In the summer athletes can compete in one of three sports at state. That said, athletes have the additional option of practicing and competing in the area competition with the swim team and the track and field team.
Aquatics (to come)
Basketball (to come)
Track and Field (to come)
Fall sports bring a choice between softball and bocce ball. While softball is open only to those who compete at state, softball players may practice and compete at the area tournament with the bocce team.
Bocce (to come)
Softball (to come)
Bowling is one of the fastest growing Special Olympics sports. Although there are some modifications made for athletes with physical disabilities, most athletes compete under the same rules and circumstances as athletes on a professional tour.
Unified Flag Football
Flag football is the newest sport offered by Special Olympics Minnesota. Flag football is offered as a Unified Sport, which means individuals with and without disabilities are on the same team. The Flag Football season runs from August to mid October.