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One pagers give you the background and context you need to get going on Special Olympics activities. Come here for your introduction to key Special Olympics initiatives.All One-Pagers ››



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Videos and Photos

Summer SportsOur athletes run, jump, swim and score in summer.See Slideshow »


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Power of SportsSports are a powerful way to change our athlete’s lives.See Slideshow »


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In Deep WaterGo feet first for one of the newest Special Olympics sports.See Slideshow »


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Youth and SchoolsOur programs are reaching out to a young people worldwide.See Slideshow »


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Leaders In ActionIt's been a movement of innovative leaders for decades. See Slideshow »


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What We DoSports, health, education, community and more.See Slideshow »


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Summer GamesAround the world, months of practice are paying off.See Slideshow »


Special Olympics Blog

Health Needs Need Closer Examination

"You can't compete if your feet hurt, if your teeth hurt or if your ears ache."read more »

Posted on 2014-04-07 by Ryan

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