The spark that became today’s Special Olympics movement ignited at the first 1968 International Summer Games in Chicago. Five decades later, we are returning to where it all began to take part in a series of commemorative events hosted by Special Olympics International, July 17-21.
The Men’s and Youth Finals for Special Olympics Indiana’s 2018 State Basketball Tournament, scheduled for March 24 and 25 in Indianapolis, have been cancelled due to extreme weather and rapidly deteriorating road conditions.
Special Olympics Indiana’s annual State Basketball Tournament culminates March 24 and 25 in Indianapolis, where nearly 1,000 athletes and unified partners making up 80 teams from across the state will compete in the Men’s and Youth State Finals.
After discovering a passion for running and finding her place in Special Olympics Indiana’s Johnson County program, Sonya Roy is ready to take on the 2018 USA Games—and whatever comes next.
At a retirement celebration honoring more than 44 years as a volunteer, staff member, and executive with Special Olympics Indiana, outgoing President & CEO Michael Furnish was appointed Tuesday evening by the Indiana Governor’s Office a “Sagamore of the Wabash.”