Event Sponsorship

The Authority has hosted over 275 major national and international events during its tenure. They have included the Inaugural 2000 Winter Goodwill Games, the ESPN Great Outdoor Games (July 2000, 2001 and 2002), World Championships in Freestyle Skiing and 11 Bobsled & Skeleton World Championships, and numerous world cups, national championships and international competitions.

Having invested over $150 million in venue improvements during recent years, ORDA continues to provide venues for athletes from around the world. ORDA is constantly looking to expand and improve the training facilities to ensure they continue to be among the best in the world and Lake Placid maintains its recognition as the “Winter Sports Capital of the World.”

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2022 ECAC Men's Hockey Championship

If you like the excitement and fast action of hockey, there is no place better to see it than Lake Placid, New York–the Winter Sports Capital of the World! Come see the best in the NCAA Division I Ice Hockey Schools from the Eastern College Athletic Conference compete for the ECAC championship title.



*2021 Oktoberfest DATES & DETAILS COMING SOON*

Summer Jumping Series @ The Olympic Jumping Complex

Presenting sponsor for one week of Summer Jumping Series – 7 weekly sponsors available. The summer jumping series includes Wet n’ Wild Wednesdays and Soaring Saturdays.

Summer Skating Series at the Olympic Center

Presenting sponsor for one week of Summer Skating Series – 6 weekly sponsors available. Summer Skating Series includes Freaky Friday and Saturday Night Ice Shows.

Freaky Friday: A fun skating competition judged on entertainment value only by local “celebrity” judges. Held most Friday afternoons at 4:30 p.m. during the summer in the 1932 Jack Shea Arena

Saturday Night Ice Shows: These highly entertaining Ice Shows are performed most Saturday evenings in the summer at 7:30 p.m. Figure skaters from around the country and the world perform their competitive program, routine or group number under the sport lights in the 1932 Jack Shea Arena.