Special Olympics Georgia (SOGA) is thrilled to host the 2023 State Indoor Winter Games on Friday, January 27th, and Saturday, January 28th at the LakePoint Sports Complex and several other locations across Cobb and Bartow Counties. SOGA is excited to welcome all athletes, coaches, sponsors, and volunteers. Athletes from across the state of Georgia will come together for some friendly competition in Artistic Gymnastics, Basketball, Bowling, Floor Hockey, and Powerlifting.
Special Olympics Georgia (SOGA) is thrilled to host the Southeast Powerlifting on Saturday, January 28th at the Atlanta Marriott Northwest. SOGA is excited to welcome all athletes, coaches, sponsors, and volunteers. Athletes from across the state of Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, and Tennessee will come together for some friendly competition in Deadlift, Bench Press, Squat, Push/Pull, and Full Power.
The competitions will start on the morning of Friday, January 27th at various locations across Cobb and Bartow Counties. Olympic Town will kick off on Saturday, January 28th from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at LakePoint Sports Complex on Court 10. Athletes will also complete multiple Healthy Athletes screenings including FitFeet and Special Smiles. Through these Healthy Athletes disciplines, SOGA athletes will have their feet, ankles, and lower extremities biomechanics evaluated and receive a free dental screening. All athletes who fully complete all Healthy Athlete screenings will be entered to win a brand-new FitBit!
Special Olympics Georgia would like to thank our State Sponsors: Publix, UPS, Marlow’s Tavern, Winter Construction, Knights of Columbus, Georgia State Council, and CocaCola Company for their dedicated support and loyalty to our athletes.
Special Olympics Georgia would also like to recognize the Presenting Sponsor for the 2023 State Indoor Winter Games: Winter Construction.
For more information on State Indoor Winter Games & Southeast Powerlifting, contact Director of Sports, Liz Smith, at Liz.Smith@specialOlympicsGa.org.
About Special Olympics Georgia (SOGA)
SOGA provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for 17,429 children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills, and friendships with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community. For more information, visit. www.SpecialOlympicsGa.org