USA Games

The Landscapes with Naveh Elder Welcomes ESPN | Special Olympics: Athletes with a disability, diversity and Inclusion | Wokie Daboh, Kate Jackson, and John Papa; images of the speakers are included under each persons name.
Special Olympics has come a long way since 1968 and now it goes beyond just sports. In the past two weeks, the Landscape Podcast, a series of episodes highlighting people, programs and businesses changing the landscape for individuals with any type of disability, has focused on Special Olympics and ESPN.
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Kristine poses with her Special Olympics USA World Games trading card and smiles.
On and off the field, Kristine Hughes is a champion of inclusion. She’s a Special Olympics athlete, an athlete leader, a certified coach, and an official. She is also the Athlete Leadership Manager and a Sargent Shriver Global Messenger for Special Olympics North Carolina.
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Representatives from Special Olympics Florida
Leading board members and stakeholders to ensure outstanding experience for athletes and driving organizational growth across Florida
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Finish Line Youth Foundation employee presents a Special Olympics athlete with a new pair of shoes
Finish Line Youth Foundation and Special Olympics 2018 USA Games partner Brooks Running are finalists for ESPN’s 2019 Sports Humanitarian Awards for the Corporate Community Impact honor for their work in providing 1,431 Special Olympics athletes Brooks shoes during the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games in Seattle.
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Athlete Mitchell Betsworth deadlifts on stage at the 2018 USA Games.
Special Olympics Iowa athlete and USA Games powerlifting competitor Mitchell Betsworth will have his photo from the USA Games as part of Sports Illustrated’s Year in Pictures in their 12/17/18 issue.
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Wal-Mart employees and Special Olympics athletes post for a group photo. Back row consisting of four males on the left, one female then another male on the right. Front row is of two femails. the group is standing inf ront of a wood panel wall. .jpg
Q & A with Walmart about promoting inclusion in the workplace for employees with intellectual disabilities.
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