Special Olympics Athletics has “sprinted” into international popularity with over 400,000 athletes in US Programs. Athletics is offered in every local program in the world representing over 140 countries and is the largest sport. Athletes are grouped in divisions according to their ability level, age and gender.

Athletes can compete in running events from the 100M dash to the 3000M run or relays. Some athletes also compete in field events such as the high jump, shot put, long jump and softball throw. Athletes of lower ability can participate in walking and throwing events and physically disabled athletes compete in wheelchair events.

Medical Deadline: April 1, 2019

2019 REGIONAL ATHLETICS COMPETITIONS – Important Dates

HOST EVENT ENTRY DEADLINE LOCATION EVENT DATE
Region 2 April 24 Merrill May 11
Region 3 April 17 Chippewa Falls May 4
Region 4 April 17 Appleton May 4
Region 5 April 24 Green Bay May 4
Region 6 April TBD Oregon May TBD
Region 7 April 17 Racine May 4
Region 8 April 17 Muskego May 4

 

2019 STATE SUMMER GAMES – Important Dates

ENTRY DEADLINE LOCATION SPORTS SITES SCRATCH DEADLINE* EVENT DATE
May 13 Stevens Point

Athletics, Swimming, Soccer

UW – Stevens Point Campus May 17

June 6-8

Events

  • 50, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500, 3000 Meter Run
  • 25, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1500 Meter Walk
  • Long Jump
  • Standing Long Jump
  • Shot Put
  • Mini Javelin
  • Softball Throw
  • 4x100, 4x200, 4x400 Meter Relay (running)
  • 4x100 Meter Unified Relay (running)
  • 4x100 Meter Walking Relay
  • 4x100 Meter Unified Walking Relay
  • 25, 100, 200 Meter Wheelchair
  • 30 Meter Slalom Wheelchair
  • 30, 50 Meter Slalom Motor Wheelchair
  • 25 Meter Obstacle Motor Wheelchair
  • Wheelchair Shot put

Competition Information and Forms

AGeneral Sports Rules
Athletics Rules Word PDF
BSports Calendar
2017-18 Sports Calendar Word PDF
DDistrict and Regional Information
Regional Athletics Info and Forms Word PDF
EState Competition Forms and Information
Summer Games Info and Forms Word PDF

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