Special Olympics Nevada (SONV) is excited to announce that we will be returning to play on a limited capacity beginning this month. We will be hosting individual bowling competitions and a Sports & Fitness competition. Due to state mandates, all participating athletes must register in advance—no walk-ins will be allowed to participate.
The health and safety of athletes, families and coaches is our No. 1 priority. To register for upcoming in-person events, and learn more about required safety protocols, please email email@example.com.
- Winnemucca – Nov 21
- Elko – Nov 22
- Carson City/Douglas – Dec 5
- Washoe – Dec 12
- Fernley/Fallon – Dec 13
- Mesquite – Oct 17
- Pahrump - Nov 1
Sports & Fitness
- Las Vegas/Henderson – Nov 14
Announcing Fall Season
We are excited to announce the Special Olympics Nevada Fall Season: complete with sports, events, and fun activities. We want to inspire and connect our community, even as we continue social distancing because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our Fall Season will offer exciting opportunities for every member of our community to get involved and share in the spirit of Special Olympics.
September 22 – November 7
During Virtual Fall Sports & Fitness, Athletes, Unified Partners, and Coaches will participate in a seven-week program, similar to our in-person sports season, all from the safety of their homes.
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Fall Sports & Fitness will include three days of live online practices per week and is one of the many programs and community events offered during the Fall Season.
WHAT WE DO
We pride ourselves on offering a wide variety of services to our athletes. Our sports training and competition opportunities provide athletes of all ability levels the chance to play and be part of a team. Skills like being a good teammate, winning with grace, and encouraging others are all skills that carry over into their every day lives. We're in our schools! Through sports, we are bringing special education students and general education students on the same playing field, promoting acceptance and respect for all.
We offer year-round training and competitions in 10 sports for individuals with intellectual disabilities. The skills our athletes gain on the playing field carries over to the playing field of life.
The Schools Partnership Program is a unique education program in K-12 schools. It unifies students with and without disabilities through sports, promoting acceptance and respect.
We believe that promoting regular health care to our athletes and encouraging a healthy lifestyle is vital for helping our athletes feel good about themselves.
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