ATHLETE ELIGIBILITY

ATHLETE ELIGIBILITY test   If an individual is two years of age or older and is identified by an agency or professional as having an intellectual disability, then that person is eligible to participate as an athlete in Special Olympics.   If the person is identified as having closely related developmental disabilities with functional limitations in both general and learning …

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ATHLETE ELIGIBILITY

ATHLETE ELIGIBILITY   If an individual is two years of age or older and is identified by an agency or professional as having an intellectual disability, then that person is eligible to participate as an athlete in Special Olympics.   If the person is identified as having closely related developmental disabilities with functional limitations in both general and learning adaptive …

Coaching at Major Games

Coaching at Major Games @TEST   Athletes proceed through the competition structure with the direct support of sport program coaches. Whether it is the District Team participating in Provincial Games, Team Ontario traveling to National Games, or Team Canada traveling to World Games, the teams are structured in an approximately 3:1 athlete to coach ratio.   Applying to Coach at …

Winner of Online 50/50 Raffle

Congratulations to Robert C. Ashley, the winner of the 50/50 Draw in support of the 2019 Special Olympics Ontario Invitational Youth Games, with a grand prize of $9,325! Thank you to everyone who supported the draw and the Youth Games!

Athlete of the Year

Award Criteria Nominations will be judged on the strength of their submission by the following criteria: Participation The nominee must be a registered athlete in a Special Olympics sport club. The nominee must be involved in Special Olympics sport program(s) throughout the year Athletic and Personal Development The nominee must be successful in his/her sport, doing their personal best to …

Volunteer of the Year

This award is awarded annually to a registered SOO volunteer who has made a significant contribution to the development of SOO programs. This person is a strong leader, making contributions in non-coaching areas such as marketing, fundraising, administration and major games. This person should be a major contributor towards the success of Special Olympics in their community. Please complete this …