Athletes participating in recreational sports
Coaches and unified partners in recreational sports
These 6-8 week programs are perfect for athletes who are ready to learn sports skills and gameplay, but aren’t yet ready for a competitive program. Sport activities and trainings focus on track & field, soccer, basketball, tennis, volleyball, and flag football skills.Sign Up
With nearly a dozen different Walking Club locations, there’s sure to be one near you! Whether you’re looking to enjoy fresh air, make new friends, hit that step goal, or just get some exercise, walking clubs are a perfect, low-stakes way to get involved with Special Olympics.Sign Up
Come and groove to your favorite pop songs alongside other enthusiastic and passionate dancers of all skill levels! Most dance classes teach the foundations of hiphop or street jazz genres and incorporate Zumba-like and aerobic movement.Sign Up
With both a passion for soccer and the dream of becoming a sports broadcaster, Radley Theolien went into MLS All-Star week as not only an athlete representing the New England Revolution Unified Team, but as a man-on-the-ground reporter.
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