Sports are a great avenue to pursue at any age, and we know that organized sports have proven to be the catalyst for many great benefits. Involvement in sports provides so much – discipline, hard work, sacrifice, and teamwork.
Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organization. We continue to create opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities (athletes) to compete free of charge, while welcoming other members of the community to join our movement.
Browse the list of sports and sport-seasons below and take the next step in your Special Olympics journey.
Winter (January – March)
Basketball, Speed Skating, Figure Skating, Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing, Snowboarding, Alpine Skiing
Spring (April – June)
Athletics (Track and Field), Gymnastics, Motor Activity Training Program (MATP) Powerlifting, Soccer and Swimming
Summer (June – August)
Tennis, Softball, Golf, Cycling, Bocce
Fall (September – December)
Volleyball, Flag Football, Bowling