On July 31, 2009, 15 days before Eunice Kennedy Shriver left the world from all of us, two married Special Olympics couples from Montvale, New Jersey made a major breakthrough in providing inclusion and unified sports outside the Special Olympics realm. Linda Coston and her husband Stephen Coston were the only two Special Olympics Bowlers competing in another amateur event called the State Games of America against 200 other amateur bowlers across the USA. The moment occurred at Colorado Springs. CO. They won the Silver Medal in the top 5 finalist in the stepladder finals. The biggest dramatic moment that shocked 200 other amateur bowlers across the USA was witnessing Stephen Coston scoring 11 consecutive strikes for a 290 game. His highest game in a lifetime. He was given a trophy plaque from the United States Bowling Congress. A very high honor award ever given to a Special Olympics Athlete overall. This is the breakthrough for Special Olympics Athletes nationwide.