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It's Important for Life' - Coach Elisabeth Sieber
Special Olympics Coach Elisabeth Sieber reflects on how the sport of skating can challenge people with intellectual disabilities -- and help them achieve more than they ever thought possible.
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Meet Coach Cohen
After 20 years in the US Army, Coach Cohen returns to his rural Florida hometown and sees a need. He starts a Special Olympics basketball team that changes his life, along with the lives of his athletes and their community.
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Meet Coach Michele
Coach Michele Carmichael has been working with people with disabilities since she was 13 years old. Since then, she says she's learned a lot from Special Olympics athletes and their approach to life.
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My Athletes Teach Me - Coach Vicky Matarazzo USA
Vicky Matarazzo talks about the Special Olympics athletes she’s coached for 17 years and how their example inspired her after she was diagnosed with cancer.
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P&G Honors Special Olympics Moms
Ahead of the 2011 World Summer Games in Athens, P&G produced this video about Team USA athlete Molly Hincka and her mother, Kerry.
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Play Unified, Live Unified
Celebrities agree: Unified Sports brings out the strengths in every player.
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She Will Be a Treasure' - The Pierse family
After their baby is born with Down syndrome, the Pierse family learns how the World Games gave people "a real appreciation for what these children have to offer."
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Shredding Stereotypes - Hannah Teter
Olympic snowboarder Hannah Teter joins the Special Olympics family as a Global Ambassador. She is working to promote acceptance and inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities.
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The Power of Words Soeren Palumbo
Soeren Palumbo’s courage to say what he believed in front of his entire school was inspired by the love and respect between a brother and sister.
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We Have Fun' - Team Algeria - Coach Khaled Benkacem
A World Games coach from Algeria talks about the fun of being with his athletes, but also the importance of helping to bring athletes into the community, so all can see how we are all more alike than different.