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Unified Cup media registration is now OPEN!

Media interested in covering the 2022 Unified Cup Detroit Games must apply for credentials here

 (Media must be registered no later than July 22nd. Please allow yourself ample time to apply for a travel visa if needed.)

  • To complete your registration, you will need a headshot handy to upload into the system (no larger than 1MB)
  • Proof of a COVID-19 vaccination is required for credentials
  • Each member of your Program’s media team (Program staff, athlete reporters, photographers, etc.) will need to register for a media credential (even if they are credentialed in another way) in order to have access to media centers, photo/video zones, etc.
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The corner of Michigan and Trumbull Avenues in Detroit’s historic Corktown neighborhood is considered sacred soil for baseball fans in the Motor City.
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Event from July 31 – August 6 will showcase the world’s most inclusive sports competition
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Second-ever international inclusive football (soccer) tournament presented by Toyota will showcase the unifying power of sport
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Detroit announced as the host city for the 2022 Special Olympics Unified Cup.
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Special Olympics Michigan President & CEO Tim Hileman joins Rick Tiddle on the American Forces Network to discuss the 2022 Unified Cup, that will take place in Detroit Michigan from July 31st – August 6th of 2022.
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Jim Abbott joins Alanna Rizzo on High Heat to raise awareness for the 2022 Special Olympics Unified Cup.
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Second-ever international football (soccer) tournament set to take place 31 July – 6 August 2022.
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