If you will be participating in spring/summer training or competition, you will need to fill out the online signup sheet below.
It is EXTREMELY important that you sign up if you plan on competing, since our registration is due on April 18 and our first week of swim practice is after that date.
It is very important to register, so that we know how many coaches/volunteers we will need.
The last day to register for competition will be Friday April 6, 2018, so please fill this form out as soon as you get it. You should receive an email confirmation after you submit the form.
Only those that sign up for COMPETITION will be registered for the summer games.
It costs Oxford Special Olympics money for every athlete and partner that is registered for competition, so if you register for COMPETITION and don’t show, or change your mind, then we will be out that money, which isn’t fair to anyone.
Cycling / Swimming / Track & Field
Oxford Special Olympics will be training in three sports this Spring – Cycling, Track and Field, and Swimming – both Developmental and Advanced. Competition will be at the Special Olympics Connecticut Summer Games on June 8-10, 2018.
You may train in ALL of the sports, but must select only 1 for competition, since the competition will be held simultaneously on the same weekend. If you sign up for competition, then you are expected to attend all of the practices for that sport. If you have too many unexcused absences, then you will be scratched from competition.
All of the pertinent information is included on the form, so please READ IT CAREFULLY.
Special Olympics CT will be offering a cycling coaches training class next week:
Quinnipiac University – North Haven Campus 370 Bassett Rd, North Haven, CT 06473
Cycling Coaches Training following the Summer Games Meeting from 12- 2:30 PM. Please be prepared to bring your bicycle and helmet! Click the link to register by Wednesday, March 14th.
Please let us know if you are planning on registering for this class.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Larry.