Reach Your Personal Best!
“Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt”
Our Special Olympics volunteers provide sporting opportunities for all people with an intellectual disability regardless of their skills. While some Special Olympics athletes strive to win medals, others enjoy the chance to get active, have fun, make friends and be part of a family. Our sports programs are delivered within a supportive environment where people with an intellectual disability are accepted and can feel proud. Through the support of Special Olympics we hope to inspire individuals to improve their health, develop self-confidence and bring joy to themselves, their families and their community. You can help us give more people with an intellectual disability a chance to achieve their personal best. Learn more about Special Olympics, be inspired by our athletes or best of all, get involved!
(Term 1 & 4) Training on Monday evenings has concluded. (Term 2 & 3) Training will now take place on Saturdays from 2nd April 2016 for 16 weeks between 11am and 12noon at Masonic Oval 1, (in Balcombe Heights Estate), Seven Hills Road, Baulkham Hills under the Guidance of St Michaels FC/ASR.. This program is run in conjunction with the Hills Knights Kickaroos special needs program.
Held Mon/Thurs nights from 6.50pm-7.50pm at Oakhill College. Athletes are coached in freestyle, butterfly, breaststroke and backstroke. They can go on to compete at Regional, State, National and International level.
Great opportunity to learn co-ordination, self-expression and make new friends. Held Tuesdays (two sessions). Afternoon from 4:45-5:45pm and evening from 6:00-7:00pm at Oakhill College.