Special Olympics New Zealand today named its 40-strong squad for the 2023 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Berlin, which will be held from June 17-25. The team has representatives from clubs around the country, from Southland to Auckland, with strong representations from the Manawatu and greater Wellington areas. “We are really excited for these […]
Learn what this year’s Athlete leaders learnt at their third workshop in preparation for their graduation in September.
Hear Waikato nurse Janet’s story about volunteering at this National Summer Games’ Healthy Athletes programme to improve health outcomes for athletes with intellectual disabilities.
With 100 days to go we’re on the hunt for 600 volunteers and starting preparations for the Law Enforcement Torch Run.
Message from the CEO Carolyn talks about exciting plans for the National Summer Games and Sport New Zealand’s Strengthen and Adapt project. 100 days until the National Summer Games With 100 days to go we’re on the hunt for 600 volunteers and starting preparations for the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Every athlete wins in Healthy […]
Olympic medalist Dylan Schmidt will be battling to win $100,000 for Special Olympics New Zealand
Sports Director Gary Peacham talks about the successful club forums and the upcoming level 3 coaching course.
To enjoy the summer months to their fullest Health Leader James Wilson has some great tips to stay fit and healthy!
We’re excited for Paula Dixon who is the Assistant Head of Delegation for the 2023 Berlin World Summer Games.
pecial Olympics New Zealand athlete leader Grace Payne has been recognised for her tireless advocacy work for people with intellectual disabilities at the 2022 Global Youth Summit.