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Special Olympics and The Rosetta Foundation, one of the world’s leading non-profit translation organizations, have renewed their partnership
Happiness is meeting your golf heros before you go to represent your country in LA 2015!
Members of the Team Ireland Special Olympics squad preparing to compete in Golf at LA 2015 visited the recent Irish Open and got some tips from major winners Graeme McDowell and Padraig Harrington.
I have an uncle with a disability and if anyone called him the r word I'd be kicking off. Like other people have said, the r word has been used thru schools to call people that aren't disabled stupid and it makes them feel stupid even though they are not
We were reminded this week of the power of Special Olympics to unleash the human spirit when one of the world's most celebrated soccer players posted on his instagram account what it felt like to spend time with Special Olympics athletes.
I wanted to share with you very good news: there are actually IWF Weightlifting World Championships in Wroclaw, Poland.