5 Pin Bowling
5-pin Bowling is a competitive sport in which a player (the "bowler") rolls a bowling ball down a wooden or synthetic lane with the objective of scoring points by knocking down as many pins as possible.
5-Pin is recognized Provincially and Nationally as a Special Olympics sport. Athletes can compete in club level matches right up to SOC National Games.
5-Pin is a Winter sport for SOO, the season usually runs from October to May.
Athlete to Coach Ratios
The ratios are minimum athlete to coach requirements for not only Conference competitions, Provincial, and National Games, but for all Special Olympics Ontario competitions and practices. They ensure that athletes are safe and supervised at all times.
Athlete/Coach Ratio 5 Pin Bowling ( 5:1 )
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For all competitions bowlers should be in proper bowling attire which includes slacks or walking shorts with a straight hem (no jeans , sweatpants or yoga pants) and a collared shirt. Women are permitted to wear knee-length skirts. The entire team, including coaches, must be uniformly dressed in the same colour bottoms and shirts.
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