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Special Olympics World Games 2017

Less than two months to go until the Special Olympics World Games 2017! We’re excited. Are you excited?! #Cheer4USA

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Going the Distance

Good luck to Karen Dickerson of Special Olympics Virginia who will be running in the Houston Marathon tomorrow. Karen won Gold in the half marathon,..

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Special Olympics USA is ready to take on the world!

Today officially marks 2 months from the Special Olympics World Games 2017. The Special Olympics USA delegation is ready to take on the world..

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Indiana Winter Special Olympics takes place at Perfect North

WOW! Not only was Chris from Special Olympics Indiana selected to compete with the delegation at Special Olympics World Games 2017, but he’ll..

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Special Olympics USA Thanks Bank of America

We would like to extend a special thank you to Bank of America, Premier Sponsor of the Special Olympics USA team! “Our support of Special Olympics..

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Latest News

  • Special Olympics USA Team Named

    January 12, 2017

    Special Olympics USA is proud to announce that it will send a 210-member delegation to represent the United States at the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games, being held March 14-25, 2017, in Graz, Ramsau and Schladming, Austria. Special Olympics USA, the national team that represents the United States at the Special Olympics World Summer […]

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  • Training Camp: Success!

    December 19, 2016

    The Special Olympics US national team traveled to Vermont last week to train for the 2017 World Winter Games that take place in Austria in March. 150 athletes and an additional 60 coaches and management team members from all across the country gathered in Killington on Monday where they were fitted for their team uniforms […]

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