Welcome to Special Olympics! How much do you know about our worldwide movement? Check your knowledge with your quiz.
1) Special Olympics is well known for its world games, held every two years, alternating between summer and winter sports. Beyond the World Games, how many events were held worldwide in 2013?
2) Special Olympics first games were held in Chicago in 1968. Since then, international games have been held in major cities around the world. Which of the following cities have been host to our World Games?
3) That first Special Olympics Games in Chicago had competitions in which two sports?
4) Special Olympics athletes with intellectual disabilities number 4.4 million worldwide. What fraction of people with intellectual disabilities does that represent?
5) There are Special Olympics accredited Programs in the United States and many countries around the world. Which of the following is true?
6) Special Olympics is for people with intellectual disabilities ages 8 and older. Which of the following is true, based on 2012 information?
7) Special Olympics has grown a lot in the last several years and now has 4.4 million athletes worldwide. How many athletes were involved with Special Olympics in 2000?
8) True or false: Special Olympics is one of only two organization allowed by the U.S. Olympics Committee to use the word "Olympics" in its name.
9) The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics is our largest grassroots fundraiser. Where was the first Special Olympics torch run held in 1981?
10) "A Very Special Christmas" is an album, CD and digital series that has sold more than 2 million units worldwide since its debut in 1987. Which of the following artists were on the first album?