Want to Participate?
- To be eligible to participate in Special Olympics, athletes must have an intellectual disability; a cognitive delay, or a development disability, that is, functional limitations in both general learning and adaptive skills. Participation in Special Olympics starts at age 8, training at age 7 years, and there’s no maximum age limit.
- Athlete’s Interest Form
- Athlete’s Photograph Release Form
- Application for Athlete Participation (completed by the physician and caretaker). This medical form is valid for three years from the date of the physical.
- Atlanto-Axial Instability Release (completed by the physician and caretaker for those with Down syndrome and AAI)
- Athlete’s Family Contact Form
- Summer: Bowling, Aquatics, Athletics (Track/Field), Golf, Softball, Gymnastics, Equestrian, Basketball, Cycling, and Unified Sports
- Fall: Bocce, Long Distance Run/Walk, Power Lifting, Roller Skating, Soccer, and Volleyball
- Winter: Snow Shoeing, Cross Country Skiing, Floor Hockey, and Skating (speed or figure)
**Not all sports may be offered at this time.