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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.JR Jackson of CBS Sports Radio teamed up with Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools® to host the "Media for the Movement" tourJR Jackson of CBS Sports Radio teamed up with Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools® to host the "Media for the Movement" tour.1 Min ReadThe world's number one tennis player with down syndrome, Tim Gould, shows us how to be a champion.2 Min Read
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