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.
The following is an excerpt from the article titled Drew McIntyre Remains Laser Focused on Roman Reigns published by Sports Illustrated.1 Min Read
Welcoming athletes to compete in six different sports disciplines: aquatics, athletics, bocce, bowling, football, and table tennis.3 Min Read
The following is an excerpt from the article titled Another Special Olympics Day at the NFL Draft, published by MSN.1 Min Read
Berlin will play the role of conductor for the 2023 Special Olympics World Games, but the entire nation of Germany will take part in the orchestra.1 Min Read
Inclusion on Display at the Badminton World Federation’s 10th Members’ Forum and Annual General Meeting
11 May 2022 – Last week, Special Olympics participated in the Badminton World Federation’s 10th Members’ Forum and Annual General Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand.3 Min Read
The Spring 2022 class focused on designing competition wear for Powerlifting and Swimming.
The Unified Cup kicks off on 31 July, but on 13 May, the 24 delegations traveling to Detroit will find out which teams they will compete against in the group stage.1 Min Read
Dr. Timothy Shriver, Chairman of the Special Olympics International Board of Directors, has called upon governments, businesses, philanthropists and the local community to rally behind Australia’s bid to host the 2027 Special Olympics World Games in Perth.1 Min Read
Twenty-three delegations from across Europe and beyond will gather from 13 – 18 May for the Special Olympics Malta Invitational Games.2 Min Read