Athlete Registration


Programs are open to individuals with an intellectual disability and are designed to increase fitness levels, develop individual and/or team skills and to promote sportsmanship and fair play. No person shall, on the grounds of gender, race, religion, ability level, or financial constraint be excluded from participation. Please note, however, that some sports may require good upper body strength and coordination.

If you have any questions regarding eligibility, please contact Dianne Zamborsky at


For liability and safety reasons, the medicals of each athlete participating in a program (or competition) must be on-site. An athlete cannot participate in the day’s events (training or competition) if there is not a current completed medical on hand, regardless of whether they, or their guardian, give their authority to participate without one. Head Coaches should ensure that they have up-to-date medicals, especially prior to attending a competition. Medications change all the time and we are not always notified. If you are advised of any change on a medical form, please notify the Registration Coordinator.

How To Register

In order to register for our programs, please complete the following:

    1. First time new athletes and returning athletes – you must complete SOBC’s Registration and Medical Form AND Participant Waiver Form – and send to (needs to be filled out every year).
    2. Mail Annual Fee of $25, paid by cheque made payable to “SOBC – Vancouver” with your Registration and Medical Form AND Participant Waiver. For those registering online please include the first page of your Registration and Medical Form with your cheque and send to:SOBC – Vancouverc/o Registration Coordinator

      401 – 1265 Beach Avenue

      Vancouver, BC V6E 1V4


Note: There may be additional program fees as listed under each sport

Downloadable Forms

Athlete Registration and Medical Form :

The Athlete Registration and Medical Form must be completed every year. Please notify the Registration Coordinator if there are any changes to your medical information or have new contact information.”

To learn about Special Olympics guidelines and procedures, or to access additional important forms, please go to the Forms & Policies, Registration Forms and Policies page.