Special Olympics International announces will not be holding the World Winter Games in Kazan, Russia, which had been scheduled to begin on 21 January 2023.
With one year to go to Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan 2022, Russian Railways have become an official partner of the Games!1 Min Read
They examined Special Olympics World Winter Games facilities and discussed further steps to prepare for the competitions.1 Min Read
Special Olympics UAE, Special Olympics Kuwait Sign Mou in Preparation for World Winter Games Kazan 2022
Special Olympics UAE, Special Olympics Kuwait Sign MoU in preparation for World Winter Games Kazan 2023.2 Min Read
Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan postponed to January 2023.1 Min Read
Earlier this year, Special Olympics Russia convened its first-ever Athlete Leadership Council as part of the country’s pioneering Leadership Project involving athletes, coaches and families!3 Min Read
As the registration portal for media to attend the Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan opens, our Games Ambassador as well as national and regional leaders invite journalists from across the world to sign up. Media interest is expected to be high for what may be one of the very first post-pandemic global sporting competitions!2 Min Read
Special Olympics Europe Eurasia and European Broadcasting Union Announce New Partnership.4 Min Read
In a recent Cheddar interview, Special Olympics Chairman of the Board Timothy Shriver expressed his excitement about the Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan 2022 to be held in Russia.1 Min Read
The wait is finally over. The light of the Flame of Hope leads the way for Special Olympics athletes to follow towards the World Winter Games 2022, in Kazan, Russia.1 Min Read
The Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan 2022 logo was reveal on 5 February, during an event where it was projected on the Kazan, Russia Kremlin UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site.