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OLYMPIQUES SPÉCIAUX QUÉBEC : LES ATHLÈTES REDOUBLENT D'EFFORTS À MOINS DE 100 JOURS DES JEUX D'ÉTÉ DE QUÉBEC 2017
7 April 2017
OLYMPIQUES SPÉCIAUX QUÉBEC : LES ATHLÈTES REDOUBLENT D'EFFORTS À MOINS DE 100 JOURS DES JEUX D'ÉTÉ DE QUÉBEC 2017

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A 22-MEDAL HAUL FOR QUÉBEC ATHLÈTES AT THE 2017 SPECIAL OLYMPICS WORLD WINTER GAMES
28 March 2017
A 22-MEDAL HAUL FOR QUÉBEC ATHLÈTES AT THE 2017 SPECIAL OLYMPICS WORLD WINTER GAMES

The 11 Québec athletes on Team Canada brought back 22 medals from the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games that were held in Austria.

From March 14th to March 25th, some 3,000 athletes living with an intellectual disability from 110 countries gathered in Austria, for a week of competition in 9 sports.

Made up of 110 athletes, the Canadian delegation won a total of 117 medals, including the 10 gold, 7 silver and 5 bronze medals captured by the Québec athletes.

 

Our athletes achieved outstanding performances in the fifth sports in which they competed: alpine skiing, figure skating, floor hockey, speed skating and snowshoeing.  


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ALEX HARVEY DEVIENT PORTE-PAROLE DES JEUX D'ÉTÉ OSQ QUÉBEC 2017
27 March 2017
ALEX HARVEY DEVIENT PORTE-PAROLE DES JEUX D'ÉTÉ OSQ QUÉBEC 2017

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NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
13 March 2017
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT

Francine Gendron – Executive Director of Special Olympics Québec

I am very pleased to announce the appointment of. Francine Gendron as Executive Director of Special Olympics Québec. Francine will take up her duties on Monday, March 6, 2017, and her email address will be fgendron@olympiquesspeciaux.qc.ca


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EADY FOR THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS WORLD WINTER GAMES IN AUSTRIA!
27 February 2017

There are just two weeks to go before the opening of the Special Olympics World Winter Games, and the excitement is at its peak for the 11 Quebec athletes who will be participating in this major event.

From March 14th to March 25th, some 3,000 athletes living with an intellectual disability from 110 countries will gather in Austria, for a week of competition in 9 sports.

Eleven Quebecers will be among the Canadian delegation, composed of 110 athletes, who will compete in alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, figure skating, floor hockey, speed skating and snowshoeing.

The entire Quebec movement is extremely proud to see these athletes participate in this international competition and wishes them the best of luck. This achievement is a testament to their passion, determination and discipline. 


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