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We have over 4.5 million athletes of all ages with intellectual disabilities around the world.
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The world’s largest sports and humanitarian event in 2017 will be the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Graz and Schladming, Austria.
Sports teams mixing people with and without intellectual disabilities are fun for everyone.
The last track and field qualifier will be held at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island on Saturday, May 7th. Join us as 350 athletes participate in order to compete for the State Summer Games. Opening Ceremonies will be at 8:45am.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Chris HopkinsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 401-349-4900
Join us as 360 athletes and unified partners from 18 teams across the state participate in 6 weeks of league-play games at Bryant University under the direction of the Bryant University Women's Volleyball team and Johnson & Wales University under the direction of Johnson & Wales Men's & Women's Volleyball teams. Weekly games lead up to the Unified Volleyball Tournament which will be held at Bryant University on Saturday, May 7th. Opening Ceremonies will be at 8:45am and games begin at 10am.
Come and cheer on our athletes during our Area 16/Panhandle Spring Games as they demonstrate their courage and determination during a day of sport competition. This event will be held on May 7th in Boys Ranch, Texas. Support our athletes and experience sports in its truest form. For more details please use the contact information below.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Mitch TybroskiEmail: email@example.comPhone: 806-374-7171
The Kansas Unified Sports League will host its culminating tournament. KC area high schools, middle schools and adults will compete against teams of similar age and ability. Teams are comprised of Special Olympics athletes and volunteer partners who work together to enhance their skills and form friendships. Exemplifying that "Together, we will achieve."
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Clint ArmisteadEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 913-236-9092
Come and cheer on our athletes during our Gulf Coast Area 22 Spring Games as they demonstrate their courage and determination during a day of track and field competition. This event will be held on May 7th at Dickinson High School in Dickinson, Texas. Support our athletes and experience sports in its truest form. For more details please use the contact information below.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Pam Hollaway Email: email@example.comPhone: 281-218-6024
Come and cheer on our athletes during our Greater Houston Area Spring Games as they demonstrate their courage and determination for a day athletics and soccer competition. This event will be held on May 7th at Strake Jesuit College Preparatory School in Houston, Texas. Support our athletes and experience sports in its truest form. For more details please use the contact information below.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Renee KlovenskiEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 713-290-0049
Come and cheer on our athletes as they demonstrate their courage and determination on the field during a day of softball competition.
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Come and cheer on our athletes as they demonstrate their courage and determination during a day of bocce competition.
Come and cheer on our athletes during our Area 14 Spring Games as they demonstrate their courage and determination for a day athletics competition. This event will be held on May 7th at ACU Stadium in Abilene, Texas. Opening Ceremonies starts at 9:30 a.m., followed by competition. Support our athletes and experience sports in its truest form. For more details please use the contact information below.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Luann ChastainEmail: email@example.comPhone: 325-677-3200
Come and cheer on our athletes during our Area 19 Spring Games as they demonstrate their courage and determination for a day sport competition. This event will be held on May 7th at Burges High School in El Paso, Texas. Support our athletes and experience sports in its truest form. For more details please use the contact information below.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Catherine Waradzyn Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 915-533-8229
Come and cheer on our athletes during our Area 20 Spring Games as they demonstrate their courage and determination for a day sport competition. This event will be held on May 7th at Comalander Stadium (Blossom Athletic Center) in San Antonio, Texas. Opening Ceremonies will start at 8:30 a.m., followed by competition. Support our athletes and experience sports in its truest form. For more details please use the contact information below.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Ms. Shawn BrittEmail: email@example.comPhone: 210-530-9898
Join us May 7th at BNSF in Fort Worth, Texas as our Area 10 and Area 11 athletes compete and show their skill in cycling competition. Come and cheer on our athletes and witness the power of sports. For more details please use the contact information below.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Cheryl BledsawEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 817-332-3433
Registered athletes from the South Central Region will compete in Track & Field events. The event will take place at Wichita Collegiate School.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Ali BarnardEmail: email@example.com
The Helen of Troy Warehouse Outlet will be having its Charity Sunday on May 8, 2016 to benefit Special Olympics Texas Area 19. Helen of Troy products will be sold at discounted prices! Part of the proceeds for this day will benefit the Greater El Paso Area 19.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Marsha Baray Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 915-533-8229
You’re invited to attend our Nutrition Seminar Series, hosted by Samantha Nuzio, RD from ShopRite/Wakefern! : Portion Control, Restaurants & Vending Machines
For more informationContact: Andrea PicarielloEmail: AP@sonj.orgPhone: 609-896-8000
The Family Health Forum will focus on sports nutrition, concussion education and conditioning and sport safety. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to TeamLink@BarnabasHealth.org! Use the phone number below or email email@example.com with any questions.
For more informationContact: Andrea PicarielloEmail: TeamLink@BarnabasHealth.orgPhone: 609-896-8000 ext. 26
Area 1 will be having its annual Victory Dance on May 13, 2016 at Sharyland High School. All delegations are invited to join in dance, fun and music. If you have any questions please use the contact information below.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Lauro GarzaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 956-630-3434
Come and cheer on our athletes during our Area 04 Regional Cycling Competition as they demonstrate their courage and determination for a day cycling competition. This event will be held on May 13th at Royal Purple Raceway in Baytown, Texas. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. Opening Ceremonies begins at 9:00 a.m. Competition beings at 9:30 a.m. Support our athletes and experience sports in its truest form. For more details please use the contact information below.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Aaron Keith Email: email@example.comPhone: 713-290-0049
Join us on Friday, May 13, 2016 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. at the Detroit Athletic Club for an inspiring morning with the athletes and friends of Special Olympics Michigan.
Here you will learn more about the many amazing programs Special Olympics Michigan offers and how your contribution can change lives and change society's perceptions of children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
The event agenda is as follows: 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 a.m.: Networking, Registration; 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.: Program and Breakfast; 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.: Support and commitment with continued networking
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Taylor BaroliEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 248-291-4494
A maximum of 50 athletes with intellectual disabilities will pair up with 50 athletes without intellectual disabilities to compete in this annual sailing event. The event is taking place in association with Olympus Nederland and Ronde Tafel (www.rondetafel.nl).
For more informationContact: Rachel RichardsonEmail: email@example.com
Join us May 14th at Bishop Carroll High School in Wichita, Kansas as our athletes from the South Central Region compete and show their skill in tennis competition. Come and cheer on our athletes and witness the power of sports. For more details please use the link and contact information below.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Ali BarnardEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 316-253-4202
Make your reservations now for the 3rd Annual Orange Blossom Dinner for Special Olympics New Jersey sponsored by the Riverton Law Enforcement Torch Run. There are TWO seatings for this event: 5:00pm and 7:30pm. Prices are $25/adult and $8/child. Call today to make your reservations!
For more informationMore DetailsPhone: 856-303-8700
Join us for this annual fundraiser sponsored by the Ridgefield Police Department PBA Local 330. Tickets cost $55/person and will get you a comedy show, beefsteak dinner, beverages, and chances for cash and merchandise raffle prizes! Attendees must be over 21 years old. Tickets sold in advance ONLY by calling Greg at (201)943-5213.
For more informationContact: GregPhone: 201-943-5213
Texas Sand Games supports Special Olympics Texas. Your participation helps provide year-round sports training and athletic competition, inclusion, and health programs for children and adult athletes. Opening Ceremony for Unified division will be 11:00am and all other divisions are expected to start no earlier than 1:00pm with a staggered start.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Kristie CroneEmail: email@example.comPhone: 512-943-9981
The Heart of Texas Area will host the Area Tennis Competition on May 14. Competition in Singles, Doubles, Unified, and Individual Skills will be held. Opening Ceremonies will begin at 9:00 a.m.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Tommy Smith or Claire McFerran Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 254-230-4824
Enjoy an evening of gourmet food and good company while supporting Special Olympics Iowa. To reserve your table, please use the contact information below.
For more informationPhone: 515-986-5520
Haskell Indian Nations University is the venue location for the State Powerlifting Competition. Athletes will compete in Deadlift, Bench Press and Squat. Opening Ceremonies begin at 9:00am.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Tim RehderEmail: email@example.comPhone: 913-236-9290
The Greater Fort Worth Area Tennis Competition will be held on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at Richland Tennis Center. Registration begins at 8:00 a.m., Opening Ceremonies begin at 8:30 a.m. with competition beginning immediately after.
Special Olympics Texas – Area 18 is holding their Soccer Competition on May 14, 2016 at the location listed below. This event will begin with Opening Ceremonies at 9 a.m., followed by competition.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Hannah SimmonsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 432-684-5024
Annual Howard County invitational softball tournament. Skills, Unified, Traditional competition. Raffle w/ prizes, Opening Ceremony, Police color guard, matched team play/ round robin competition, official umpires/ scoring, lunch for athletes/ coaches/ volunteers, team photos.
For more informationContact: Dave FaganEmail: email@example.comPhone: 410-489-0630
Come and cheer on our athletes during our Summer Games as they demonstrate their courage and determination over 8 days of sport competition. This event will be held from May 17-26; at Catholic University and other sport arenas in Washington, D.C. Support our athletes and experience sports in its truest form. The Summer Games is one of the largest Special Olympics District of Columbia events. Over 1000 athletes along with coaches, volunteers, chaperones, family members, and spectators attend each year. The Special Olympics District of Columbia programs are offered at no cost to the athletes or their families. Our Summer Games are proudly presented by Brookfield, our Presenting Sponsor.
For more informationMore DetailsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 202-408-2640
Norma's Cafe is proud to host officers from the Dallas Police Department and athletes from the Special Olympics Texas again this May to raise money through tips and a portion of Tuesday the 17th's sales! After a few years of our #TipACop we are hoping to make 2016 even more successful! Tip A Cop is an event where local law enforcement agency officers serve Norma’s Cafe customers in order to raise awareness of Special Olympics Texas. All three Norma’s Cafe locations will participate in the event from 7:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., and a portion of the day’s sales will benefit Special Olympics Texas as well as the tips collected for the officers (just don't forget your server!). We are hoping to raise even more money than the past few years, so please mark your calendars to join us for breakfast or lunch on Tuesday, May 17th! If you cannot make it out, please consider donating directly at http://www.sotx.org/donate/ LOCATIONS: Norma's Cafe Oak Cliff (Bishop Arts Area) 1123 W. Davis Dallas, TX 75208; Norma's Cafe North Dallas (Trinity Mills & the Tollway) 17721 N. Dallas Pkwy Dallas, TX 75287;
Norma's Cafe Frisco (Center of Preston Ridge) 8300 Gaylord Pkwy Frisco, TX 75034
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Katy AndersonEmail: email@example.comPhone: 972-820-5871
It's the ultimate tug of war challenge... and a GREAT team-building event! Gather a team of 10 and join in the Laredo Fire Truck Pull Challenge. Your team will play "tug of war" with a 47,000-lb fire truck on May 18. The teams with the Fastest Team Pull and Most Money Raised will be named the 2016 Fire Truck Pull Challenge Champions!
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Maribel Santoya-MacielEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 956-712-2144
The 11th Annual Area Eleven Golf Scramble is coming up on Thursday, May 19. This is our largest fund raiser that helps make sure we can offer quality training and competition for over 1,600 Area Eleven athletes. If you would like to be a hole sponsor, donate to our silent auction or enter a team for a fun afternoon of golf, please contact us at email@example.com.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Kathy CovingtonEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The most exciting time of the year is inching closer. The three-day event brings more than 2,600 athletes from all around Iowa for fun and exciting competition. For more information call please use the contact information below.
Against the backdrop of the breath taking setting of St Peter's Oratory in Rome, Special Olympics will demonstrate the power of sport to create a Unified world. Teams from all over Italy and Europe made up of athletes with and without intellectual disabilities, will compete in the Special Olympics 5-a-side Unified Football Tourney from May 20th to May 22nd. The teams will come from Hungary, Lithuania, France, Poland as well as four teams from Italy: Team Piemante, Team Lazio, Albano Primavera and Team Sardegena. Each team is made up of nine players (5 Special Olympics athletes and 4 team mates without intellectual disabilities). The teams will also be accompanied by 24 coaches and 50 family members cheering them on.
For more informationContact: Stella VernoleEmail: email@example.com
There’s nothing quite like a Special Olympics equestrian competition! Equestrian helps develop coordination, balance, fitness, discipline and is a life-long recreational activity. Athletes may compete English or Western style riding, and well as individual and drill team events. Together, horse and athlete can achieve grace, courage and greatness that neither can alone. The bond between athlete and animal is inspiring to see.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Sidny HarkerEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 512-835-9873
Join us May 21st at Wichtia Swim Club in Wichita, Kansas as our athletes compete and show their skill in aquatics competition. Come and cheer on our athletes and witness the power of sports. For more details please use the contact information below.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Chris BurtEmail: email@example.comPhone: 913-789-0337
A fun filled outing, featuring: 18 holes of golf, Two carts per foursome, 100% pay out on skins, Hot dogs on the turn, Dinner, prizes and awards, Great raffle items and additional, special contests will also be available. Use the link below to register.
For more informationRegister HereContact: Randy ColemanEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 517-740-3887
It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in our 33rd Annual Golf Scramble to benefit Special Olympics Area 19. You don’t have to be a golfer to come and enjoy the surroundings, meet some of the athletes or help raise funds for a very worthwhile cause. Cost is $75 per player entry fee if you register by May 16, $85 per player after the May 16 deadline. Schedule of Events: 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM Putting Green & Driving Range. 7:30 AM Registration. 8:00 AM Tee Off (Shotgun Start). 2:00 PM Dinner, Awards, 50/50 & Raffle Drawings. Sponsorship Opportunities are also available.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Mark UmlaufEmail: email@example.comPhone: 313-220-1379
Area 16-Panhandle will host a Tennis Competition on May 21, 2016. This event will be held at the Austin Tennis Courts. Registration will be at 9:00 a.m. with competition starting immediately after.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Mitch Tybroski Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 806-374-7171
Area 16/Panhandle will host a Soccer Competition on May 21, 2016 at the Pitch at Buffalo Sports Park at WTAMU in Canyon. Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. and Opening Ceremonies at 9:30 a.m. Competition will begin immediately after Opening Ceremonies.
Put the Pedal to the Medal and bike your way around the Texas Motor Speedway to benefit Special Olympics Texas athletes in the Dallas/Fort Worth area!
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Alex Thieroff Email: email@example.comPhone: 817-332-3433
It's the ultimate tug of war challenge... and a GREAT team-building event! Gather a team of 12 and join in the Duncanville Fire Truck Pull Challenge. Your team will play "tug of war" with a 55,000-lb fire truck on May 21. The teams with the Fastest Team Pull and Most Money Raised will be named the 2016 Fire Truck Pull Challenge Champions!
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Doug RayEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 214-943-9981
Come get your cars cleaned at this 4th Annual Car Wash fundraiser to benefit Special Olympics New Jersey! Donations will be accepted. Sponsored by FOP Lodge 57 Torch Run. The rain date for this event, if needed, will be May 28th.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Jim LameEmail: JimLame1971@gmail.com
The entire European football community unites to promote more respect and inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities in the game of football. About 450 events happen in 50 countries across the region with participation at 55,000. Top European Clubs and players give their backing.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Mirek KrogulecEmail: email@example.com
Law enforcement agencies from the El Paso area will run the Flame of Hope from the community to Arlington, Texas for the 2016 Summer Games.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Marsha Baray Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 915-494-1326
There are many exciting volunteer opportunities at Summer Games, from cheering at the finish line on the track to having fun with athletes between competitions at Athlete Village to dancing the night away at the Victory Dance. You’ll never forget your experience at Summer Games – you’ll be inspired and changed for the better.
Law enforcement agencies from the San Antonio area will run the Flame of Hope from the community to Arlington, Texas for the 2016 Summer Games on May 27, 2016.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Anna Twitty Email: email@example.comPhone: 210-530-9898
Every year UEFA host a four day festival celebrating the best of the beautiful game of soccer. And each year this event includes a 5-a-side tournament between Special Olympics footballers. The purpose is to demonstrate to the European football communities the skills and capabilities of athletes with intelletual disabilities. The 2016 event will take place in the stunning setting of the courtyard of the Castello Sforzesco in Rome, Italy. On May 26th, 30 athletes will play on a 5-a-side astro turf pitch set up there.
This free four day event includes entertainment, music and football themed events. There will be photo exhibition of the best football photography from across the region. It will include images from Special Olympics events.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Alessandra SannaEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us May 28th at Thomas A. Robinson Stadium in Nassau, Bahamas as our athletes from New Providence (Nassau), Abaco, Grand Bahama and Eleuthera compete and show their skill in athletics competition (track & field). Come and cheer on our athletes and witness the power of sports. For more details please use the contact information below.
For more informationEmail: email@example.com
Through Cop on Top help and support Special Olympics Iowa athletes May 29,2016 in Altoona, Ankeny, and Des Moines. Law enforcement officers and volunteers will be stationed outside of popular retail or grocery stores. (ALL DAY)
Get your tickets for this annual fundraising event at Ellery's Grill in Middlesex. This event features an all-you-can-eat pasta dinner, live entertainment and a Super 50/50 Cash Raffle. Tickets are $20/person and can be purchased by calling Ellery's at (732) 356-2444 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or from the Middlesex or Dunellen Police Departments. Sponsored by the Middlesex and Dunellen Law Enforcement Torch Runs, Ellery's Grill and the Middlesex Borough Business and Professional Association.
For more informationMore DetailsEmail: email@example.comPhone: 732-356-2444
For 3 days, special Olympics Unified Football teams from all over Spain, and from 4 European countries, will gather to enjoy their favourite game in the sports facilities of one of the most important teams of the Spanish Premier League: Villarreal CF.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: David PequeñoEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: +34932174224
The State Summer Games presented by SpartanNash take place June 2-4, 2016 on the campus of Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant. The State Summer Games is the largest Special Olympics Michigan event with 2,600 SOMI athletes along with an additional 3,400 coaches, volunteers, chaperones, family members and spectators attending each year. Ten types of competition are offered at the State Summer Games each year, including aquatics, athletics, bocce, bowling, gymnastics, horseshoes, power lifting, weightlifting, volleyball, developmental athletics and motor activities training program. Athletes compete in State Summer Games after qualifying at local competitions throughout the year. The State Summer Games is one of six annual statewide competitions for the athletes of Special Olympics Michigan. The Special Olympics Michigan programs are offered at no cost to the athletes or their families. The State Summer Games are proudly presented by SpartanNash, the only Statewide Premier Gold Medal Sponsor of Special Olympics Michigan.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Aaron MillsEmail: email@example.comPhone: 989-774-4393
The following screenings will be offered at Summer Games: Healthy Hearing, Opening Eyes, and Health Promotions. The screenings are offered at no cost to all Special Olympics athletes with a current physical on file with Special Olympics Kansas. The screenings are conducted by Clinical Directors who have been trained by Special Olympics, Inc. When health issues are identified the results of the screenings are sent to parents/guardians or the adult athlete. Approximately 230 athletes will take part in the screenings.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Terri PriceEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 913-236-9092
Join us as 1,500 athletes from 60 teams participate in a weekend-long event at the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, Rhode Island. Sports offered include: Aquatics, Athletics, Bowling, Cycling, Motor Activities Training Program, Powerlifting and Soccer. Even though some competitions begin Friday, June 3rd during the day, Opening Ceremonies will be held that evening at 7:30pm.
This three day event will begin on June 3, competition will be held in cycling, tennis and aquatics. Healthy Athletes will also take place. Opening Ceremonies will be on Friday, June 3. Competition in athletics will begin on Saturday June 4 and end on Sunday June 5.
Garden of Life presents its inaugural 5K race on June 4th: the Garden of Life Sun Run 5K Challenge, a race for runners and walkers of all ages, at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The race features a 5K (3.1 mile) scenic route along the famous Champion Course, home of the PGA Tour’s The Honda Classic. Along with the race, the Sun Run is a community event for all ages! The event features local organic farmers with fresh produce, Garden of Life product samples, the Street Team from local radio station WRMF, a Diaper Derby for all of our young athletes, and more! Did we mention that all participants will be entered to win a brand new Honda Fit car? And the prize for the top male and female finisher is $2,500 in cash each?! Join us! To register for the Sun Run 5K and/or the Sun Run Diaper Derby or for more information, please use the link below.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Lisa GalloEmail: email@example.comPhone: 561-748-2477, ext. 1
Put your strength to the test against a UPS 757 airplane weighing more than 120,000 pounds. Team awards will be given in the following categories: Fastest Pull (in each of the five divisions); Grand Champion; Top Fundraising Team; Best Team Costume. For more information using the link and contact information below.
For more informationMore DetailsPhone: 515-986-5520
We invite you to join us for the 26th Higgins Classic, a golf tournament that has become one of the most prestigious events throughout the state. The 2016 tournament will offer tips from the NJPGA, a silent auction and a raffle with tons of fabulous prizes! Your participation in this event will help support more than 25,000 athletes throughout New Jersey.
For more informationMore DetailsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The premier fundraising event for the Special Olympics Michigan State Basketball Finals is the "Athletes Like Audrey" luncheon held each spring. It honors Mike and Sue Jandernoa's granddaughter Audrey Jandernoa and other children and adults with intellectual disabilities. This year's event will be held on Tuesday, June 7 at the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel's Pantlind Ballroom from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tickets are $100 each or $1,000 for eight tickets plus a table sponsorship. For information and to purchase tickets, call Krista Paulin at (616) 583-1202 ext. 104. For gift planning or to make a gift, please contact Alison Miller at (989) 621-5580 or email@example.com or you may send your gifts to Special Olympics Michigan - 1239 76th Street SW, Suite E., Byron Center, Michigan 49315.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Krista PaulinEmail: KCPaulin@somi.orgPhone: 616-583-1202 ext. 10
Each year more than 3,000 dedicated Law Enforcement officers participate in the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run. This celebrated 26-leg journey carries the Special Olympics New Jersey “Flame of Hope” a distance of nearly 750 miles throughout the Garden State to The College of New Jersey in Ewing, where it ignites the cauldron at the Opening Ceremony of Summer Games.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Ed DeanEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 609-896-8000
Come and cheer on our athletes as they demonstrate their courage and determination during a weekend of aquatics, bocce, gymnastics, powerlifting, softball and tennis competition.
Join us at Colorado Mesa University for the State Summer Games! Athletes will compete in soccer, track and field, gymnastics, powerlifting, and swimming. For more details please use the contact information below.
For more informationContact: Susan FoegeEmail: email@example.com Phone: 720-359-3116
Two-hundred forty athletes, both male and female, are expected to compete in the Invitational 7-a-side Football Tournament "Baltic Cup" at the Kedainiai arena. The athletes will gather from 12 European countries.
For more informationContact: Vaiva CojocariEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The event will be hosted by Sefhare Primary School and it will take place at Mmutle Primary School grounds. Participants will arrive at sefhare on June 23rd and the official opening will be on June 24th at 9:00 AM. There will be a motorcade before the official opening ceremony. Participants will compete in track events, jumps, football, volleyball, netball and walks. The event will end with awarding of medals,certificates and other prizes.
For more informationContact: Emmanuel KenosiEmail: email@example.comPhone: +267 76277853/ +267
Before the BBQ's, parades and fireworks...RUN with Lady Liberty! Join Special Olympics New Jersey for the only official race around the Statue of Liberty. Registration is limited to 500 runners, so reserve your spot today.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: David ReedEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for this multi-day fundraising event to benefit Special Olympics New Jersey. Law Enforcement and Civilian Divisions will compete in this Motorcycle Skills competition and is conducted by members of the NJ Motorcycle Officers Training Association. Competition is $60/person. Competition schedule is as follows - July 7-8, Practice and Eliminations / July 8 (6:30pm), Comeptitors BBQ / July 9, Finals / July 9 (7:00pm), Competitors Awards Banquet. Awards Banquet is $10/competitors and $25/guests. Contact Tommy Johnson at email@example.com for competition information. We are also looking for merchandise vendors for July 9 from 9am to 1pm and is $50/space. Contact Tom Zapf at Tdog58@verizon.net for more vendor info.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Sue ParsonsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 609-896-8000
This 50 mile escorted motorcycle ride to benefit Special Olympics New Jersey will begin at 9:15am at the Bergen County Harley-Davidson and end at the Willbrook Mall in Wayne, NJ where Motorcycle Skills Final Competition will be in progress. Advanced mail-in registration discount is $25/rider, $15/passenger. Onsite registration is $30/rider and $20/passenger. Contact Rich Croland at email@example.com for more information.
The sixth edition of Kim Källström Trophy will be played between 17 and 21 July 2016. 30 teams, including Unified teams, from all over the world are expected to compete. The Kim Källström Trophy is a co-operation between Gothia Cup, Special Olympics and Swedish national player Kim Källström.
For more informationMore DetailsEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: +46 (0) 31-50 67 80
Coaches weekend is a chance for coaches to become certified in multiple sports, as well as a chance to network with staff and other coaches. Saturday will feature the opportunity to become certified in 2 sports, a keynote speaker, and a bowling social. Sunday we are offering a soccer clinic, figure skating clinic, clinicians training, or an additional sport certification.To register, use the link below.
For more informationRegister hereContact: Kellie MurphyEmail: email@example.comPhone: 989-774-7204
The Charles E. Watson Softball & Golf Tournament will be held in Wichita, Kansas at two locations. The Golf competition will be held at the Sierra Hills Golf Course on Friday, July 29th. The Softball Competition will be held at the Two Rivers Youth Club on Saturday, July 30th and Sunday July 31st.
The third Special Olympics Ukraine Open Games will involved two days of competitions in nine sports including: Swimming, 5-a-side Football, Floorball, Table Tennis, Unified Basketball, Bocce, Kayaking, and Open Water Swimming. Delegations from across Ukraine as well as other European countries will compete in the Games taking place in the UNESCO Heritage city of Lviv, in central Ukraine.
The Games are co-organised by the public youth organisation NGO SAMI.
For more informationContact: Andriiy PorodkoEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gymnastic coaches for Special Olympics across Europe will gather to share best practice and strategise on how to develop the sport further across the region.
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The State Fall Games offers a high profile, exciting event for approximately 1,600 Special Olympics Michigan athletes to showcase their skills in Flag Football (Chrysler Proving Grounds in Chelsea), Soccer (Independence Park in Canton), Cycling (Chrysler Proving Grounds in Chelsea), Softball (Canton Softball Complex in Canton) and Golf (Eagle Crest Golf Course in Ypsilanti).
Join us October 29 at Gage Bowl in Topeka, Kansas as our North Central Area athletes compete and show their skill in regional bowling competition. Come and cheer on our athletes and witness the power of sports. For more details please use the contact information below.
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At the Healthy Athletes event at the Fall Sports Classic, the following disciplines will be offered: Opening Eyes, Special Smiles, Healthy Hearing, and Health Promotions. These screenings will be offered free to all athletes who have a current physical on file at Special Olympics Kansas. Screening forms are sent to guardians if health issues are identified so a follow-up with their health care professional may be made. Each discipline has a Clinical Director who recruits volunteers to assist with the screening.
More than 1,200 athletes, coaches and chaperones from 46 counties take part in the State Poly Hockey & Unified Bowling Finals each year. Poly Hockey takes place at Eastern High School and Fieldhouse in Lansing on November 12-13. The Unified Bowling Finals take place on November 12 at Royal Scot Lanes.
Backed by FIBA Europe and Euroleague Basketball, the aim of Special Olympics European Basketball Week is to expand opportunities across Europe for adults and children with intellectual disabilities.
Approximately 900 athletes, 350 coaches/chaperones & 500 volunteers participate in the State Winter Games each year. Competition includes Alpine Skiing, Cross Country Skiing and Snowboarding at Schuss Mountain at Shanty Creek Resort in Bellaire; Speed Skating and Figure Skating at Howe Ice Arena in Traverse City; and Snowshoeing at Grand Traverse Resort and Spa in Acme.
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