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Regional Games

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Regional Games are offered for basketball, softball and bowling. The games allow athletes an additional opportunity to compete in their sport and are open to all delegations across Minnesota, although priority will be given to areas invited. Regional games are not a qualifier for state. Volunteer opportunities are for Regional Basketball only.

Upcoming Dates & Venues

Sport Resources

Delegations can sign up for one of the two regional tournaments. If a delegation in interested in participating in both, please contact Devin Kaasa. Athletes can compete in Unified Basketball and Full Court Basketball. Unfortunately athletes participating in Half Court Basketball are not able to compete in both due to scheduling conflicts.

Handbook & Rules

2017 Basketball Handbook (PDF)
Basketball Rules (PDF)

Other Resources

Basketball Team Assessment Form (PDF)

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VOLUNTEER AT REGIONAL BASKETBALL

Regional Games Registration

Although priority will be given to the areas invited for each competition, delegations within another area of the state are welcome to attend, provided that quota is not at capacity.

Change in Transportation Reimbursements

Requests for transportation expenses to Regional Games will be managed through the LETR Scholarship fund this year. Any delegations that would like to request a transportation reimbursement will need to do so through the scholarship, and we will allocate money based more on demand and need than participation. While it’s still our hope we’ll be able to cover a significant amount of transportation requests through the scholarship fund, some delegations may need to cover a portion of these expenses in order to participate in Regional Games.

LETR Scholarship Fund Application (pdf)

Tournament app

Special Olympics Minnesota app on iTunes
Special Olympics Minnesota app on Google Play

CONTACT

Devin Kaasa | College Partnerships & Competition Manager
devin.kaasa@somn.org| 763.270.7182