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OSU hosts 55th Special Olympics Summer Games, 39th on campus

More than 4,600 athletes traveled to Stillwater last week to attend the country’s largest Special Olympics Summer Games. This year marked the 39th Summer Games hosted at Oklahoma State University with the City of Stillwater and the 55th anniversary of the annual event in Oklahoma.
Special Olympics athletes celebrate during their event.
Second annual Chilly Cowboy event raises more than $50,000 for Special Olympics Oklahoma

Tue, Feb 07, 2023

Members of the Oklahoma State Athletics family took an icy plunge Monday to support Special Olympics Oklahoma during the second annual Chilly Cowboy.

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Chilly Cowboy auction and event to benefit Special Olympics Stillwater

Tue, Jan 31, 2023

After raising more than $30,000 for Special Olympics Oklahoma last year, the Chilly Cowboy returns this week. The event is led by former Oklahoma State softball standout Chelsea Alexander and First Cowboy Darren Shrum.

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Special Olympics Summer Games return to OSU campus

Mon, May 09, 2022

After two years of cancellations because of COVID-19, the Oklahoma Special Olympics Summer Games will return to the Oklahoma State University-Stillwater campus May 11-13. This year will mark the 37th Summer Games hosted at OSU and the 52nd anniversary of the Summer Games in Oklahoma.

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Freezing for a reason: OSU’s Chilly Cowboy fundraiser for Special Olympics Oklahoma raises more than $30,000

Mon, Mar 07, 2022

Two dozen fellow OSU coaches, players and administrators stepped into the dunk tank as part of the first Chilly Cowboy — a fundraiser for Special Olympics Oklahoma.

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Chilly Cowboy auction and event to benefit Special Olympics Stillwater

Tue, Feb 15, 2022

Oklahoma State University First Cowboy Darren Shrum and softball student-athlete Chelsea Alexander are leading a fundraiser for Special Olympics through an auction and event called the Chilly Cowboy.

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