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Special Olympics’ Kim Widdess Talks All Things Inclusion on COMCAST Newsmakers

Kim Widdess sitting at a news desk at Comcast.

The following is an excerpt from COMCAST Newsmakers’ story, Special Olympics: Creating a World of Inclusion Through Sports.

Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports movement for people with intellectual disabilities, with more than 5.5 million athletes participating across the globe.

Kim Widdess, Senior Vice President of Sports and Competition at Special Olympics, joins host Tetiana Anderson to discuss the transformative power of sports, which help participants realize their potential, develop physical fitness, and experience joy and friendship.

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