Nationals 2018

Learn more about the National Summer Games / Bowling Championships

National Games are held every two years, alternating between Summer and Winter. Athletes quality for National Games based on their results from Provincial Games. National Games, in turn, are a qualifier for World Games.

The 2018 Special Olympics National Summer Games are composed of three components: National Summer Games, 5-Pin Bowling Championships, and the 10-Pin Bowling Championships.

National Summer Games

The National Summer Games being held in Antigonish, Nova Scotia from July 31- August 4, 2018. PEI will be represented by 36 athletes, competing in 8 sports (Softball, Soccer, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Powerlifting, Bocce, Golf, Swimming, and Athletics). These athletes will be supported by 18 coaches and mission staff.

Bowling Championships - 5 and 10-Pin

The 5-Pin Bowling Championships are being held in Charlottetown, PEI, from May 14-20, 2018. PEI will be represented by 5 athletes and 1 coach.

The 10-Pin Bowling Championships are being held in Summerside and Tyne Valley, PEI from May 14-20, 2018. PEI will be represented by 4 athletes and 1 coach. The Bowling Championships are also supported by a Team Manager and Chef de Mission.

Throughout the entire Games experience, both in the lead-up and during the National Games / Bowling Championships, Team PEI members and their supporters will be able to find important information on our Team PEI website.

Learn more about the National Summer Games / Bowling Championships:

Athletes

Schedule

Family and Fans