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With 6,500 athletes and 2,000 coaches representing 165 countries, along with 30,000 volunteers and an anticipated 500,000 spectators, the 2015 Special Olympics World Games will be the largest sports and humanitarian event this year.Learn More
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Thanks to the hundreds of thousands of fans that are cheering on this week's athletes. Here are a few of our favorite stories and photos captured by you!
Noah Dellas is a World Games athlete who has the drive to win the gold. But his home state of New Jersey is setting a standard for athletic opportunity that will give all athletes the chance to strive to meet his standards.
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Los Angeles Dodger Justin Turner came out to support Special Olympics athletes at Monday's Softball Divisioning. Check out what he had to say about it when we talked to him!
This powerlifter has much more to offer than physical strength.
He's set his eyes on more than taking home the gold, thought he's done that too! The Triathlon opens at the World Games with overwhelming support!
The World Games have spanned the globe for over four decades. Here's a peak into the history of the international event, as well as a little of LA2015's own history!
The Opening Ceremony at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on July 25 was hugely memorable. We've put together some of the most inspiring moments!
Elementary school student, Andrew Brooks takes this year's unity theme to new heights!
L.A. Metro has been named “Official Transit Provider” for the LA2015 World Games, and will heavily promote public transit prior to the start of the Games.
When Eunice Kennedy Shriver founded the Special Olympics in 1968, the organization's first Summer Games soon followed.
Toyota Inspires City to Participate in 2015 Special Olympics World Games and Community Legacy
Headlining talent includes Stevie Wonder, Avril Lavigne, Nicole Scherzinger, O.A.R., Cody Simpson, J Balvin and 'Reach Up LA' song creator Siedah Garrett
Today, at the California State Capitol, athletes and law enforcement officers, and LA2015 officials were welcomed by the Governor for the LETR Final Leg.
All-star cast of artists with and without intellectual disabilities record unified song, “Reach Up,” to rally the globe to be a fan for Special Olympics
Special Olympics Flame of Hope arriving in the United States today to continue its journey of 6,890 miles to California.
At a torch lighting ceremony in Athens, Greece, the Special Olympics Flame of Hope was lit and will begins its historic journey to the United States for the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles.
WWE will utilize all its platforms including WWE Network, TV and pay-per-view broadcasts, live events, and digital and social media to generate awareness and support of LA2015.
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