Fast Facts

What:             
Special Olympics Northern California 2017 Summer Games 

Sports:          
Bocce, Swimming, Tennis, and Track & Field   

Who:
Approximately 1,050 athletes and volunteer coaches

When:            
June 23-25, 2017

Where:          
Host Location:                      
University of California, Davis (UCD)
                        
Opening Ceremonies:        
UCD – UC Davis ARC Pavilion
                        
Facilities:                                 
UCD – A Street Field (bocce), Schaal Aquatic Center and Hickey Gym Pool (swimming), Welch Tennis Center (tennis), and Toomey Field (track & field)

                        
Lodging:                                 
UCD – Segundo Residence Halls
           
About the Special Olympics Northern California 2017 Summer Games
Davis, Calif., will host the Special Olympics Northern California 2017 Summer Games. Approximately 1,050 athletes and volunteer coaches from Northern California will compete or coach in: bocce, swimming, tennis and track & field. Leading into Summer Games, athletes train for 6-to-8 weeks and then compete in regional competitions for each sport.

Summer Games will commence on Friday, June 23, with Opening Ceremonies at the UC Davis ARC Pavilion at 7:00pm. Competitions will take place from Saturday, June 24 through Sunday, June 25, at various facilities on the UC Davis campus. There is no admission fee to watch Opening Ceremonies or the competitions.


For more information on Special Olympics Northern California, visit www.SONC.org

For more information about Summer Games, please visit
www.SummerGamesSO.com


Thank you to our 2017 Summer Games Sponsors

GOLD-MEDAL SPONSORS
Chevron
Flyers Energy
The Kelly Foundation
Law Enforcement Torch Run
Raley's
The Safeway Foundation

SILVER-MEDAL SPONSORS
Kaiser Permanente
Office of Assemblymember Jim Frazier
The Speech Pathology Group
Wells Fargo
Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation

BRONZE-MEDAL SPONSORS
Coca-Cola
Durham School Services
Enterprise Rent-A-Car

COMMUNITY SUPPORTERS
UC Davis |  SwimAmerica