Special Olympics Oklahoma offers 16 Olympic-style individual and team sports that provide meaningful training and competition opportunities for persons with intellectual disabilities. Oklahoma is divided into 14 geographic areas that are managed by volunteer Area Management Teams. In the spring, Special Olympics Oklahoma athletes train and compete in their area to advance to Summer Games. The athletes also train and compete in their area in the fall to advance to Winter Games. In addition, athletes who train in their areas qualify to compete not only in the State competitions, but they also are eligible to compete in National/Regional and World Games.