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These stories are about the power of Special Olympics to inspire hope, confidence and courage. Special Olympics changes the lives of our athletes with intellectual disabilities but also our coaches, families, volunteers and others who have the opportunity to take part.
As the citizens of Kenya prepare for presidential and general elections on 9 August 2022, Special Olympics Kenya athletes, Law Enforcement Officers and honored guests joined together for an Law Enforcement Torch Run event to promote peaceful elections.
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Inclusion helps everyone—as Yang Le knows. He’s gone from employee with intellectual disabilities to employer, working with people with intellectual disabilities—and without!
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The following is an excerpt from the article titled Mack Hollins’ special start to his Las Vegas Raiders career, and why he’s excited about the offense published by The Athletic.
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Christopher Dyke has a knack for knowing where to be at any given time on the flag football field. Playing a variety of positions, the 21-year-old says he enjoys wide receiver the most, but he also shines on the defensive side of the ball. Using hand signals, he communicates with his Special Olympics Arizona coaches on the sidelines, and they say his football IQ is second to none. Dyke just happens to be hearing impaired and oftentimes uses his mom as an interpreter.
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Podcast host Novie Craven welcomed Zach Best, Ian Levy, and Hunter Armor of FanSided on this week’s episode of Inclusion Revolution Radio.
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The Special Olympics Malta Invitational Games 2022 would not have been possible without the immense support of the Government of Malta and SportMalta, as well as that of key advocates at all levels of public life.
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Eleni Rossides introduced the Motor Activity Training Program to a crowd of 200 students at the Malta Invitational Games 2022 University Forum in May.
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During the National Games Berlin 2022, Special Olympics and the International Canoe Federation signed a proclamation committing to develop a long-term cooperation plan between the two organizations.
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Special Olympics Malta Invitational Games brought a sense of relief in our movement and an injection of energy to the athletes.
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World Refugee Day is celebrated on 20 June to recognize individuals and families who have had to flee their homes in seek of safety.
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Ionut, 25, and Edi, 30, have joined hundreds of volunteers who help Ukrainian refugees transiting through Romania to other countries in Europe.
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