In every corner of the earth, Special Olympics is changing the lives of people with intellectual disabilities. These stories come from all around the worldStay In TouchSee inspiring stories, photos and videos in our Special Olympics monthly newsletter.Special Olympics World Winter Games Kazan postponed to January 2023.1 Min ReadSpecial Olympics Mauritius athlete, Eddy Capdor, will compete in track and field during the Paralympic Games in long jump.1 Min ReadPopSugar features Special Olympics Champion Ambassador, Lily D Moore, a Favorite on Netflix’s ‘Never Have I Ever’Lily D Moore Talks Season 2 of Netflix's Never Have I Ever1 Min Read
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#unifiedgenerationResults are in and Special Olympics Global Sport Partnerships have increased 35% from the 2019 Sports Partnership Survey to the 2020 survey!2 Min ReadSpecial Olympics and the Lions Club International Foundation celebrate a 20 year partnership.2 Min ReadThe following is an excerpt from the article titled Drew McIntyre on Working with Special Olympics: ‘The Positivity and Enthusiasm Has Changed My Life’ published by Sports Illustrated.1 Min ReadFor the first time ever Special Olympics collaborates with the International Paralympic Committee, Invictus Games and International Committee of Sports for the Deaf.8 Min Read