Enjoy stories below about the power of Special Olympics Virginia to inspire hope, confidence and courage.
Tim Nash, an athlete from Virginia Beach, is deaf. He's also the unquestioned leader of his team whose presence on the court is contagious.1 Min Read
For 35 years, Tamal Lee has been a staple of Special Olympics Area 21 Min Read
Stop into one of these 17 stores and support our athletes.1 Min Read
Special Olympics Virginia will be the recipient of Track Laps for Charity at Richmond Raceway1 Min Read
47 states including Special Olympics Virginia headed to Washington D.C.1 Min Read
Special Olympics Board Vice Chair, Loretta Clairborne, celebrates the black athletes who have contributed to the Special Olympics movement.
Virginia Tech, a Special Olympics Unified Champion School, received national banner recognition Feb. 4 for the school's efforts to provide inclusive sports for that include persons with and without disabilities. This honor is a result of meeting 10 Special Olympics’ national standards of excellence in the areas of inclusion, advocacy and respect. Virginia Tech is the first university in the state to receive this honor.1 Min Read
2,664 Chill Seekers Raise $1.55 Million for Special Olympics Virginia at 31st Polar Plunge® Festival3 Min Read