Competition is first and foremost on the minds of Special Olympics athletes and those who support them when they train and compete for medals. But equally important are friendships that are made between athletes, families, and coaches through our area and state championships that provide a natural extension for families. Athletes can begin participating at 2 years old through the Young Athletes skills development clinic at State Games and continue to compete for a lifetime because Special Olympics Colorado does not have an age limit to compete.

Basketball players dribbling down the court.

Participant getting ready to serve the ball

Fall Classic presented by TD Ameritrade

The Fall Classic is our state championship for Bowling and Volleyball! If you know Special Olympics, you know bowling is one of the most popular sports around and in Colorado it’s no different! We have thousands of bowlers who train throughout the year and fight for their chance to compete at the State Fall Classic presented by TD Ameritrade on November 19th!

Thank you to our event sponsors: TD Ameritrade, Johns Manville, Lockton & ADT

2016 State Fall Classic Bowling Final Results

2016 State Fall Classic Volleyball Final Results

State Fall Classic Bowling General Schedule and Information

State Fall Classic Bowling Events and Schedule by Delegation, 11.15.2016

State Fall Classic Volleyball Schedule, updated 11.14.2016

State Fall Classic First Coach Mailing, 10.12.2016

Bowling Fall Classic Rosters, 10.31.2016

Bowling Volunteer Cheat Sheet

Volleyball Fall Classic Rosters, 10.31.2016

Volleyball Divisions, 10.31.2016

Volleyball Coach Memo 09.09.2016

Map and Directions to Elevation Volleyball Club

Prom Flyer 2016


Participants on bikes Participants playing baseballParticipant playing tennis

Summer Classic Presented by Spectrum

Congratulations to all of the athletes and partners who competed in bocce, cycling, golf, softball, and tennis at the State Summer Classic presented by Spectrum!  There was great competition in all sports, please find the results below.  A big thanks to all of the coaches and volunteers for all of their hard work, and to the spectators for their cheering and support!

Bocce Final Results

Cycling Final Results

Golf Final Results

Softball Final Results

Tennis Final Results

Summer Classic Second Mailing: August 2, 2016

Summer Classic Fact Sheet

Redstone Park Map

Directions to Fitzsimons Golf Course

Summer Classic Schedule, updated August 18

Bocce Schedule, updated August 17

Volunteer Registration Redstone Park Map

Bocce Cheat Sheet

Softball Cheat Sheet

Softball Score Sheet Scenarios

Softball Score Sheet Sample


Participants running trackParticipant powerlifting

Participant on beam

Summer Games

The State Summer Games at Colorado Mesa University is our largest competition!  Over 1,000 athletes and partners competed in aquatics, athletics, gymnastics, powerlifting, and soccer during the two-day event. Congratulations to all of the participants on a wonderful competition, and a special thanks to our coaches and other volunteers in making the 2016 State Summer Games such a success!  Please find below the results of competition.

Aquatics Results

Athletics Results

Soccer Results

Powerlifting Results

Click here to view photos from the Poze Photo Booth at the Summer Games!