Gail Anderson Nominated for World Winter Games in 2025~

Gail Andersen Secures Nomination for Special Olympics USA Roster for 2025 World Winter Games

Special Olympics Montana is thrilled to announce that Gail Andersen has been nominated to represent Montana at the 2025 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Torino, Italy. Gail’s outstanding achievements and commitment to various sports, including basketball, alpine skiing, athletics, cycling, bocce, snowshoeing, and more, have earned her an opportunity to secure a place on the Special Olympics USA roster in snowshoeing.

Gail’s journey to the World Winter Games will involve a crucial step as she heads to the Special Olympics USA training camp in April to secure her spot. This training camp will serve as a preparation ground for Gail and other athletes who are set to showcase their skills and sportsmanship on the global stage.

As an athlete with a rich history dating back to 1995, Gail Andersen has consistently demonstrated her passion for a wide range of sports. From the fast-paced action of basketball to the precision of alpine skiing, Gail’s versatility shines through in her participation in athletics, cycling, bocce, snowshoeing, bowling, and more. Her dedication and achievements have not only made her a respected member of the Kalispell Krushers but have also earned her the honor of representing Montana at the international level.

The 2025 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Torino, Italy, will bring together athletes from around the globe to compete in various winter sports, including snowshoeing, which is Gail’s designated event. We are confident that Gail will not only bring her exceptional athletic abilities to the competition but will also embody the spirit of sportsmanship and camaraderie that defines the Special Olympics.

To Gail Andersen, we say congratulations on this incredible achievement! Your journey to the World Winter Games is a testament to your hard work, determination, and love for sports. We are proud to have you represent Montana, and we will be cheering you on every step of the way. Best of luck at the Special Olympics USA training camp in April – secure that spot, Gail!