Current Medal Count
Gold 168 Silver 149 Bronze 120 Total 437
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS AND PARTNERS!
The 2014 National Summer Games that took place July 8 – 13, 2014 in Vancouver was a huge success. We could not have made it possible if it was not for your generous support! The support shown has gone beyond the call of duty and that is what makes your contribution truly invaluable.
Team Ontario was comprised of 353 athletes from across the province in the sports of 5 Pin Bowling, Aquatics/Swimming, Athletics/Track and Field, Basketball, Bocce, Bowling, Football/Soccer, Golf, Gymnastics (Rhythmic), Powerlifting and Softball. Joining the athletes were 83 coaches and 19 management staff. The team experienced many great triumphs at the games including two male track athletes breaking the 12 second barrier in the 100m race, a first in the history of Special Olympics Canada. Rhythmic Gymnastics dominated the group event, winning both gold and silver and the swim team earned an impressive 126 medals. In the end, Team Ontario proudly brought home 437 medals.
On behalf of Special Olympics, we would like to take this time to commend you on truly helping to make a difference in the lives of Team Ontario. The dedication shown has helped Team Ontario athletes’ reach their dreams and personal goals in their respective sports at the 2014 Summer Games.
GOOD LUCK TO OUR TEAM!
Video courtesy of Team Ontario coach Rebecca Cuff
Team Ontario will head to Vancouver from July 8th-13th to represent their Province at the 2014 National Summer Games. The team will be comprised of 353 athletes, 83 coaches and 19 management staff. Team Ontario will be entering athletes into all 11 sports being offered at these Games with 60 athletics athletes, 3 basketball teams, 3 bocce teams, 11 golfers, 8 powerlifters, 12 rhythmic gymnasts, 2 soccer teams, 2 softball teams, 60 swimmers, 60 5-Pin bowlers and 32 10-Pin bowlers. The team is comprised of athletes from all 7 districts, representing 65 communities.
After an intense month of voting, Special
Olympics Ontario is proud to unveil Team Ontario’s new tag line for the 2014
National Summer Games. With the incorporation of the provincial flag, “Bring it
ON” truly embraces this team’s provincial spirit, commitment to improvement and
dedication to sport. The logo includes the Union Jack found in the canton of
the Ontario flag, which is represented in the “O”. The Ontario shield of arms is encompassed in
The logo was designed by Mike Rea an intern
student from Durham College who is currently working with Special Olympics
Ontario (marketing department). Mike
utilized his graphic design expertise to create artwork that represents the
athletes’ positive spirit and admirable determination. The tag line embodies
the competitive nature of these events. It is also intended to inspire athletes
to achieve their personal best. We look forward to seeing the athletes “Bring it ON” in July at the 2014 National Summer Games in
Vancouver – July 8th – 13th.