Louisville Polar Plunge

Polar Plunge

Thank you to everyone who took part in the
2018 Louisville Polar Plunge/ No Splash Bash at Hopcat!

This year you helped us raise more than $148,000 for Special Olympics Kentucky athletes.

See Photos from the Louisville Polar Plunge

For information about the 2019 Louisville Polar Plunge,
contact Kayleah Barnes at 502-326-5002 or kbarnes@soky.org.

Louisville Polar Plunge - Learfield

Team Learfield – led by Special Olympics parent and Learfield and SOKY Board member John Penny – raised an event-high $20,054.43 in their first year of involvement in the Plunge.

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The Polar Plunge gives you the Chill of a Lifetime! Join us for the Polar Plunge for Special Olympics.

Raise a minimum of $75 (or $50 for Polar Bears under 18) and take the Plunge! This year you have the CHOICE of jumping off the docks into the Ohio River or into a pool set up in the Brown-Forman amphitheater.

Individual and group costume winners will be announced during intermission. Prize categories include: top individual fundraiser, top group fundraising team, corporate/civic, school and law enforcement divisions.

Can’t plunge, but still want to support Special Olympics? No problem. Register as Too Chicken to Plunge. You get a special Too Chicken shirt and are eligible for all other fundraising awards.

Either way, you’ll be Freezin’ for a Reason!

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Louisville Polar Plunge - Cold Medalists

The Olympics-themed “Cold Medalists” – a first-year Plunge team – took home the Best Group costume award.

For more information or for sponsorship details, contact Kayleah Barnes at 800-326-5002 or by e-mail at kbarnes@soky.org.

2018 Louisville Plunge Award Winners

Top Overall Fundraiser — John Penny, Team Learfield; $12,026.43 raised
2nd Overall Fundraiser — Christopher Smith, River Wookies; $5,110.00 raised
3rd Overall Fundraiser — Robin RayPole, Numb N Number; $3,800.00 raised

Top Too Chicken Fundraiser  Michael Bitters; $2,000.00 raised
Top Special Olympics Athlete Fundraiser — Clayton Collins, Spencer County Special Olympics; $825.00 raised

Polar Cup Corporate Division — Team Learfield; 11 members, $20,054.00 raised
Polar Cup School Division — Team Brrrrrrrrrruins (Ballard High School); 54 members, $5,500.74 raised
Polar Cup Law Enforcement Division — Kentucky Department of Corrections; 14 members, $2,356.00 raised

Best Individual Costume — Prisoner and Prison Dog; Kentucky Department of Corrections
Best Group Coastume — Cold Medalists

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