The 2019 Special Olympics Alberta Winter Games proudly unveils the logo that captures the strength, sport and spirit of Calgary as the host of the Provincial Winter Games from February 8 to 10, 2019.
The design was created by the generous talent from Mount Royal University’s Chair of Information and Design, Ben Kunz in collaboration with Special Olympics Alberta athlete, Christopher Demchuk. With the guidance and support from the Games Organizing Committee (GOC), the design celebrates the landmark of the Calgary’s CN Tower, the beautiful Rocky Mountains and winter.
“We are excited to see the energy and excitement that Calgary will bring to the Winter Games,” said Johnny Byrne, president and CEO of Special Olympics Alberta.
“This city has a strong and proud history of supporting and celebrating Special Olympics. This is evident with our Games Organizing Committee who have been all involved with Special Olympics in various ways. I know that these winter games will provide a legacy for future hosts to strive for.”
2019 Special Olympics Alberta Winter Games-Calgary
Over 900 athletes, coaches and mission staff from communities across Alberta and N.W.T. will compete in the 2019 Special Olympics Alberta Winter Games in Calgary from February 8 to 10, 2019. The 2019 Special Olympics Alberta Winter Games will feature 8 sports: 5-pin bowling, alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, curling, figure skating, floor hockey, snowshoeing and speed skating. For more information on the 2019 Special Olympics Alberta Summer Games, visit www.specialolympics.ca/2019-alberta-winter-games and on social media with #Calgary2019 on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Flickr.