Special Olympics, 2016 in review

Special Olympics, 2016 in review

Special Olympics GB is the largest provider of year-round, all ability, sports programmes in Great Britain and supports over 10,000 athletes with intellectual (learning) disabilities on a continued basis.
Across England, Scotland and Wales approximately 27,000 regular sports coaching sessions of at least 1 hour each are delivered locally each year by 140 accredited programmes across 28 different sports.
This coaching activity leads to an annual average of 100 all ability, inclusive sports competitions. Its competition pathways make Special Olympics Great Britain unique within the disability sports sector as it provides opportunities for athletes of all abilities to compete and progress at local, regional, national and international levels.
This extensive programme is led by over 4,000 dedicated volunteers in a variety of sports coaching, administrative, event, logistic, fundraising and supporting roles.
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