shorter guys, and my story about the Worst Date in West Hollywood History hasn't dissuaded you from their pursuit, check out the World Dwarf Games, held every four years by the International Dwarf Athletic Federation and the Dwarf Athletic Association of America.
In 2013, they were held on the campus of Michigan State University (East Lansing, MI). 395 athletes from 17 countries competed in 15 sports, including archery, badminton, basketball, powerlifting, swimming, track & field, and volleyball.
Milan Grahovac (left), the founder of the Serbian Little People's Association, won a gold medal in swimming.
18-year old Vivek Bhagria, who won in the adult soccer division, also plays soccer for his college team in Winnipeg, Manitoba. And ultimate frisbee.
The IDAA forbids discrimination based on sexual orientation, so gay athletes and spectators are welcome.
It hasn't announced the location of the 2017 World Dwarf Games yet, but keep checking the website.