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Winter Sports

Winter Sport Sign Ups: September 15 – October 15

We are gearing up for our Winter season and invite all of our athletes and volunteers to SIGN UP TODAY!

    Step 1: Select your Sport

    • Browse the list of sports available below and take the next step in your Special Olympics journey.

    Step 2: Fill Out the Sport Interest Form

    • Click the sport you want to participate in and fill out the interest form that pops up. 
    • Note to Athletes: You can sign up for more than one sport!

    IMPORTANT: Signing up does not guarantee participationParticipation is dependent on available volunteers. We will create a waiting list if rosters fill.

    Click a Winter Sport Below to Sign Up:

    Alpine Skiing

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    SIGN UP FOR ALPINE SKIING (Athlete/Volunteer form)

    Alpine skiing was first introduced as an Official Special Olympics Sport in 1977 at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The training season is usually from December to February.

    View Alpine Skiing Resources

    Find an Alpine Skiing Training Site

    Bowling

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    SIGN UP FOR BOWLING (Athlete/Volunteer form)

    Bowling was introduced as a Special Olympics sport in 1975. Bowling is mainly fall and winter sport and training is usually from September to March.

    View Bowling Resources

    Find a Bowling Training Site

    Floor Hockey

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    SIGN UP FOR FLOOR HOCKEY (Athlete/Volunteer form)

    Floor hockey was first introduced as a Special Olympics sport at the 1970 Special Olympics World Winter Games. Floor Hockey events combine both team and individual skills competitions. It is the only team sport among the Special Olympics Winter Sports. Floor Hockey training season is usually from November to March.

    View Floor Hockey Resources

    Find a Floor Hockey Training Site

    Snowboarding

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    SIGN UP FOR SNOWBOARDING (Athlete/Volunteer form)

    Snowboarding is a sport that involves descending a slope that is covered with snow on a snowboard that is attached to a rider’s feet using a special boot set onto mounted binding. Snowboarding was first introduced to the Olympic Games in 1998 at Nagano, Japan and became an official Special Olympics Sport in 2001. The training season is usually from December to February.

    View Snowboarding Resources

    Find a Snowboarding Training Site

    Snowshoeing

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    SIGN UP FOR SNOWSHOEING (Athlete/Volunteer form)

    Special Olympics snowshoeing was inaugurated at the 1997 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Toronto, Canada. The training season is usually from December to February.

    View Snowshoeing Resources

    Find a Snowshoeing Training Site