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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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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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The following is an excerpt from the article titled Architecture and Significance at Special Olympics Malta written by Special Olympics Europe Eurasia Regional President and Managing Director David Evangelista and published by Times of Malta.
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Twenty-three delegations from across Europe and beyond will gather from 13 – 18 May for the Special Olympics Malta Invitational Games.
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The Government of Malta has officially signed its commitment to host the Special Olympics Invitational Games Malta 2022, an event which will see over 450 athletes from across Europe and beyond gather to compete in various sports next year.
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Rodney Gauci and Yowanna Vassallo were among the winners at the event to recognize Malta’s leading athletes, officials and teams.
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They held come-and-try sessions in golf, hockey and football, as well as Young Athletes and Healthy Athletes promotion sessions.
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