Special Olympics has competitions, programs and initiatives all around the world, every day of the year. Here's a look at what it's all about.
Cameron Brate, a tight end for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, has supported Special Olympics throughout his career.
NFL Player Harrison Phillips Surprises Special Olympics New York Athlete Jacob Babcock.
Sports media personality Femi Adefeso shares his story of inclusion with athlete leader Romanus Isaiah.
Watch this video that highlights Hasbro’s proud partnership with Special Olympics. Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools® promote social-emotional learning through inclusive sport and extracurricular activities for students of all abilities.Hasbro’s purpose is to make the world a better place for children and their families. We have a long and proud tradition of supporting children worldwide through a variety of philanthropic programs. Our philanthropic mission is to stand up for children, passionately working together to create a world where every child experiences hope, kindness and joy.
During the Special Olympics Maryland “Sports Talks” series, athletes had the opportunity to ask pro-tennis player Tamira Paszek some questions about her approach to playing and competing in Tennis. Tamira, who is from Austria, holds several tennis titles including three Women's Tennis Association championships.
Professional tennis player, Gaby Dabrowski, and SOMD Athlete Leader Julian English talked tennis on a Zoom call for SOMD athletes in April
#ICYMI professional tennis player, Gaby Dabrowski, and SOMD Athlete Leader Julian English talked tennis last night! Gaby is a Canadian Doubles Player ranked as high as 7 in the world. She won the mixed doubles in the 2017 French Open and 2018 Australian Open. She was also runner up in 2019 Wimbledon (Women’s Doubles) and 2018 and 2019 French (Mixed Doubles).
Because of the different abilities of our athletes, grip can be an issue and specifically which style to use: overlap, interlocking or baseball. So which grip do you consider best for them?
Sometimes I struggle from 30 yards and in. What is the best way to chip from that distance?
Given the game is 80% mental and 20% physical, what can be done to ensure you are concentrating on a tournament and not being distracted by other events before the tournament?
I have a tendency to push my drive to the right. What should I do to avoid this?