Description of activity
In 1968, Special Olympics invited the world to let go of prejudices and misconceptions about people with intellectual disabilities.Today, the Special Olympics movement includes more than 2.25 million athletes who train and compete in 30 sports through more than 200 Programs in more than 167 countries around the world.
The Surrey branch of Special Olympics was founded late in 2007 and we invite you, athletes, coaches, volunteers, to take part and share the thrill of competing under the Olympic banner. Individual donors, corporate partners and many others make it possible for Special Olympics to offer children and adults with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to develop physical fitness, learn new skills, make new friends, have fun and take part in competitive sport.
Sports offered include