What’s Your Special Olympics IQ?
What medals can the competitors of Special Olympics win?
- Ribbons only, no medals
- Platinum, gold, silver
- Gold, silver, bronze
What's the Special Olympics' overall mission?
- Sports competition for people with intellectual disabilities
- Sports summer camps for physically challenged kids
- Sports competition for physically challenged adults
Where do Special Olympics events take place?
- Only in North America
- Mostly in Europe
- All over the world
- Only in counties that have hot summers
Who can volunteer for regional and even global Special Olympics support teams?
- Anyone with some time to commit
- Medical professionals
- Coaching professionals
- All of the above
Like the regular Olympics, the Special Olympics have:
- Only summer games
- Only winter games
- Only indoor competitions
- Both summer and winter games
Which of the following is criteria used to divide Special Olympic athletes into competition categories:
- All three criteria are used
What important benefit do Special Olympic athletes get as competitors?
- A salary
- Free health examinations
- Only the pleasure of competition
- Tuition reimbursement
Which organization allows the Special Olympics to use the term "Olympics" in its title?
- International Sports Federation for Persons with Intellectual Disability (FID)
- International Olympic Committee (IOC)
- International Disability Alliance (IDA)
In what city was the 1st International Special Olympics summer games held?
- Kansas City
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The Special Olympics is a global event dedicated to celebrating individuals with intellectual disabilities. This worldwide sports competition includes athletes of varying ages, genders, and ability level. Take this quiz to test your Special Olympics IQ. How much Special Olympics trivia do you know?