On the shores of the Volga River lies the snow-dusted city of Kazan, Russia. Known as one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe and home to one of the largest mosques in Europe, the city will soon host the Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan 2022. For the largest humanitarian sporting event in the world, Kazan will host more than 2,000 athletes from 100 countries and 3,000 volunteers for seven days starting 22 January 2022.
With less than a year until the World Winter Games opening ceremony, excitement is spreading with help from worldwide press outlets. Check this list regularly to read, watch, and stay up-to-date on the media coverage.
- Saudi Gazette - Special Olympics unveils mythical dragon logo for World Winter Games 2022
- Fox Sports Radio - Episode 168 – Introducing the World Winter Games in Kazan 2022 with Special Olympics CEO Mary Davis
- CanadaTalks SiriusXM 167 - Mary Davis Joins Sports Talk Today Jan 27th
- Around the Rings - Let the Countdown Begin! One Year Until Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan 2022
- Euronews - La ville russe de Kazan organisera les Jeux olympiques spéciaux d'hiver en 2022
- PR Newswire - Que comece a contagem regressiva! Falta um ano até os Jogos Mundiais de Inverno das Olimpíadas Especiais em Kazan 2022
- BBC Sound - Participating in the Winter Special Olympics gives ‘something to look forward to’
- AIPS - The countdown begins. One Year Until Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan 2022
- Inside the Games - Kazan 2022 Special Olympics World Winter Games organisers celebrate one-year countdown