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Area 6

Cathy Morris | Volunteer, Area Administrative Coordinator507.430.7804

Terms to Know

AthleteA registered participant with Special Olympics who is at least eight years of age and has an intellectual disability DelegationTerm often used to refer to a Special Olympics team. However, a delegation may consist of multiple “teams” within a given sport (e.g., the Western Wings delegation may have four basketball teams). Head of delegationLead volunteer …

Athlete Leadership

Athlete Leadership exists to empower athletes to develop leadership skills and utilize their voices to assume meaningful leadership roles, influence change in the Special Olympics movement, and educate communities around the world that results in positive life changes. Leadership University July 17-19, 2020 | Bethel University Our athlete leadership classes are now being offered through …

Coaches

Coaches are role models and character builders. Coaches give Special Olympics athletes the most immediate awareness of their own worth, ability, courage and capacity to grow and improve. Are you new to Special Olympics Minnesota? If you’re interested in being a coach, a team assistant or a Unified Partner and have not been in contact with a …

Law Enforcement Torch Run

The Law Enforcement Torch Run® (LETR) is the largest grassroots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle for Special Olympics in the world. The Minnesota LETR is supported by the Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association and Minnesota Fraternal Order of Police. The Law Enforcement Torch Run holds many events for Special Olympics Minnesota throughout the year. During …

Unified Partners

Unified Partners compete alongside Special Olympics athletes. Training together and playing together becomes a quick path to friendship and understanding. Are you new to Special Olympics Minnesota? Get more information via our Interest Form! Are you connected with a Special Olympics Minnesota team? Are you an existing Unified Partner? Do you need to update your …