Special Olympics is a global movement of people creating a new world of inclusion and community, a world in which every single person is accepted and welcomed regardless of ability or disability. 


Special Olympics Minnesota offers 8,100 children and adults with intellectual disabilities year-round sports training and competition. Through Special Olympics’ athletic, health and leadership programs, people with intellectual disabilities transform themselves, their communities and the world.  Special Olympics Minnesota is recognized as a premier organization providing essential life skills opportunities for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.