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The New Zealand team is now well into their stride in their competition across all sports. There was considerable courage and determination shown in basketball, golf and equestrian on the second day of the Special Olympics World Summer Games in Los Angeles
The 36 Special Olympics New Zealand athletes and 17 volunteers taking part in the Special Olympics World Summer Games 2015 in Los Angeles, are set to depart for the competition next week.
Special Olympics New Zealand will kick off its first ever Awareness Week, with the support of well-known sportsman Beauden Barrett.
Meet George Tseung, recipient of a Distinguished Service Award in 2014
Health was high on the agenda at the first event of the West Coast schools programme last month.
It was a day of firsts for many at Special Olympics Papakura’s inaugural open water swimming ‘Have A Go’ day last month.
Special Olympics Motueka ran a very special indoor bowling event, organised and run by the Club’s new coaches, Ian Mason and Liz Sheehan.
Six long-serving South Taranaki volunteers will be awarded with top honours next week, when Special Olympics South Taranaki presents its 2014 Club Service Awards to volunteers who have provided more than a decade of service to the Club
People with intellectual disabilities on the West Coast will receive free hearing tests and ear examinations at next week’s Special Olympics West Coast schools programme swim meet, as part of Special Olympics New Zealand’s Healthy Athletes® initiative
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