Frog or Inukshuk? Hmmmm…


Nordic skiers were out training for their upcoming Special Olympics Provincials Qualifier Meet.

While out having fun in -18°C weather, they came came across an Inukshuk on the trail.  They thought that it resembled a frog and decided to show off their skills and get into their best frog poses for a photo.

Special Olympics kids ski trailPhoto: Rob, Coach Gene, Cole and Rachelle

Some of the Nordic Skiers will be heading to Huntsville for the Nordic Provincial Qualifier on March 4th!

Brilliant sunshine and brilliant skiers.

We wish them all the best!

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About Special Olympics Ontario Sault

Special Olympics Ontario is a volunteer driven organization with some 18,000 athletes and 8,000 volunteers registered across the province. 

In Sault Ste. Marie, we have over 100 Special Olympians, aged 14 to 60+ years, who participate in Special Olympics sports locally and some who qualify by desire, skill, and training to compete regionally, provincially, nationally and hopefully some day at world competitions.

Our local Special Olympians participate in Bowling, Curling, Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing, Track and Field, Swimming, Baseball and Floor Hockey.

We are very proud of the accomplishments of our local Special Olympians and their individual success stories. Every facet of our community is dedicated to enriching the lives of people with intellectual disabilities.

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