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Special Olympics Athlete Amy Bockerstette makes History at NJCAA National Championship

Close up of Amy adjusting her sun visor that has her name on it.
Amy Bockerstette at the 19th Annual 2019 ESPY Celebrity Golf Classic in 2019.

Amy Bockerstette made history earlier this month when she became the first person with Down syndrome to take part in a national college championship at the National Junior College Athletic Association National Championship at Plantation Bay Golf & Country Club in Ormond Beach, Florida.

Amy’s accomplishment led to extensive media coverage before, after and during the tournament. Check this list regularly to read, watch and stay up-to-date on Amy’s media coverage.

Media Coverage

Pre-tournament

Post-tournament

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