Registration is officially open for our 2019 Polar Plunge season! Sign up today, online or at a Super Sign-Up Day registration event near you.
This year’s conference will focus on several key issues that are the pillars of the Special Olympics movement. Help us celebrate our past as we honor those who have laid the foundation of our organization over the past 50 years, and be a part of our future as we work together with athlete leaders to develop our next Strategic Plan.
With heavy rains expected in Indianapolis throughout the weekend, some adjustments to our plans for the first weekend of the 2018 EKS Games are needed.
More than 2,300 Special Olympics athletes and unified partners from across Indiana will participate in state-level competitions over three weekends, kicking off Sept. 9 at Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory Academy.
With heavy thunderstorms battering the Indianapolis area on Saturday morning and a forecast calling for no reprieve until after noon, airport officials and Special Olympics Indiana staff were forced to cancel the 2018 Plane Pull Challenge for the safety of everyone involved. Due to the logistics and complexity of the event, no make-up date can be scheduled this year.
Special Olympics Indiana partnered with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) again this year to provide a Unified Experience to the students who participated in the National Student Leadership Summit (NSLS) on July 24. Nearly 50 Special Olympics athletes from across the state took part in the event, joining approximately 150 NFHS high school and college student-athletes from around the United States and Canada.