Teens and college students are the future leaders of Special Olympics.
It's the mission of Special Olympics to show the world the capabilities of people with intellectual disabilities.
We have more than 5.6 million athletes with intellectual disabilities and unified partners around the world.
Our celebrity supporters are Olympians, professional athletes, social leaders, and movie and music stars.
Eunice Kennedy Shriver was a pioneer in the struggle for the rights of people with intellectual disabilities.
Direction for our movement comes from leaders in government, entertainment, sports and business.
All adults and children with intellectual disabilities can become Special Olympics athletes. Here's how.
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From 1-7 December 2013, athletes from 29 Asia Pacific and East Asia regionscompeted in the inaugural Special Olympics 2013 Asia Pacific Games.
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Tanya and Noel Northcott
Alexandra Dickinson, Isabelle Ryder and Chloe William