As of November 12, Special Olympics Minnesota is suspending all in-person practices and activities. Only At-Home Bowling participation will be available through December 6th. If you already have bowled in person before November 12, please submit your score through your coach or contact [email protected].


Head coaches should register everyone on their team who is bowling during the season. This includes anyone participating virtually from home. If you want to participate and your delegation is not participating, you can register yourself by contacting [email protected]. All registrations are due by December 6.

If your Delegation is has offered the bowling pilot with in-person team practices, all traditional paperwork and COVID-19 waiver for all athletes, coaches and Unified partners will be due at least one week prior to your first practice.  Special Olympics Minnesota staff will work with your Delegation to confirm this deadline.

Go bowl!!

Virtual bowling option
At Home Bowling

Remember to record your highest score and send it to your coach or submit it to [email protected] yourself.

Receive your SOMN magnet award

At the end of the season, bowling magnets will be distributed to anyone who was registered and submitted a score for the season.

Win an Apple Watch!

Two lucky athletes who registered by December 6 will be entered into a drawing to win an Apple Watch!

Check out our 2020 bowling shirt!

Limited edition bowling T-shirts are available to purchase again this year! Order online before the store closes on December 6.

Order bowling shirt

Pre-order your 2020 bowling shirt by December 6 so you can receive it in time for the holidays!

Safety Statement

Participation in activities on your own that are not at a Special Olympics practice or event nor under the supervision of a Class A coach are considered activities that you are participating at your own risk and are not covered under Special Olympics insurance policies. 


Follow all COVID-19 safety guidelines:

  • Follow social distancing recommendations.
  • Wear face masks
  • Wash hands before, during and after exercise
  • Disinfect any sports and/or training equipment you used

You can reduce your risk of exercise injury by:

  • wearing the right shoes
  • using the correct equipment
  • drinking lots of water – stay hydrated
  • warming up and stretching properly
  • be aware of your surroundings – exercise in a safe and level area clear of any obstacles or items
  • maintain social distancing rules when exercising.