but Action Soccer from Game Zone is goal and goalie all in one. The goal moves up to three feet side to side on its own, helping you work on your aim and control.
From novice to expert, no matter where you are in your soccer journey, Action Soccer can help sharpen your skills.
Did you know? Women’s football (soccer) was not added as an official program until the 1996 Atlanta games.
Mini Table Tennis
Serve the perfect spin ball and enjoy your victory. Perfect for family game nights! Any table becomes a Table-Tennis table with this wonderful mini set! Two miniature Table-Tennis bats, three balls and a 'stick-anywhere' net.
Did you know? Yoo Nam Kyu won the first ever gold medal in table tennis while playing at the 1988 games in Seoul, his home country.
Didn't see your event? Check this out!
Sports Trivia Challenge
"How many people make up a bobsled team?" "What is the oldest stadium in Major League Baseball?" "In what year did hockey become an Olympic sport?" When you play Sports Trivia Challenge, you'll test your knowledge on a wide variety of sports - from badminton and bowling to soccer and squash - but you don't need to know every player and playoff to score big. Sometimes a keen eye is the trick to winning!
Did you know? At least one of the Olympic Rings’ colors appears in every national flag.
Put on your country’s colors and let’s start playing!