Taking place from 17 – 24 June 2023, the Special Olympics World Games in Berlin will be one of the largest sport and humanitarian events to take place that year. Following the Opening Ceremony in the renowned Berlin Olympic Stadium, an estimated 7,000 athletes from over 170 nations will compete in 24 sports across Berlin’s state-of-the-art competition venues. They will be supported by 3,000 coaches and an estimated 20,000 volunteers. The Games will also attract 6,000 family members, more than 2,000 national and international media, and 300,000 spectators.
Relive inspiring moments of our remarkable Special Olympics Europe-Eurasia athletes at the World Games Berlin 2023. Their brilliance continues to shine two months after the Closing Ceremony. Join us in celebrating their achievements!
Photographer Dillon Vibes shares his experience attending the Special Olympics World Games 2023 through photographs he captured while in Berlin. Below is a collection of photos and personal insight to his most memorable times at the Games.4 Min Read
34 delegations with over 400 athletes from the Africa Region represented their Programs. Watch our highlights!
Starkey Cares has partnered with Special Olympics International to increase access to hearing health services worldwide for Special Olympics athletes1 Min Read
In this week’s episode, Josh and Novie spoke with Special Olympics Global Ambassador and professional wrestler, Drew McIntyre, live from Berlin!
Learn about the marketing and communications strategies behind World Games Berlin 2023 with Albert Tuemann
Inclusion Revolution Radio podcast host, Novie Craven, and co-host, Josh Basile, from accessiBe have teamed up to release a podcast mini-series highlighting the Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023.1 Min Read