Special Olympics has competitions, programs and initiatives all around the world, every day of the year. Here's a look at what it's all about.
Carl's moves help him stay fit. Through his zumba classes, he is showing the world how people with intellectual disabilities can lead us all to better health...if you move like Carl!
People with intellectual disabilities are dying on average 16 years sooner than the general population—due to preventable health conditions. Don’t leave people with ID behind during this critical time: Join the Revolution for Healthcare Inclusion:
Special Olympic Asia Pacific Celebrates Women's History Month.
Sisters Shaye and Sharita from Ohio received their COVID-19 vaccines and shared their experience.
Through sport, Tori is fighting against stats showing that people w/ intellectual disabilities are in poorer health than the general population. She's inspiring everyone to stay healthy, motivated & fit!
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to leave a majority of sports and events on hold, Special Olympics launched Call To Action, an initiative to encourage our athletes to remain active and lift their spirits by surprising them with a video call from some of their favorite celebrity supporters.
Video highlighting the increasing number of participation by female athletes.
A recap of the Special Olympics World Games 2015 Los Angeles set to Andra Day’s Rise Up.