Special Olympics tells its story in words, photos and videos. These are our best of all three.
Our athletes run, jump, swim and score in summer.
Sports are a powerful way to change our athlete’s lives.
Go feet first for one of the newest Special Olympics sports.
Our programs are reaching out to a young people worldwide.
It's been a movement of innovative leaders for decades.
Sports, health, education, community and more.
Around the world, months of practice are paying off.
A backyard sports camp in the '60s inspired a movement.
People you know love and support Special Olympics's goals.
What we do can't be done without our partners.
Our successful program in China is growing rapidly.
Offering a new life to people in Africa with intellectual disabilities.
We rely on volunteers to ensure quality sports experience.
Athletes overcome huge challenges to achieve goals.
Team Hungary's skating team trained hard for the World
Winter Games -- and it paid off.
Curtis has overcome many challenges in his life. But on the ski slopes, he makes it all look easy.
Maryam Hasan trains for Winter Games in the 100-degree heat of Dubai.
Training for Winter Games helps these athletes find new success and friendships.
Andres takes pride in representing his country at World Games
Skier brings joy to World Games
George and Kostas talk about their friendship, which began on a unified floor hockey team.
Charles' personality is what makes him an outstanding athlete.
Deon works to change attitudes toward people with ID in Namibia.
Lani DeMello inspires her friends, family and Special Olympics volunteers.
Donghan Kim dreams of competing in the World Games
Leo and Gedeon play in makeshift fields, tent towns, wherever they can.
A team that grew up together trains together for the World Games.
Samoa prepared its first-ever team to a Special Olympics World Games.
After joining Special Olympics, her skills and confidence soared.
Simon's running helps support his mother and family.
She was the only girl with an ID at her Panama school.
She went from neglected to valued after she found Special Olympics.
Get to know Andy, a passionate -- and talented -- champion swimmer
Jia Qi Hui is focused and thriving after discovering table tennis.
He’s a soccer champion who is accomplished on and off the field.
Years as a Special Olympics athlete gave her confidence to do "almost anything."
Rajdeep found confidence and pride on the cricket field.
From Ireland to Greece, a Special Olympics athlete’s path to compete.
Competing as a gymnast is where Svetlana excels.
Brittany's life opened up after she joined Special Olympics.
As a Young Athlete, Macy has found a place to grow strong and learn lots of new skills!
Ahead of World Games, Ted and his team worked -- and worked out -- til they lost a total of 400 pounds!
The Valencia twins have proven that a disability does not define a person.
From the swimming pool to the halls of Congress, David is a leader in every way.
Daughter of an Olympics figure skater, sports are in Lindsey's blood.
Some of the best moments from the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games.
The 2015 World Summer Games in Los
Angeles will be monumental.
A look at some great 2013 Winter Games moments, PyeongChang
At the 2011 World Summer Games athletes play hard and aim high.
Leaders, activists speak out at the Global Development
Highlights of World Winter Games opening
After 8 days, the Winter Games closed on a high note
Promotion for Football Week 2012 involving 45 countries across Europe.
Looking back at the 2011 games: glory, determination, medals and more.
Anticipation leading up to the World Summer Games in
Two remarkable teams step onto the pitch in Cape Town, South Africa.
"It's easily one of the greatest experiences of my life."
The 2007 World Summer Games Opening Ceremony in Shanghai, China.
Ms Milanie Shi, a Procter & Gamble staff member who participated in the Activity Day with Special Olympics Singapore, recounts her day of activity with Special Olympics athletes.
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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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