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Special Olympics World Games 2015

Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.
– Special Olympics athlete oath

There’s a lot to love about Los Angeles: its weather, its beaches, its diversity… 2,331 more words

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On Being Human, Tom Lasorda and My Brother

I love my brother. I find it incredibly gratifying to have someone in my life that validates my childhood experiences (and I do the same for him). 323 more words

'Open up your vocabulary, people.'

Wednesday Words, courtesy of Cleveland Brown’s cornerback Joe Haden.

“Open up your vocabulary, people.”

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Haden is a Special Olympics Global Ambassador, the first NFL player to have such an honor.   227 more words

Finding The Happy

Unifying and Uniting the World

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a guest blog post by Chris Hull, Board Director & Communications Advisor for Special Olympics Great Britain.

Well that’s a wrap for another World Games. 640 more words

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A photographers view

Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015
Athletes at the Closing Ceremony.

“You are the stars and the world is watching you.
 By your precense, you send a message… 25 more words

From the Bahamas to Bocce Ball: Austin Green's first Special Olympics World Games

For many of the athletes competing in the Special Olympics World Games, this was their first time not only visiting Los Angeles, but the United States.   540 more words

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