我们在全世界拥有超过 450 万各个年龄段的智力残疾运动员。
Eunice Kennedy Shriver 是为智障人士争取权利的先驱者。
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北美有 50 多万运动员参加特奥会开展的全部 32 种运动。这里聚集了来自加拿大、加勒比地区以及美国的运动员。特奥会致力于通过体育训练和竞赛使得智障人士成为身体健康、富有成效、受人尊敬的社会成员。
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Brian Bates of Iowa is not only a dedicated athlete, but also a volunteer when he is not competing.
Snowboarders Henry Meece of Special Olympics Oregon and U.S. Olympian Chris Klug captured the gold at the second Special Olympics Unified Snowboarding Race at X Games in Aspen Thursday.
At the team tournament in December, Nick looked at me and said, "I'm a winner!" That is a most treasured moment and memory for me!
Join us for the first session in this four-part Nutrition Seminar Series, hosted be Samantha Nuzio, RD from ShopRite/Wakefern. In this session, attendees will learn how to read food labels and avoid all of the unnecessary sugar. Open to all Special Olympics New Jersey athletes, coaches, family and friends. Reservation required!
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Be one of only 375 people who will be able to “take the plunge” in the heart of the District on the lawn at the historic Carnegie Library at Mount Vernon Square! Every Power Lunch Plunger will receive a commemorative and unique Polar Plunge keepsake. **Individuals must raise a minimum $1,000.**Teams must raise a minimum of $2,500. NOTE: Individuals or teams who fail to meet the minimum by February 17th will be moved to one of the other 2016 D.C. Polar Plunge dates/locations of your choice. With the rest of the plunges occurring after this date, those who don’t make their goal have 3 different dates to choose from.
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Show your Wolverine pride! Take advantage of this rare opportunity to take the plunge in The Big House, the largest stadium in the United States that has stood strong since 1927! The University of Michigan Polar Plunge will take place on Friday, February 19th inside Michigan Stadium - The Big House Under the Lights. Registration will begin at 6:30 pm. outside of “The Tunnel”. The parade of costumes will take place down the tunnel and onto the field! The plunge will begin at 8:00 pm. The Awards and Post Plunge Party will begin immediately following the last plunger. This is a great opportunity for Special Olympics Michigan and the University of Michigan! We are partnering to provide plungers an experience of a lifetime in THE BIG HOUSE! Plungers will suit up like a Wolverine when they change in the locker rooms. They will also get the opportunity to walk through the tunnel and take the plunge ON the field, inside a pool.
For more informationMore DetailsContact: Sarah LeschEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 734-476-0701
Want to experience basketball competition in its purest form? Come to Waterford Mott High School in Waterford Twp., Michigan on February 20th to cheer on our athletes as they leave it all out there on the playing field. Be a fan of the Special Olympics and help us promote the joy of sports. For more details please use the contact information below.
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Fifty athletes from across the state of Rhode Island, will participate in a basketball skills competition at Providence Country Day school in East Providence on Saturday, February 20th. Opening Ceremonies will be held at 9 am.
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Join us February 20th in Leavenworth, Kansas as our athletes compete and show their skill in basketball competition. Come and cheer on our athletes and witness the power of sports. For more details please use the contact information below.
For more informationContact: Vicki LozenskiEmail: Vicki.Lozenski@usd453.org
Come take a refreshing plunge into the chilly waters of Lake Wylie to benefit Special Olympics SC Area Eleven. Come join our volunteers, athletes and frozen fans who have "Chosen to be Frozen". Over 1,500 athletes with intellectual disabilities in York, Chester and Lancaster counties benefit from the opportunity to participate in Special Olympics. A minimum of $50 must be raised for the privilege to plunge and receive a Frozen Fans tee shirt.
All those who have "Chosen to be Frozen" are encouraged (but it is not required) to come in costume!
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