In the News
In every corner of the earth, Special Olympics is changing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities. These news stories come from all around the world.
Twelve Special Olympics All-star athletes will be on the same teams as some of the NBA’s finest players, including NBA legends, active and former WNBA players and celebrity figures.3 Min Read
Every year, the week before the Super Bowl features the one of the largest gatherings of media in the United States. Consumer sports, entertainment, lifestyle and business broadcast outlets set up to cover the news and festivities before the Big Game on Sunday.4 Min Read
Special Olympics has launched a revolution in its approach to sport and competition with the roll-out of an exciting new floorball data project.3 Min Read
The iconic winter sport venues of Östersund and Åre play host to 300 Special Olympics athletes who have come to Sweden to compete in the Special Olympics Invitational Games 2020.2 Min Read
Excitement was in the air as Berlin, Germany officially became the host for the next Special Olympics World Games in 2023.
The competition begins 1 February 2020.1 Min Read
On 23 January, 10 pairs of Special Olympics athletes and professional snowboarders returned for the sixth annual Unified Snowboarding Competition at the X Games in Aspen, Colorado. For the first time ever, six teams of two, including one Special Olympics athlete and one professional skier, competed in the first-ever Unified Skiing Competition at the X Games.2 Min Read
Vote Now for the Dr. Steven Perlman Game Changer video for best public policy video1 Min Read