Special Olympics New Zealand aims to enrich the lives of people with intellectual disabilities through sport.
Special Olympics New Zealand provides a year-round programme of sports training and competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Each year more than 6000 athletes train and compete in 13 different Olympic-type summer and winter sports, ranging from swimming, tenpin bowling to snowboarding.
Local clubs give an opportunity for all abilities to come along for either social or competitive sport.
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