Music City Blitz is an Adult Flag Football Tournament where you get the opportunity to play on a professional football field and hear the roar of the crowd. Register to play in the Music City Blitz to benefit Special Olympics TN at Nissan Stadium. This years tournament will be held on Sunday June 6th, 2021. Click the button below for more information and to register your team today!
With Special Olympics programming currently on hold, we have moved our resources for athletes, Unified partners, and coaches online. The Healthy at Home toolkit is accessible to all and has resources for fitness, emotional health, Unified Champion Schools, Young Athletes, coaches resources, and more! Check back frequently as this is an evolving resource guide!
Athletes want to perform their best at every competition. You can do this by being fit. Fit 5 is a plan for physical activity, nutrition, and hydration. It can improve your health and fitness to make you the best athlete you can be.
The Music City Corporate Challenge, is an Olympic-style event that allows Greater Nashville Area corporations to interact with each other through a variety of sporting events. Competitions will take place over the course of six weeks and companies will earn points toward their overall team score based on participation, placement and volunteer support.
About UsSpecial Olympics is a movement built on inclusion, where every person is accepted and welcomed, regardless of ability or disability. We are helping make the world a better, healthier, and more joyful place through the power of sport.Stay in TouchGet the latest updates from Special Olympics Tennessee sent right to your inbox!Special Olympics Tennessee (SOTN) offers sports training and competition in 17 Olympic style sports to children and adults with intellectual disabilities. Individuals eight years old and up can compete in local and state competitions. The Young Athletes program is available for children with and without intellectual disabilities, ages 2-7.Our reach extends beyond the playing field! Sport, health, and education programming enriches the lives of more than 18,000 participating athletes.
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The Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools program is aimed at promoting social inclusion through intentionally planned and implemented activities affecting systems-wide change.
Special Olympics Tennessee
Our reach extends across Tennessee and brings sport, health and education programs to individuals with intellectual disabilities.