The 2007 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Shanghai, China, were a celebration of the power of Special Olympics to change the hearts, minds and lives of people with intellectual disabilites worldwide. And it all started with a spectacular Opening Ceremony.
At the World Summer Games in Athens, family members and supporters came together to celebrate the athletes, cheer the competition, and enjoy the very high spirits of these Games.
From aquatics to gymnastics to basketball, this video catches the excitement of Special Olympics World Games competition.
Behind-the-scenes preview of the 2011 World Summer Games in Athens, including a look at the Host Town experience.
More than 300 dignitaries from around the world attended the first Special Olympics Global Development Summit in PyeongChang, Republic of Korea on 29 January 2013. The daylong summit explored "Ending the Cycle of Poverty and Exclusion for People with Intellectual Disabilities."
A sentimental look at some great moments during the Special Olympics World Winter Games.
Listen in as some of 120 youth leaders from around the world, with and without intellectual disabilities, gather to present their inspirational projects to their mentors -- and to the world.
A fast-paced promotion for the LA2015 Games
Highlights/b-roll from the emotional Closing Ceremony for the LA2015 World Games.
The nine-day 2015 World Summer
Games in Los Angeles come to life in this video featuring the song of the Games
by OAR and Cody Simpson, "Reach Up."
Highlights/b-roll from the star-studded Special Olympics World Games Opening Ceremony.
B-roll from several Special Olympics World Summer Games
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