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In partnership with our friends at Eli Lilly and Company and in recognition of Lilly’s 2021 Global Day of Service, Special Olympics Indiana is proud to host a special event the second annual Lilly 1,000 Mile Challenge, presented by NIFS and supporting Team Indiana on its journey to the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games. Building upon a…

Another new opportunity to stay active and compete from home, Special Olympics Indiana invites athletes across the state to take part in the 2021 Spring into Fitness Challenge, presented by Pacers Sports & Entertainment. CHALLENGE OVERVIEW: Dates: March 7, 2021 – April 17, 2021 Participants must team-up with one other person to create a pair…

A friendly competition between county programs has been created for the program year 2021. The competition is meant to encourage participation in both in-person events and virtual challenges, as we transition out of a “pandemic” in hopes of one day we can all come together on one playing field. The 2021 calendar has been divided…

Special Olympics Unified Fitness Clubs are locally organized fitness-focused groups that will give members a way to exercise year-round. Clubs are formed using the Unified Sports model, matching people with and without disabilities. While walking  is expected to be the primary activity, clubs will be encouraged to expand the range of activities based on the…

Special Olympics Unified Fitness Clubs are locally organized fitness-focused groups that will give members a way to exercise year-round. Clubs are formed using the Unified Sports model, matching people with and without disabilities. While walking  is expected to be the primary activity, clubs will be encouraged to expand the range of activities based on the…

Special Olympics Unified Fitness Clubs are locally organized fitness-focused groups that will give members a way to exercise year-round. Clubs are formed using the Unified Sports model, matching people with and without disabilities. While walking  is expected to be the primary activity, clubs will be encouraged to expand the range of activities based on the…

Adequate hydration and fluid replacement is one of the most important nutritional concerns for an athlete. Ensuring that all athletes are adequately hydrated is a critical responsibility for the coach. As small a loss as four percent of body weight (four ponds in a hundred pound person) can seriously affect performance. Adequate hydration is important…

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