Special Olympics Ireland Floorball Competition
The Special Olympics Ireland Floorball Competition is an annual event that brings together athletes with intellectual disabilities to compete in the sport of floorball. Floorball is a type of indoor hockey that is played with special lightweight sticks and a ball. It is a popular sport among people with disabilities because it is low-impact and easy to learn.
The competition is organized by Special Olympics Ireland. The competition promotes social inclusion, increase physical fitness, and provide a platform for athletes to showcase their skills and abilities.
The Special Olympics Ireland Floorball Competition is open to athletes of all ages and abilities, and participants are placed into divisions based on their skill level. The competition typically takes place over a weekend, with teams competing in a round-robin format followed by knockout stages. The event also includes opening and closing ceremonies, as well as social events and activities for the athletes.