Special Olympics Canada hosts National Games every two years, alternating between summer and winter. Athletes from across Canada compete in various sports over the course of a week with the goal of achieving personal bests and in some cases, the opportunity to be named to Team Canada for the proceeding World Games.
Special Olympics Games are an important part of our organization’s history, identity, and athlete journey. Our team will be working hard to rebuild our Games pathway so that athletes and District teams can once again reach towards their competitive goals.
2024 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games - Calgary, Alberta
Exciting announcement! The 2024 Team Saskatchewan Athletes, Mission Staff and Coaching Staff have been selected. Visit the link below for the full list:
Special Olympics Games Frequently Asked Questions
When are the next Special Olympics Canada Games?
The next Special Olympics Canada Games will be the 2024 SOC Winter Games. The Games will be held in Calgary and the dates are to be determined.
Can a coach or volunteer apply for more than 1 role on Team Sask. 2024 Team Staff?
Yes, an individual can apply for multiple positions.
When and how will athletes be selected?
Athletes will be selected using the Pan-Canadian Identification and Selection Policy. The 2023 SOS Provincial Sport Competitions for each sport will provide the sport-specific results that athletes will be identified and selected from.
Team Staff Applications are now closed!
Contact Ben Lozinsky at firstname.lastname@example.org or 306-780-9423 if you have any questions.
2020 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games - Thunder Bay, Ontario
The National Winter Games were held in Thunder Bay, Ontario from February 25 - 29, 2020. The sports that attended were: 5 Pin Bowling, Alpine Skiing, Cross Country Skiing, Curling, Figure Skating, Floor Hockey, Snowshoeing, and Speed Skating. View the team and mission staff who represented Team Saskatchewan below.