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Berlin 2023

Taking place from 17 – 24 June 2023, the Special Olympics World Games in Berlin will be one of the largest sport and humanitarian events to take place that year. Following the Opening Ceremony in the renowned Berlin Olympic Stadium, an estimated 7,000 athletes from over 170 nations will compete in 24 sports across Berlin’s state-of-the-art competition venues. They will be supported by 3,000 coaches and an estimated 20,000 volunteers. The Games will also attract 6,000 family members, more than 2,000 national and international media, and 300,000 spectators.
More than 22,000 people have applied to volunteer at the Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023, a reflection of the enthusiasm for the world’s largest inclusive sports event. German speakers and people with local knowledge of Berlin are still encouraged to apply.
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Actress, director, and Special Olympics supporter, Elizabeth Röhm, joined Jim Kerr and Shelli Sonstein on Q104.3 FM’s Classic Rock station to talk inclusion and upcoming Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023:
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Together, Special Olympics and accessiBe have released a collaborative mini-series of the Inclusion Revolution Radio Podcast and accessiBe’s Spotlight Sessions where they will be highlighting the Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023 and driving conversation surrounding the importance of accessibility with many featured guests.
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Ticket sales have started for the largest inclusive sporting event in the world with the Special Olympics World Games taking place in Berlin, Germany from 17 to 25 June 2023.
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Berlin to host global media and broadcasters, 17 – 25 June 2023
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The world’s largest inclusive sports competition is taking place next summer in Berlin, and help is needed.
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Debbie Ogden considers swimming a lifesaving skill. That is exactly why she raised each one of her children in the pool.
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10 October marks 250 days until the kickoff of the Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023! Hear from some of the athletes competing about what they are most looking forward to when they arrive in Germany.
Special Olympics Zimbabwe athlete Nyasha Derera has been beating the odds for his entire life.
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With 13 international delegations travelling to Berlin, the National Games became an occasion to compete, socialize and prepare for the most keenly awaited Special Olympics event of the last few years: Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023.
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