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Unified Sports

Siblings of Special Olympics athletes speak passionately about inclusion.
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Event from July 31 – August 6 will showcase the world’s most inclusive sports competition
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Ayman Wahab and Sherif El Fouly of Special Olympics Middle East North Africa (MENA) join host Novie Craven for another exciting episode of Inclusion Revolution Radio.
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This month, we reflect on the stories shared from the past 10 months of interviews.
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Played under overcast skies and cool temperatures at the Golf Club at Creighton Farms, Day Two was a Ryder Cup-style tournament with members of Special Olympics, the First Tee of Greater Washington, DC, Wounded Warrior Project veterans and Howard University men’s golfers playing in pairs of two.
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Special Olympics athletes were joined by Wounded Warrior Project veterans, members of the First Tee, Howard University men’s golfers and PGA TOUR professionals for a “best ball” tournament.
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The goal is to address the challenge of unemployment in South Africa through grant funding and forming relationships with public, private, and civil society organizations on projects that will significantly contribute to job creation.
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Fansided spotlights Special Olympics Unified Sports with refugees.
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Kyung Il Kang of Korea will showcase both his skills and story at this summer's Unified Cup in Detroit
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PR News announced today Special Olympics and Microsoft won the 2022 Social Impact Award in the Corporate-Community Partnership category for their collaborative efforts on building awareness for last September’s “Gaming for Inclusion” event.
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