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Ice (Figure & Speed) Skating

Game On: Learn about the divisioning process that differentiates Special Olympics from other sport organizations.

Figure Skating

  • Individual Skills
  • Singles Competition
  • Pairs Skating
  • Ice Dancing
  • Unified Sports Pairs Skating
  • Unified Sports Ice Dancing

 

 

Speed Skating

  • 25m Straightaway
  • 55m Half Lap Race
  • 111m Race
  • 222m Race
  • 333m Race
  • 500m Race
  • 700m Race
  • 1000m Race
  • 1500m Race

Always communicate with your local coordinator if you are interested in submitting registration for an event.

Winter Games/Invitational Registration Forms 

Local program coordinators should submit entries along with the remainder of the Southeast Winter Games registration.

SOVA Speed Skating Championships Registration Forms 

Registration forms will be posted once received. Please email sports@sonc.net if you are interested in sending athletes to this event in the winter of 2019.

  • Registration Forms
  • SOVA Speed Skating Championships Event Schedule (for information)

Assessment Forms 

For coaches’ use only – do NOT submit with event registration.

Special Olympics Southeast Winter Games – Figure Skating is an additional competition opportunity for SONC athletes, as well as athletes from surrounding states. This event will take place on Sunday, February 10, 2019 at the Extreme Ice Center located at 4705 Indian Trail Fairview Rd, Indian Trail, NC 28079.

Special Olympics Virginia invites Special Olympics athletes from other programs to compete in their Speed Skating Championships. This event is February 16-17, 2019 at Chilled Ponds Ice Arean located at 1416 Stephanie Way, Chesapeake, VA 23320 . Email sports@sonc.net if you are interested in this opportunity.

Host an Invitational

Local programs are encouraged to invite neighboring counties to participate in invitationals, scrimmages, or leagues.  Click here for some basic steps on how to get started.

About Ice (Figure & Speed) Skating:

Differences of Special Olympics North Carolina Ice (Figure & Speed) Skating:

History:

By the Numbers: 

Sport Development Teams (SDT) are responsible for assisting with local and state-level programs and competition, educating coaches and officials, and promoting active engagement among athletes throughout the year.  Click here for more information.

Tappie Dellinger – SDT Director
Indian Trail

Certified Clinicians receive additional training in presentational skills to conduct training schools in their community.  In order to become a Certified Clinician one must have a Special Olympics North Carolina level 2 sport certification in this sport.

For more information on becoming an SDT member or a Certified Clinician, contact sports@sonc.net.

Find out if this sport is offered in your community

Become an Athlete or Unified Partner

Special Olympics North Carolina offers sports training and competition in 19 Olympic-type sports to children and adults with intellectual disabilities.  Learn more on how to become an athlete.

Become a Unified partner and play on a team alongside athletes with intellectual disabilities.

Become a Coach

Combine knowledge and passion for a sport by becoming a Special Olympics North Carolina coach to lead athletes in preparing for local and state-level competition.

Become a Volunteer

Serve a crucial role at Special Olympics North Carolina by volunteering at our office or one of our many events throughout the year. Check out our home page for these volunteer opportunities.

Share Your Sport Knowledge

Officiate for Special Olympics North Carolina by donating your time as a sports official.  Contact sports@sonc.net for more information.

Sport Development Team members (SDT) are active volunteers who channel their passion and knowledge for a sport into effective leadership for local and state programs.  

Certified clinicians supplement the SDT by providing coaches training in their community.  Click here for trainers.

For more information on getting involved, contact sports@sonc.net.