Please Email:
Chris Probst, Games Manager
CProbst@guelphpolice.ca




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 2016 Provincial Spring Games Training Squad

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       Newsletter, Final Issue: June 2016 Update    

Please click here to read and download the final issue of the
2016 Special Olympics Ontario Provincial Spring Games Newsletter
    
 

 Thank you athletes, coaches and volunteers...

It was fantastic! The 2016 Provincial Spring Games are now concluded. We met hundreds of talented and enthusiastic athletes and worked with the 600 volunteers who helped make it happen.

Now you can find:

 

Due to music copyright regulations, Rogers cannot sell copies of the opening or closing ceremonies. 
To purchase a copy of the half hour highlights show please contact
Jen.Schmidt@rci.rogers.com to arrange payment.  

 These resources are all in addition to our own personal highlights whether it was at a big event like opening ceremonies, a close competition or a quieter moment like meeting a new friend.

Thank you for joining us in Guelph. We wish you all the best. You are all champions to us.

 


 

                                                                                    

 

On behalf of the men and women of the Guelph Police Service, we are very pleased and honoured to be hosting the Special Olympics Ontario 2016 Provincial Spring Games, May 26-28 in the City of Guelph.

The 2016 Spring Games will be one of the largest Special Olympics Provincial Games ever held in Ontario. With 6 sports and over 900 athletes, coaches and team delegates, it will be an event to remember. Over 500 parents and guests are expected and other visitors will create a great atmosphere for everyone.

Police Services and Agencies across Ontario are extremely proud of the partnership we have with Special Olympics.  The very first Provincial Games to be hosted by a Police Service was back in 1996 when Cornwall Community Police Service hosted the Spring Games.  20 years later, it’s now our turn to shine … look how far we’ve come!  Special Olympics has grown by leaps and bounds since 1996. The City of Guelph is very excited and ready to embrace this event, giving us an opportunity to showcase our community spirit and sense of pride.

We look forward to welcoming the athletes and their families to the City of Guelph.  The motto for the Games is “Believe and Achieve”.  This speaks volumes to what can be accomplished, and emanates the overall spirit of the Games.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Guelph Welcomes the 2016 Special Olympics Ontario

Spring Games

 

Thursday, May 26, 2016 - Saturday, May 28, 2016

The city of Guelph has officially received the torch and has been given the opportunity to host the 2016 Spring Games. These games will be one of the largest Special Olympics Provincial Games ever held in Ontario. With six sports and over 900 athletes, coaches and team delegates, it will be an event to remember.

 

Swimming, powerlifting, basketball, rhythmic dance as well as 5 and 10 pin bowling will provide Guelph with an entertaining few days of athletic competition. The University of Guelph will be hosting many of the athletic events as well as providing accomodations for the athletes.

 

As the official coordinators of the games, the Guelph Police Service is asking the Guelph Community to support us in our fundraising initiatives and to have you sign up to be a volunteer for the games themselves. Together, we can make this Spring Games the best that Ontario has ever seen; let's make it fantastic.

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 













 

 

 

 

 

 



   
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