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Around the world, months of practice are paying off in competitions.
Samoa prepared its first-ever team to a Special Olympics World Games.
From Ireland to Greece, a Special Olympics athlete’s path to compete.
She went from neglected to valued after she found Special Olympics.
Jia Qi Hui is focused and thriving after discovering table tennis.
He’s a soccer champion who is accomplished on and off the field.
Brittany's life opened up after she joined Special Olympics.
Deon works to change attitudes toward people with ID in Namibia.
Leo 和 Gedeon 一起到他们所能到达的任何地方（如临时场地、蓬户区等）踢球。
She was the only girl with an ID at her Panama school.
Lani DeMello inspires her friends, family and Special Olympics volunteers.
Maryan Hasan trains for Winter Games in the 100-degree heat of Dubai.
Charles' personality is what makes him an outstanding athlete.
Rajdeep found confidence and pride on the cricket field.
Competing as a gymnast is where Svetlana excels.
A team that grew up together trains together for the World Games.
Get to know Andy, a passionate -- and talented -- champion swimmer
Simon's running helps support his mother and family.
"It's easily one of the greatest experiences of my life."
Two remarkable teams step onto the pitch in Cape Town, South Africa.
Behind-the-scenes preview of the 2011 World Summer Games in Athens.
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Now, thanks to Microsoft, athletes, coaches and families will have rapid access to useful information about their scores, times, personal bests, fitness and health. Special Olympics can use this capability to dramatically improve the lives of people in our Movement. read more »
Posted on 2014-10-27 by Janet
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