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Special Olympics El Salvador
We started November with Unified Badminton Sport tournament where 12 athletes with and without disabilities showed their skills in the discipline.
On November the 12th Special Olympics El Salvador and Cuscatlan Rugby Club, signed the sports ambassador agreement which joined the latter, an Elite Clubs and our athletes in the international ambassador program.
Twenty three athletes will represent El Salvador at the Special Olympics World Games 2015 in Los Angeles.
It is a timely opportunity for the world to remember and live by following the principles of the first Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
El Salvador will host the Meeting of National Directors of Sport in Central America and the Caribbean. It is the first event of its kind in Central America.