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 have implemented a Return to Play plan in accordance with Wisconsin Department of Health Services data to determine phasing of practices and in-person competition.
SOWI is currently in Phase 1 – Small Group Activities. Rings is a SOWI COVID-19 approved sport for Phase 1 and 2. For more information, visit our Return to Play page.
2020 Rings Season
- Athletes and Unified Partners will complete the RSAT (Rings Skills Assessment Test) and submit their scores through their local agency. The RSAT scores will be used to create divisions and then will be sent out to the agencies. Athletes and Unified Partners will have 10 days to complete the RSAT again and submit their final scores. This competition can be done in Phase 1 or 2.
- Athletes and Unified Partners will complete the RSAT (Rings Skills Assessment Test) and submit their scores through their local agency. The RSAT scores will be used to create divisions to compete in an in person competition. This competition can be done in Phase 2.
For more information or to request registration forms for in-person competitions, contact Jason Blank.
- Scores will be based on points
- Athletes will play 3 rounds with 4 rings.
- After each round, the points will be marked down.
- At the end of all 3 rounds, the total points will be added together for the final score.
- 3 Points for middle peg on the board
- 2 points for furthest peg on the board
- 1 point for closes pegs on the board
- All athletes that participate in Virtual Individual Skills Competition must submit their scores and complete the SOWI Waiver for Online Activities. Athletes will receive a participation award.
Rings Rules & Training Plan
Rings Instructional Videos
- December 15-16, 4:00pm – 8:00pm, Year End Virtual Celebration