Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan postponed to January 2023.
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Congratulations to the athletes, staff, volunteers and family members who took part in the first-ever Special Olympics World Championship DanceSport competition! The event started on 20 August 2021 with 80 dancers from 12 countries demonstrating inclusion on stage with precise moves and colorful costumes.
The Special Olympics World Championship DanceSport Graz 2021 taking place on 20 August will mark the first-ever Special Olympics DanceSport World Championship. The event, held in Austria, is the first time that Special Olympics has held a World Championship of any kind.
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Since the Covid pandemic. many programmes in Europe have launched a new version of their virtual games!
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This article talks about the two coaches that were selected for the SONA outstanding coach award.
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Special Olympics Chinese Taipei athlete Michael Fan inspired his mother Angela Huang to become an open water swimmer and coach.
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The Special Olympics Switzerland Challenge is a new multilingual website and activity hub where athletes can participate in digital training sessions and competitions, no matter where in the world they are!
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COIVD-19 is one of the reasons the city of Liverpool will not be able to host the Great Britain National Games in 2021.
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Over 175 athletes, coaches, and volunteers descended on Last Cuevas Beach in Trinidad for the 4th annual Special Olympics Beach Games.
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This Olympic Day, Special Olympics celebrates the support of over 660 National Sport Federations and National Olympic Committees that help us bring the transformational power of sport to people with and without intellectual disabilities around the globe!
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