Special Olympics Unified Pair Share Advice on The Weather Channel

Special Olympics Georgia Unified Pair Included on the Weather Channel

On 24 October, 2020, Special Olympics Unified pair and U.S. Youth Ambassadors, Steven Russel (athlete and student in Georgia) and Jordan Adeyemi (Unified partner from Georgia who attends boarding school in New Hampshire) appeared on The Weather Channel to discuss ways that students can incorporate physical movement into their days while learning remotely due the COVID-19 pandemic.

Special Olympics segment on The Weather Channel AMHQ Weekend October 26 8:40a ET

During two different interviews, Steven and Jordan shared their insights about their training regimes, working out in different weather conditions and Unified Sports. They spoke with Kelly Cass, meteorologist on AMHQ Weekend and Paul Goodloe meteorologist on Weekend Recharge.

Special Olympics segment on The Weather Channel Weekend Recharge October 26 10:40a ET

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