Special Olympics athletes asked complete strangers to play pick-up soccer and Play Unified. Microsoft’s #UpgradeYourWorld campaign, shows how this simple gesture brought the joy of sports to Venice Beach and LA Live in Los Angeles.
A video overview of Special Olympics, its history and major programs – and how, through the power and joy of sports, Special Olympics is creating a world of inclusion and respect.
In this video, we see that Unified Sports is about playing together and appreciating players of all abilities; “It’s one of the most important aspects of what we do in Special Olympics.”
PSA created by Y&R advertising agency that promotes Play Unified--which joins people with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team.
George and Kostas talk about their friendship -- and how Unified Sports helps people with intellectual disabilities and without, both on and off the court.
An in-depth overview of the Unified Sports competitive, player development and recreational models. The video is 8:11 minutes long.
Promotional video used to recruit people to play unified.
This PSA tells the story of Special Olympics Unified Sports and how it offers the chance for people with and without intellectual disabilities to play on the same teams in a variety of sports.
A group of 16 Special Olympics athletes played alongside football legends and other celebrities in the inaugural Unity Cup Presented by Coca-Cola.
Award-winning video showing what it's like to be a Unified Sports football coach during a big Special Olympics Games. 10 minutes.
Shows coaches, athletes, partners and officials how the core principles of Unified Sports work in basketball.
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