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Yeruult Batbayar, 2023 Global Athlete Congress Participant

Yeruult Batbayar

2023 Global Athlete Congress Participant

Yeruult Batbayar is an athlete from Special Olympics Mongolia in the East Asia Region. Yeruult participates in table tennis and swimming. He has been involved in Special Olympics since 2014.

Yeruult’s favorite part about Special Olympics is making friends with other Special Olympics athletes.

Yeruult is excited for the congress in Berlin. He is looking forward to sharing his ideas and thoughts with athletes and young leaders around the world and hearing their talks.

Yeruult aspires to be a pianist. Yeruult has been playing piano for twelve years. When Yeruult isn’t competing or playing piano, he enjoys listening to music, watching TV, bike riding, walking, and hanging out with friends.

Yeruult says that being an athlete leader means being a good model for Special Olympics Athletes and telling the community about people with special needs, equal rights, and inclusion.

Project Description

Yeruult’s grant plan is to have at least 5 athlete leaders participate in the planning, organization, and facilitation of the first National Youth Leadership Forum. Athletes who played a meaningful role in the forum will attend TV and radio shows to raise awareness and promote Special Olympics in Mongolia. Some athlete leaders will assist clinical doctors as health messengers. Other plans include athlete leaders helping with planning, organizing, and marketing, unified leadership training for directors of unified schools, and teaching about inclusion and unified leadership for leaders of major sponsor companies. The plan also includes taking a leading role in organizing a unified volleyball competition, publishing an athlete leaders’ story book, training athlete leaders as coaches, having athletes speak at events, and inducting a new athlete leader board member.

Special Olympics East Asia 2023 Global Congress Participants


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