Almost 1200 athletes around the country with intellectual disabilities competed at Special Olympics New Zealand’s eighth National Summer Games in Dunedin.
Thank you to Motion Sickness Studio in Dunedin for putting this together.
The Games, held every four years, was the largest regular sports event for people with intellectual disabilities in New Zealand.
They were supported by around 400 volunteer coaches and managers, 100 health clinicians, 20 sports officials, and hundreds of family and friends.
3 News: coverage of Healthy Athletes Programme at the National Summer Games 2013
ONE News: coverage of the Opening Ceremony
Channel 9 (Dunedin TV): coverage of Day Three
Radio New Zealand - 'One in Five' Programme