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Be an Athlete

BECOME AN ATHLETE

Who Can Participate In Special Olympics? Individuals are eligible for Special Olympics provided they meet the following criteria: Athletes must be 8 years of age or older (there is no upper age limit) and identified as having an intellectual disability or a closely related developmental disability. They do not need to be knowledgeable about sports or have prior athletic experience.
BECOME A UNIFIED SPORTS PARTNER

BECOME A UNIFIED SPORTS PARTNER

Partner up with a Special Olympics athlete for many different events throughout the year! It is a great experience not only for our athletes but also for you! Click here for more information.
Become a Coach

BECOME A COACH

Coaches play an indispensible role in Special Olympics, and coaching education helps to ensure each coach and athlete has the best sport experience possible. Special Olympics Wyoming is happy to teach you what you need to know to enjoy your experience and make a significant difference in the lives of our athletes and families. Coaching is open to everyone- past and current coaches, past and current athletes, or people with or without and sports experience who just want to help out!
BECOME A VOLUNTEER

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Special Olympics Wyoming values and has the upmost respect for the role of the volunteer in making this organization successful and in helping it fulfill its mission. Special Olympics Wyoming serves almost 1,400 athletes. To give these individuals the opportunities they enjoy. We need your help.


Unified Champion Schools

Unified Champion Schools

The goal of Unified Champion Schools is to use sports and education programs of Special Olympics to activate young people in order to promote school communities where all young people are agents of change- fostering respect, dignity, and advocacy for people with intellectual disabilities.

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Young Athletes Program

Young Athletes Program

What does every child want? The chance to kick a ball, to throw it well, to share that success with family members. What does every child with intellectual disabilities want? The exact same thing.

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Healthy Athletes

Healthy Athletes

The Healthy Athletes initiative is dedicated to providing health services and education to Special Olympics athletes, and changing the way health systems interact with people with intellectual disabilities.

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Athlete Leadership Programs

Athlete Leadership Programs

Our Athlete Leadership Programs can take athletes even farther -- as leaders and spokespeople respected in their communities. Special Olympics Wyoming offers many fun and exciting activities for athletes and their families outside of the traditional Special Olympics sports.

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Local and Area Programs

Local and Area Programs

Special Olympics Wyoming serves five different Areas that cover all of Wyoming. We have 55 programs currently in Wyoming and are working hard to get more programs started.

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