SOC Sport Rules
SOBC exceptions to the SOC rules
Please note that these rule exceptions only apply to Local, Regional and where noted, Provincial Games. Athletes and Coaches must be aware that all competitions outside the above would be governed by SOC rules and the rules of that Sport's Governing Body.
- Scorekeepers must have coaches sign the score sheets at the end of each game in a tournament. The director of tournament play will oversee all umpires, timekeepers and scorekeepers at the competition. This will ensure that both teams agree upon scores before the score is made final. Once the score sheet is signed a protest CANNOT proceed.
Basic Skills Acquisition
Sport Skills Book
Please click here to find softball competitions in the SOBC event calendar.
Individual Skills Competition
Individual skills competitions are designed to provide athletes of lower ability and/or multiple disabilities who have not yet developed the skills to participate in traditional Special Olympics competition with a competitive opportunity aimed at providing meaningful rewarding competition. Please click here for the Individuals Skills Competition Guide and Scoring Form. Questions can be directed to Jean Tetarenko, SOBC Competition & Youth Coordinator by email or by phone toll-free at 1-888-854-2276.
Event Planning Guide - Softball Supplement
Please click here for the Softball Event Planning Supplement.
For the full SOBC Sport Event Planning Guide, please visit the Hosting a Competition page.
SOBC Sanctioning Documents - Softball
Please click here for the Softball Sanctioning Supplement
For the full SOBC Sanctioning Document and appendices, please visit the Hosting a Competition page.
- SOBC Coach Development Workshops
- Functional testing and corrective exercises
- More videos on Special Olympics BC's YouTube channel
- Provincial Sport Organization
- National Sport Organization
- Please click here to access additional sport, coaching, and healthy living resources
- Role of a Coach