Special Olympics Global Calendar

The Calendar shows all Special Olympics events that have been entered in the Global calendar database. Enter additional events using this entry form; all calendar entries are reviewed before posting. For more information contact calendar@specialolympics.org.


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Sep 1
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Willmington, AlabamaUSA

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ContactsRafael PachecoTitle and Role222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:Learn more

Location(s)Verizon Center1627 Lamont st NWWillmingtonAlabamaUSA

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Sep 10

Special Olympics 50th Anniversary

3 LocationsUSA

The spark that became today's Special Olympics movement ignited at the first 1968 International Summer Games in Chicago, Ill., USA. Five decades later, we are returning to Chicago to launch the year-long Special Olympics 50th Anniversary celebrations. Here's what we have planned so far: From 17 to 21 July, the inaugural Special Olympics Unified Football Cup competition will team people with and without intellectual disabilities from all over the world. A total of 24 teams -- from every region of the world -- will take part. These include 16 men's teams and eight women's teams. On 20 July, The Special Olympics 50th Anniversary Law Enforcement Torch Run Commemorative Run will include Special Olympics athletes and law enforcement officers from Illinois and elsewhere. On 22 July, in Chicago and around the world, a day for everyone to celebrate the history of Special Olympics and its bright future. Athletes from the first 1968 Games will be joined by today's athletes to tell their stories of empowerment. Members of the public, Special Olympics families and others come together on the playing field for Unified Sports experiences. Change the Game Day will be a global festival of togetherness and sharing for all. Join us as we play together, learn from each other, and chart an inspiring course for the future!

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteer Coordinator222-222-2222Send EmailChris PrattVolunteer222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:Learn more about the 50th Anniversary celebrationTorch Run Route informationChange the Game Day Event Schedule

Location(s)Unified Football Cup
Toyota Park
7000 Harlem AveBridgeviewIllinoisUSA50th Anniversary Torch Run
Throughout the City
Route to be announcedChicagoIllinoisUSAChange the Game Day
Chicago and other cities
Worldwide locations to be announced.USA

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11:30 AM

North Cycling Sectional

Skillman, VirginiaUSA

Join us as our athletes compete and show their skill in cycling. Come and cheer on our athletes and witness the power of sports.

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteer222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:Learn more

Location(s)Skillman ParkMain BoulevardSkillmanVirginiaUSA

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One More Tri

3 LocationsUSA

Get 20 people together to start a team, fundraise for Special Olympics New Jersey, then try to pull a United Airlines Boeing 737. Competitions are scheduled continuously throughout the day. Held in combination with Newark Airport Family Day where spectators get to enjoy the fun, food and activities for free. Sponsored by the NJ Law Enforcement Torch Run, Port Authority of NY and NJ, and United Airlines.

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteerSend EmailRafael Pacheco IICoachSend EmailRafael Pacheco IIICoordinater222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:www.OneMoreTri.org

Location(s)Ocean Beach
Asbury Park
Asbury and Ocean AveAsbury ParkVirginiaUSANotre Dame High School Asbury and Ocean AveAsbury ParkVirginaUSADuck DonutsDuck WayAsbury ParkVirginaUSA

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Sep 11

Special Olympics 50th Anniversary

3 LocationsUSA

The spark that became today's Special Olympics movement ignited at the first 1968 International Summer Games in Chicago, Ill., USA. Five decades later, we are returning to Chicago to launch the year-long Special Olympics 50th Anniversary celebrations. Here's what we have planned so far: From 17 to 21 July, the inaugural Special Olympics Unified Football Cup competition will team people with and without intellectual disabilities from all over the world. A total of 24 teams -- from every region of the world -- will take part. These include 16 men's teams and eight women's teams. On 20 July, The Special Olympics 50th Anniversary Law Enforcement Torch Run Commemorative Run will include Special Olympics athletes and law enforcement officers from Illinois and elsewhere. On 22 July, in Chicago and around the world, a day for everyone to celebrate the history of Special Olympics and its bright future. Athletes from the first 1968 Games will be joined by today's athletes to tell their stories of empowerment. Members of the public, Special Olympics families and others come together on the playing field for Unified Sports experiences. Change the Game Day will be a global festival of togetherness and sharing for all. Join us as we play together, learn from each other, and chart an inspiring course for the future!

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteer Coordinator222-222-2222Send EmailChris PrattVolunteer222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:Learn more about the 50th Anniversary celebrationTorch Run Route informationChange the Game Day Event Schedule

Location(s)Unified Football Cup
Toyota Park
7000 Harlem AveBridgeviewIllinoisUSA50th Anniversary Torch Run
Throughout the City
Route to be announcedChicagoIllinoisUSAChange the Game Day
Chicago and other cities
Worldwide locations to be announced.USA

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11:00 AM

Special Olympics Asia Pacific - Train the Trainer - Netball

2 LocationsSingapore

A Train the Trainer program in Netball to equip coaches. Through the course, participants will be empowered with the necessary skills, knowledge, information and gain on-ground experience working with athletes with intellectual disabilities where they can adopt and replicate strategies to strengthen future Netball development programs.

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteer222-222-2222Send Email

Location(s)Kallang Netball Centre6 Stadium BlvdSingaporeSingaporeToa Payoh Sports Hall297 Lor 6 Toa PayohSingapore Singapore

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Special Olympics Michigan Area Fall Games

2 LocationsUSA

The State Fall Games presented by Real Estate One offers a high profile, exciting event for approximately 1,600 Special Olympics Michigan athletes to showcase their skills in Flag Football, Soccer, Cycling, Softball, Golf and Kayaking.

ContactsAaron MillsSr. Marketing & Communications Director(989) 774-4393Send EmailRelated Links:CNN WebsiteSpecial Olympics Website

Location(s)Cycling and Football
Sheraton Ann Arbor
3200 Boardwalk St.Ann ArborMichiganUSASheraton Harbor3200 Boardwalk St. Ann ArborMichiganUSA

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One More Tri

3 LocationsUSA

Get 20 people together to start a team, fundraise for Special Olympics New Jersey, then try to pull a United Airlines Boeing 737. Competitions are scheduled continuously throughout the day. Held in combination with Newark Airport Family Day where spectators get to enjoy the fun, food and activities for free. Sponsored by the NJ Law Enforcement Torch Run, Port Authority of NY and NJ, and United Airlines.

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteerSend EmailRafael Pacheco IICoachSend EmailRafael Pacheco IIICoordinater222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:www.OneMoreTri.org

Location(s)Ocean Beach
Asbury Park
Asbury and Ocean AveAsbury ParkVirginiaUSANotre Dame High School Asbury and Ocean AveAsbury ParkVirginaUSADuck DonutsDuck WayAsbury ParkVirginaUSA

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Sep 12

Special Olympics 50th Anniversary

3 LocationsUSA

The spark that became today's Special Olympics movement ignited at the first 1968 International Summer Games in Chicago, Ill., USA. Five decades later, we are returning to Chicago to launch the year-long Special Olympics 50th Anniversary celebrations. Here's what we have planned so far: From 17 to 21 July, the inaugural Special Olympics Unified Football Cup competition will team people with and without intellectual disabilities from all over the world. A total of 24 teams -- from every region of the world -- will take part. These include 16 men's teams and eight women's teams. On 20 July, The Special Olympics 50th Anniversary Law Enforcement Torch Run Commemorative Run will include Special Olympics athletes and law enforcement officers from Illinois and elsewhere. On 22 July, in Chicago and around the world, a day for everyone to celebrate the history of Special Olympics and its bright future. Athletes from the first 1968 Games will be joined by today's athletes to tell their stories of empowerment. Members of the public, Special Olympics families and others come together on the playing field for Unified Sports experiences. Change the Game Day will be a global festival of togetherness and sharing for all. Join us as we play together, learn from each other, and chart an inspiring course for the future!

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteer Coordinator222-222-2222Send EmailChris PrattVolunteer222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:Learn more about the 50th Anniversary celebrationTorch Run Route informationChange the Game Day Event Schedule

Location(s)Unified Football Cup
Toyota Park
7000 Harlem AveBridgeviewIllinoisUSA50th Anniversary Torch Run
Throughout the City
Route to be announcedChicagoIllinoisUSAChange the Game Day
Chicago and other cities
Worldwide locations to be announced.USA

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Special Olympics Michigan Area Fall Games

2 LocationsUSA

The State Fall Games presented by Real Estate One offers a high profile, exciting event for approximately 1,600 Special Olympics Michigan athletes to showcase their skills in Flag Football, Soccer, Cycling, Softball, Golf and Kayaking.

ContactsAaron MillsSr. Marketing & Communications Director(989) 774-4393Send EmailRelated Links:CNN WebsiteSpecial Olympics Website

Location(s)Cycling and Football
Sheraton Ann Arbor
3200 Boardwalk St.Ann ArborMichiganUSASheraton Harbor3200 Boardwalk St. Ann ArborMichiganUSA

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One More Tri

3 LocationsUSA

Get 20 people together to start a team, fundraise for Special Olympics New Jersey, then try to pull a United Airlines Boeing 737. Competitions are scheduled continuously throughout the day. Held in combination with Newark Airport Family Day where spectators get to enjoy the fun, food and activities for free. Sponsored by the NJ Law Enforcement Torch Run, Port Authority of NY and NJ, and United Airlines.

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteerSend EmailRafael Pacheco IICoachSend EmailRafael Pacheco IIICoordinater222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:www.OneMoreTri.org

Location(s)Ocean Beach
Asbury Park
Asbury and Ocean AveAsbury ParkVirginiaUSANotre Dame High School Asbury and Ocean AveAsbury ParkVirginaUSADuck DonutsDuck WayAsbury ParkVirginaUSA

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Sep 13

Special Olympics 50th Anniversary

3 LocationsUSA

The spark that became today's Special Olympics movement ignited at the first 1968 International Summer Games in Chicago, Ill., USA. Five decades later, we are returning to Chicago to launch the year-long Special Olympics 50th Anniversary celebrations. Here's what we have planned so far: From 17 to 21 July, the inaugural Special Olympics Unified Football Cup competition will team people with and without intellectual disabilities from all over the world. A total of 24 teams -- from every region of the world -- will take part. These include 16 men's teams and eight women's teams. On 20 July, The Special Olympics 50th Anniversary Law Enforcement Torch Run Commemorative Run will include Special Olympics athletes and law enforcement officers from Illinois and elsewhere. On 22 July, in Chicago and around the world, a day for everyone to celebrate the history of Special Olympics and its bright future. Athletes from the first 1968 Games will be joined by today's athletes to tell their stories of empowerment. Members of the public, Special Olympics families and others come together on the playing field for Unified Sports experiences. Change the Game Day will be a global festival of togetherness and sharing for all. Join us as we play together, learn from each other, and chart an inspiring course for the future!

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteer Coordinator222-222-2222Send EmailChris PrattVolunteer222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:Learn more about the 50th Anniversary celebrationTorch Run Route informationChange the Game Day Event Schedule

Location(s)Unified Football Cup
Toyota Park
7000 Harlem AveBridgeviewIllinoisUSA50th Anniversary Torch Run
Throughout the City
Route to be announcedChicagoIllinoisUSAChange the Game Day
Chicago and other cities
Worldwide locations to be announced.USA

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Special Olympics Michigan Area Fall Games

2 LocationsUSA

The State Fall Games presented by Real Estate One offers a high profile, exciting event for approximately 1,600 Special Olympics Michigan athletes to showcase their skills in Flag Football, Soccer, Cycling, Softball, Golf and Kayaking.

ContactsAaron MillsSr. Marketing & Communications Director(989) 774-4393Send EmailRelated Links:CNN WebsiteSpecial Olympics Website

Location(s)Cycling and Football
Sheraton Ann Arbor
3200 Boardwalk St.Ann ArborMichiganUSASheraton Harbor3200 Boardwalk St. Ann ArborMichiganUSA

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One More Tri

3 LocationsUSA

Get 20 people together to start a team, fundraise for Special Olympics New Jersey, then try to pull a United Airlines Boeing 737. Competitions are scheduled continuously throughout the day. Held in combination with Newark Airport Family Day where spectators get to enjoy the fun, food and activities for free. Sponsored by the NJ Law Enforcement Torch Run, Port Authority of NY and NJ, and United Airlines.

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteerSend EmailRafael Pacheco IICoachSend EmailRafael Pacheco IIICoordinater222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:www.OneMoreTri.org

Location(s)Ocean Beach
Asbury Park
Asbury and Ocean AveAsbury ParkVirginiaUSANotre Dame High School Asbury and Ocean AveAsbury ParkVirginaUSADuck DonutsDuck WayAsbury ParkVirginaUSA

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09:00 AM

Level 1 Golf Competition

alexandria, VirginiaUSA

Join us as our athletes compete and show their skill in golf. Come and cheer on our athletes and witness the power of sports.

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteer222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:Learn more

Location(s)Verizon Center1627 Lamont st NWalexandriaVirginiaUSA

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Sep 14

Special Olympics 50th Anniversary

3 LocationsUSA

The spark that became today's Special Olympics movement ignited at the first 1968 International Summer Games in Chicago, Ill., USA. Five decades later, we are returning to Chicago to launch the year-long Special Olympics 50th Anniversary celebrations. Here's what we have planned so far: From 17 to 21 July, the inaugural Special Olympics Unified Football Cup competition will team people with and without intellectual disabilities from all over the world. A total of 24 teams -- from every region of the world -- will take part. These include 16 men's teams and eight women's teams. On 20 July, The Special Olympics 50th Anniversary Law Enforcement Torch Run Commemorative Run will include Special Olympics athletes and law enforcement officers from Illinois and elsewhere. On 22 July, in Chicago and around the world, a day for everyone to celebrate the history of Special Olympics and its bright future. Athletes from the first 1968 Games will be joined by today's athletes to tell their stories of empowerment. Members of the public, Special Olympics families and others come together on the playing field for Unified Sports experiences. Change the Game Day will be a global festival of togetherness and sharing for all. Join us as we play together, learn from each other, and chart an inspiring course for the future!

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteer Coordinator222-222-2222Send EmailChris PrattVolunteer222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:Learn more about the 50th Anniversary celebrationTorch Run Route informationChange the Game Day Event Schedule

Location(s)Unified Football Cup
Toyota Park
7000 Harlem AveBridgeviewIllinoisUSA50th Anniversary Torch Run
Throughout the City
Route to be announcedChicagoIllinoisUSAChange the Game Day
Chicago and other cities
Worldwide locations to be announced.USA

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One More Tri

3 LocationsUSA

Get 20 people together to start a team, fundraise for Special Olympics New Jersey, then try to pull a United Airlines Boeing 737. Competitions are scheduled continuously throughout the day. Held in combination with Newark Airport Family Day where spectators get to enjoy the fun, food and activities for free. Sponsored by the NJ Law Enforcement Torch Run, Port Authority of NY and NJ, and United Airlines.

ContactsRafael PachecoVolunteerSend EmailRafael Pacheco IICoachSend EmailRafael Pacheco IIICoordinater222-222-2222Send EmailRelated Links:www.OneMoreTri.org

Location(s)Ocean Beach
Asbury Park
Asbury and Ocean AveAsbury ParkVirginiaUSANotre Dame High School Asbury and Ocean AveAsbury ParkVirginaUSADuck DonutsDuck WayAsbury ParkVirginaUSA

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Sep 23

Richmond Corporate Games

Glen Allen, VirginiaUSA

Be a fan of Special Olympics and the RVA corporate community! Join more than 500 participants from dozens of Richmond-area businesses September 23 & 24, 2016 as they compete in nine zany field day style events at the Richmond Corporate Games, benefiting Special Olympics Virginia.

ContactsSandy Kuhn804-864-3756Send EmailRelated Links:Games information, registration form, and contact information

Location(s)The Lake - Innsbrook4224 Cox Rd.Glen AllenVirginiaUSA

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Sep 24

Richmond Corporate Games

Glen Allen, VirginiaUSA

Be a fan of Special Olympics and the RVA corporate community! Join more than 500 participants from dozens of Richmond-area businesses September 23 & 24, 2016 as they compete in nine zany field day style events at the Richmond Corporate Games, benefiting Special Olympics Virginia.

ContactsSandy Kuhn804-864-3756Send EmailRelated Links:Games information, registration form, and contact information

Location(s)The Lake - Innsbrook4224 Cox Rd.Glen AllenVirginiaUSA

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