Special Olympics Forsyth County is a year-round sports training and competition program for individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities. Our program is the 3rd largest Special Olympics program in the state, with more than 1,600 athletes training and competing in 15 different sports. Throughout the season, athletes grow by demonstrating courage, experiencing joy, engaging in new friendships, and enhancing their skills.
There is no charge for athletes to train and compete in Special Olympics.
Special Olympics Forsyth County offers sports training in the Fall and Spring. Each team has the opportunity to attend the Fall Tournament or Summer Games. Winning participants have an opportunity to compete in state and national games.
For more information about Special Olympics contact Carlie Pudney at 336-727-2425 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall 2018 Training Schedule [pdf/1p]
Need an updated Medical?
Download the medical form, and return the completed form via mail to Carlie Pudney, 2301 N. Patterson Ave, Winston-Salem, NC 27103. You can also fax it to 336-747-9388 or return it to one of the following SOFC Liasons at first practice:
Carlie Pudney: Liason for Bowling, Aquatics, Track and Field (Spring Sports)
Brandii Little: Liason for Cheerleading (Spring Sports)
Leanne Pressley: Liason for Basketball, Softball, Unified Volleyball and Volleyball (Spring Sports)
Special Olympics Forsyth County Unified Partner form [pdf/20kb/1p]
UPCOMING EVENTS: 2018 Polar Plunge
Come out to Emerald Pointe on Saturday, February 24 and cheer on your Forsyth County Local Program Coordinator, Carlie Pudney as she makes her first jump in the 2018 Polar Plunge!
Donate to the Polar Plunge
Register for and learn more about the 2018 Triad Chill Polar Plunge
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