The event held May 14-17 in Toronto, was held to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics movement, and featured 15 athletes and eight coaches from Fellowes.
Maddy Fleury brought home a gold medal in standing long jump, a bronze in shot put and also finished fourth in the 100-metre sprint.
The soccer and bocce teams each won a bronze medal and the basketball team finished fourth.
In athletics, Fleury was joined by coach Trish Davidson.
The soccer team consisted of coaches Angie Alexander, Gwen Gervais and Jessica O’Dell and athletes Tamara Charbonneau, Matthew Duffy, Alicia Fillion, Daniel Hammel-Ramsey, Cole Leahy and Lucas Richardson.
The bocce team included coaches Leanne Hall and Brenda Hall and athletes Rachel Beimers, Mackenna Desmarais, Mackenzie Jennings and Paige Valliquette.
Kevin Friske and Kathy Turcotte coached the basketball team which consisted of athletes Josh Hartwig, Colin Law, Alex McKay and Kyle Sauve-Morin.
The event brought together 2,000 student athletes from around the world with 500 coaches. This marked the first time high school-aged athletes with an intellectual disability had the chance to compete in an international sports competition.