Although Bowling does not belong to the Olympic sports, it is among the most popular sports in Special Olympics. It is a particularly beneficial sport to people with intellectual disabilities, irrespective of their age or sports abilities, since it ensures physical exercise and at the same time participation and social integration. Plus, it’s great fun!

Meet The Coaches

See who is volunteering their time to coach our teams.

Lynn Bostic
Lynn BosticHead Coach

I have been around the extra special (we are all special but I feel ones with disabilities are extra special) community for all my life as I am the sister of a past SO Spring Games participant, cousin to a current participant, friends with a number of athletes older, same age and younger and the proud mom of a current SO athlete! I feel my life purpose is to help people and am overjoyed to be a volunteer and coach for SO!!!! In the little free time I get I enjoy being with my family and friends, playing games, watching movies and I LOVE when I get to play basketball with my kids and go bowling with them or friends!!!
Victoria Blankenship
Victoria Blankenship Assistant Coach

I have worked and volunteered with the disability Community since I was 16 years old. I am a parent of two athletes and happy to help out wherever I can. My passion is community integration for all neurodivergent people and I have committed myself to this mission both personally and professionally.

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