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USA Games 2022
5 – 12 June 2022 in Orlando, FL USA
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31 July – 6 August 2022 in Detroit, MI USA
17 – 25 June 2023 in Berlin, Germany
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The Special Olympics USA Games Orlando 2022 unites 5,000+ athletes and coaches from 50 states and the Caribbean—and celebrates all abilities! #ShineAsOne
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