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Camp Shriver

Each summer Special Olympics New Jersey conducts Camp Shriver, a fun sports camp for individuals with intellectual disabilities. While the goal is to have fun, athletes also work on enhancing their proficiency and skills in a variety of sports. More information »

Beach Bump

Who says summer has to be over after Labor Day? Join us on September 12 in Atlantic City for Beach Bump, a 6-on-6 sand volleyball tournament to benefit Special Olympics New Jersey. Can you dig it? More on Beach Bump »

One More Tri

Test your endurance at One More Tri, a USA Triathlon-sanctioned triathlon/duathlon/aquavelo in Asbury Park. Choose from the traditional sprint triathlon or the short sprint triathlon. Both events include ocean swim, bike and running components. Participants can sign up as individuals or part of a relay team. More about One More Tri »

Plane Pull

Are you ready for the ultimate tug of war? Go against a 93,000 lb Boeing and see if you have what it takes. Join us on September 26 at Newark International Airport for this unique event to help support the more than 25,000 athletes of Special Olympics New Jersey. More on Plane Pull »

Dodgetoberfest

Can you duck, dip, dive and DODGE? Dodgetoberfest is the Law Enforcement Torch Run's newest fundraiser for Special Olympics New Jersey. Teams of six to ten will compete in a tournament format comprised of competitive, recreational, and co-ed divisions. If you're hit...you're OUT! Don't dodge the fun! More about Dodgetoberfest »

Sports Complex

The Special Olympics New Jersey Sports Complex is a one-of-kind facility, affording individuals with intellectual disabilities, their families and the community a place to come together to increase the quality and expand the reach of Special Olympics throughout the state. More on the Sports Complex »

World Games are here! More »
2015 Camp Shriver is underway and will run through August 13! More »
Test your endurance at One More Tri, a USA Triathlon-sanctioned triathlon/duathlon/aquavelo in Asbury Park. More »

Latest News

New Jersey's own, Noah Dellas has become the first person ever to finish a triathlon at the Special Olympics World Games, where the sport is being contested for the first time. More »

Four years ago, Megan Lipski started out with Special Olympics New Jersey coaching Developmental Soccer. Now she's in Los Angeles for the 2015 Special Olympics World Games as a Unified Volleyball Partner for Special Olympics USA. Read, in Megan's words, what she enjoys so much about her involvement. More »

Special Olympics Young Athletes is a unique sport and play program for athletes ages 2 through 7. What started as a project by Ellen Anderson, PT, PhD, GCS, has grown into a global phenomenon reaching 120 countries worldwide, and growing. Advance Healthcare Network visited the Special Olympics New Jersey Summer Games in June to see our Young Athletes participate in two days of fun and sports. More »

Participants of the 2nd annual Statue of Liberty 5K started their Fourth of July celebrations with an early morning (and patriotic) run around Lady Liberty. More »

Special Olympics New Jersey is pleased to announce that Heather Bell Andersen has been appointed as its new President and CEO. More »

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