我们在全世界拥有超过 450 万各个年龄段的智力残疾运动员。
Eunice Kennedy Shriver 是为智障人士争取权利的先驱者。
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北美有 50 多万运动员参加特奥会开展的全部 32 种运动。这里聚集了来自加拿大、加勒比地区以及美国的运动员。特奥会致力于通过体育训练和竞赛使得智障人士成为身体健康、富有成效、受人尊敬的社会成员。
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The Special Olympics Unified Sports Rivalry Series are games where each team represents one college rival team. The teams are comprised of students from the perspective universities and local Special Olympics athletes. This Series offers Special Olympics athletes a chance to be a part of hype of the varsity game and the challenge to defend their schools' titles!
The North Central Regional Basketball Tournament will be held at Shawnee Heights High School
4201 SE Shawnee Heights Rd, Tecumseh, KS 66542 on Saturday, April 29. The competition will run from 9:00am. to 4:00pm. For more information, contact Krystin Guggisberg at email@example.com
The Unified Soccer Tournament will be held at Bonner Springs High School, 100 McDanield St, Bonner Springs, KS. The Tournament will begin at 9:00am. The Kansas Unified Sports League will host its culminatng soccer tournament of the season. Area high schools, middle schools and adult will compete against teams of similar ability in tournament-style competition. Teams are composed of Special Olympics athletes and volunteer partners who practice and compete together to enhance their skills and form friendships.
Soccer tournament featuring over a dozen Unified soccer teams from across the state of Oregon.
Unified softball tournament featuring 6 teams representing their high schools.
This is an event for all Areas. Male and female athletes from across the state will compete in Athletics (Track & Field), Bocce, Powerlifting and Unified Volleyball. Sign up today to play, coach or volunteer for this event.
On a Unified Track and Field team, students with and without intellectual disabilities compete alongside each. Each team members competes in one field event, one track event and one relay. Competition divisions are based on similar ability levels to ensure meaningful involvement.
By providing opportunities for students both with all types of disabilities and without disabilities to participate in sports meaningfully and by engaging other students in the school community, Interscholastic Unified Sports (IUS) helps promote inclusion, acceptance, and respect.
The Special Olympics Interscholastic Unified Sports program is supported by the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) and the Bureau of Special Education, Pennsylvania Department of Education.
Esther C. Pair