These stories are about the power of Special Olympics to inspire hope, confidence and courage. Special Olympics changes the lives of our athletes with intellectual disabilities but also our coaches, families, volunteers and others who have the opportunity to take part.
Register now to watch Special Olympics Great Britain’s Katie Day (athlete leader) and Michelle Carney (C.E.O.) participation at the Dial Global Virtual Summit on diversity and inclusion.1 Min Read
Special Olympics Chief Marketing, Development & Communications Officer Kelli Seely was recently a guest on the FUTRSPRT podcast to discuss the Special Olympics’ collaboration with Pandora called the Special Olympics Champions playlist. She also discussed keeping athletes fit and engaged during the COVID-19 Pandemic.1 Min Read
The logo for the Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan 2022 will be determined by a design contest hosted by the Ministry of Sport of the Russian Federation in cooperation with Special Olympics Russia.1 Min Read
National Director of Special Olympics Senegal Pens Op-ED on Providing Resources to People with Disabilities during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Special Olympics Senegal National Director Rajah Sy calls for a fully inclusive response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa.1 Min Read
For the first time ever in Latin America, gamers with intellectual disabilities played alongside influencers, athletes and professional gamers in a Unified eSports tournament held on 30 July 2020 as a fundraiser for Special Olympics Chile. The teams competed in two FIFA 20 matches and attracted media, sponsor and influencer attention.1 Min Read
After many months of work, Special Olympics is bursting with excitement to share that our online coach education courses are now available in even more global languages.1 Min Read