Special Olympics is winning at life:
You may have thought that Special Olympics was just a few days of sport competition once or twice a year. In reality, the training for competition is as important as the competition itself.
Special Olympics involves individuals of all ages and ability levels:
Special Olympics includes athletes with low motor abilities as well as highly-skilled athletes who can compete in a higher level of sport both in and out of Special Olympics competitions.
Special Olympics is a year-round program:
Athletes who participate in Special Olympics receive a lifetime of learning through sport.
Athletes build muscle, sharpen their motor skill, gain self-confidence, and develop social skills that help them live a better life:
It is the same as when you learned to catch a ball, or ride a bike. Remember the joy of achievement and the confidence you felt? Special Olympics athletes feel it too.