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World Games Berlin 2023 Unified Sports Delegates
Athletes running into the water for an Open Water Swimming event.
As Berlin, Germany gears up to host the next Special Olympics World Games in 2023, Special Olympics is pleased to announce the selection of the Unified Sports Delegates. The Unified Sports Delegate (USD) is appointed by Special Olympics as the key authority for overseeing the Unified Sports Competition Protocol and is responsible for ensuring that the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) of the World Games correctly interprets, implements and enforces Special Olympics Unified Sports Rules. The Unified Sports Delegate manages a group of volunteers and consults with the Sport Technical Delegate regarding penalties, disqualifications or suspensions due to observed violations of the Unified Sports "Principle of Meaningful Involvement." Click on the profiles below to learn more about the team.
3x3 Basketball Unified Sports Delegate - Belgium
5x5 Basketball Unified Sports Delegate - Colorado, USA
Badminton Unified Sports Delegate - Germany
Beach Volleyball Unified Sports Delegate - Italy
Bocce Unified Sports Delegate - Florida, USA
Football Unified Sports Delegate - Belgium
Futsal Unified Sports Delegate - Pakistan
Golf Unified Sports Delegate - Missouri, USA
Handball Unified Sports Delegate - Pennsylvania, USA
Indoor Volleyball Unified Sports Delegate - Arizona, USA
Kayaking Technical & Unified Sports Delegate - Pomorskie, Poland
Open Water Swimming Technical & Unified Sports Delegate - Raalte, Netherlands
Sailing Unified Sports Delegate - Finland
Table Tennis Unified Sports Delegate - Zimbabwe
Tennis Unified Sports Delegate - Hungary
Triathlon Technical & Unified Sports Delegate - Budapest, Hungary
Bowling Unified Sports Delegate - Cairo, Egypt
Football Unified Sports Delegate – Tartu, Estonia