We appreciate our law enforcement officers and their willingness to run the Special Olympics torch down the streets of cities and towns in support of Special Olympics Utah athletes.

For over 30 years, Utah’s law enforcement community has been supporting Special Olympics and individuals with intellectual disabilities through the Law Enforcement Torch Runs (LETR).

The model for 2016 LETRs is torch runs in nine counties primarily off the Wasatch Front and one large Final Leg into the 2016 Summer Games at Lone Peak High School in Highland, Utah County on Friday, June 10.

Every law enforcement agency, federal, state, county and city, is invited to participate in the final leg on Friday, June 10, 2016 in Utah County.   We are so hopeful that many of our law enforcement agencies across Utah will have a representative or two participating in the Final Leg on June 10.

We extend our thanks the law enforcement agencies and officers in the ten counties conducting runs leading up to the Final Leg.   Every corner of the State is part of leading into the Final Leg.


2016  Law Enforcement Torch Runs (LETR)

Thursday, May 12 Roosevelt City  &  Duchesne County

Thursday, May 12  Vernal City, Uintah County

Wednesday, May 18  Cedar City, Iron County

Friday, May 20  San Juan County

Saturday, May 21  Washington County

Wednesday, May 25  Tooele County

Thursday, May 26  Box Elder County

Thursday, May 26  Ogden City, Weber County

Friday, June 3   Logan City, Cache County

Tuesday, June 8, Millard County


2016 Final Leg

The 2016 Final Leg – Friday, June 10, 2016


Questions:    Schafer Milligan,  LETR Coordinator for Special Olympics Utah    milligan@sout.org    801-363-1111