Colgate Women’s Games

The Colgate Women's Games is the largest U.S. amateur track series for girls and young women. For 40 years, this organized track program has helped girls and young women develop self-esteem, value teamwork and discover the importance of education.

More than 11,000 registrants compete in the Colgate Women's Games each year, beginning with preliminary meets and semi-finals, followed by the event finals, where athletes compete for trophies and educational grants-in-aid from Colgate-Palmolive.

Founded in 1973, the Colgate Women's Games continues to promote health, well-being and academic success for girls and young women.