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About Site - Special Olympics is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports training and competition.
About Site - Velo Magazine brings you inside the sport of bike racing, with exclusive features, race analysis, expert training advice, unbiased gear reviews and the absolute best cycling photography. VeloNews.com brings you the latest news in the world of professional cycling.
Site - specialolympicsvermont.org
About Site - Special Olympics is founded of the belief that people with intellectual disabilities can with proper instruction and encouragement, learn, enjoy, and benefit from participation in individual and team sports.
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About Site - Posts about Olympics written by thesportsarchives. The Sports Archives is a Free Search Portal to Sports History; Greatest Moments; Sports Videos; Audio; Statistics; Quotes; Photos; Memorabilia and Merchandise!
About Site - Special Olympics Massachusetts provides year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Site - theolympicsofblogs.com
About Site - Hi! I'm Carolyn Phillips, and this is my blog. I started this blog to share my passion for the Olympic Movement (AKA the Olympics, Special Olympics, and Paralympics). I will be writing about Olympic events I go to or volunteer at, volunteering or interning at nonprofits, and any other Olympic- or nonprofit-related stories that pop up!
Site - wildolympics.org/about/blog
About Site - We are a coalition working to protect wild forest and river watersheds on the Olympic Peninsula. The campaign is working with other local citizens and community leaders to establish new Wilderness amd Wild and Scenic river designations for these natural treasures.
Site - unifiedrobotics.org/blog
About Site - Special Olympics Unified Robotics™ is a student-designed and implemented robotics program open to students with and without intellectual disabilities, as well as students with a variety of learning and behavior challenges. Unified Robotics includes an equal number of participants as robotics team partners to train, strategize and compete.