2014 Schedule of Events

  • March 22: SOMS State Basketball Tournament, Madison, Mississippi
  • May 9 - 11: SOMS State Summer Games, Keesler AFB/Biloxi/Ocean Springs
  • June 14 - 22: USA SO National Summer Games in Princeton, NJ
  • July 9 -13: SO SE Regional Sailing Regatta in Biloxi, MS (note date change from August)
  • August 14: Hit a Home Run for Special Olympics, Presented by Watson Quality Ford, Pearl, MS
  • September 20: Ingalls 5K on the Causeway, Pascagoula, MS
  • September 25: EKS Day, (Eunice Kennedy Shriver)
  • October 10 - 12: SOMS State Fall Games, Camp Shelby Training Site, Hattiesburg, Mississippi
  • November 15: Lucky 7 Fun Run, Flowood to Ridgeland, MS
  • November 21 - 22: SOMS State Equestrian Competition, Brandon, Mississippi (tentative)

 

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A key feature of Special Olympics is a series of sports competitions patterned on the World Olympics and held annually at each organizational level, culmination in World Summer and Winter Games, which alternate every two years. In addition to the athletic competition, all Games include the pageantry and excitement of the Olympics Games, with events, such as; Opening & Closing Ceremonies, the lighting of the Special Olympics Flame of Hope, Awards Ceremonies, and a variety of cultural activities.

Over 100 area games, 95 coaches training schools, and seven state level competitions are held annually in a variety of sports that take place in the State of Mississippi. The State Games Sites include:

  • Biloxi/ Ocean Springs/ Keesler AFB for State Summer Games
  • Hattiesburg/ Camp Shelby for State Fall Games
  • Gulfport for State Equestrian
  • The Coast Area for Winter Sports Games
  • Southaven/ Jackson/ Coast for State Bowling
  • Madison for State Basketball
  • Sardis Lake/ State Park for State Canoeing

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