Special Olympics Wisconsin provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in 19 Olympic-type sports for individuals with intellectual disabilities 8 years of age or older. Athletes train in their sport, compete at an area level and may progress to the state level of competition.


Special Olympics Wisconsin is dedicated to protecting the health and safety of our athletes, volunteers, coaches, officials, staff, and all that contribute to the success of our athletes in training and events. We use guidance from Special Olympics Inc, the CDC, and the Wisconsin Department of Health to create protocols for activities, practices, and in-person competitions.

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Sports Seasons

There are five sports seasons for Special Olympics Wisconsin. Choose from a season below for competition forms, rules and sporting events.

NOTE: Special Olympics Wisconsin’s sports seasons are changing in January 2023! While this webpage will update following the State Bowling Tournament in December 2022, read more about the upcoming season changes using the link below.

New Season Schedule Effective January 2023