Zang Ziyi the cyclist

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today, a lot of celebrities attended the Unity Sports Event of cycling, in the Softball court at the Helliniko. The flashes of the photographs went red when the famous Chinese actress Zang Zii, the co-presenter of the Special Olympics commencement wore her helmet and rid the bicycle.

I joined Special Olympics so as to send a very important message that despite of our differences we are united and equal. I am very glad and very excited to be here today having ridden the bicycle and participating in the Unity Sports Event”.

 

The president of the Athens Special Olympics 2011Gianna Despotopoulou was looking both our Olympic winner Dimitris Georgalis, and the Hellenic Federation president of the weight lifting while they were ridden the bicycle on the same path

Exclusive Greek affair! sport of cycling in the category of 500 meters

In the sport of cycling in the category of 500 meters Time-Trial women, winning the first three places were Greeks. The first place winner was Euphrosyne Efthimiopoulou, ranked second Catherine Kilafi and third place Mary Hadjiantoniou. Fourth came the Maricruz Marin of Costa Rica and in the Fifth Position A. Marymanda from India. Congratulations to all girls and especially Greek women podilatisses to make Greece proud with their performance!

The Nantita: A small area of India but celebrated because of it.

Is an orphan. Nobody knows her surname nor how old it is. A small area of ​​India but celebrated because of it. The Nandita from India took third place at 5 km cycling time of 12:58.19. It is a student of “School of Hope” and has been adopted by the charity AIWC Tata Steel. Within just one year since it came on the bike, managed to overcome all obstacles.

Helliniko Olympic Softball Stadium: Softball , Cycling

The Helliniko Olympic Softball Stadium is a softball stadium located in the Helliniko Olympic Complex. It hosted the softball competitions during the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. The venue consists of a main softball field of 4,800 seats – though only 3,400 seats were made publicly available during the games – and 2 warm-up fields nearby. Construction on the facility was completed on February 29, 2004, and it was officially opened on July 30, 2004.

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Realized Built 4.045,68 s.m.
Realize Lot area coverage 3.879,08 s.m.

The Greek Olympic Sports Center, during the World Summer Games Special Olympics 2011 Athens Games will be held the following events:

Cycling

1. 
 
 
 Events

500. 
 Atomic Timekeeping 
 
 
 
 
 5km Road Race 
 
 (Strength)
1km Individual 
 
 Timing 
 
 
 10km Road Race 
 
 (Strength)
5km 
 Atomic Timekeeping 
 
 
 
 15km Road Race 
 
 (Strength)
10km Individual 
 
 Timing 
 
 25km Road Race 
 
 (Strength)
40 
 
 km Road Race 
 
 (Strength)

2. 
 
 Form Instructions

• The 
 
 athletes may be 
 
 
 take part in 
 
 three 
 (3) 
 
 the very 
 events.
• Athletes who 
 
 
 using modified bicycles 
 
 adult
(Bicycles with 
 
 
 three wheels) 
 can 
 
 to take part 
 
 
 only in
500m events. 
 and / or 
 
 Atomic 1km.

1. Athletic Apparel 
 
 / 
 
 Equipment

• The athletes 
 
 
 will need to 
 
 
 wear a bicycle 
 
 
 shirt and shorts 
 the
the group and the 
 
 program 
 
 to represent.
• All the 
 
 
 athletes are required to 
 
 
 bring together the 
 
 
 in their own
racing helmet safety. 
 
 will not allow 
 
 
 the participation of any
athlete without 
 
 
 to wear the 
 
 
 the helmet. 
 
 The helmets will 
 
 
 need to meet
the standards of safety 
 
 
 World Cycling Federation
(UCI).
• The 
 
 athletes will be 
 
 
 to bear the 
 
 own 
 
 their bikes.

Softball

1. Events

Team Sport 
 
 – 
 
 Men
Team Sport 
 
 – 
 
 Women

2. Instructions for Form

Max number 
 
 athletes = 
 15

3. Views 
 Groups 
 / 
 
 Sports Equipment

• All times are 
 
 
 each team must 
 
 
 to be the same 
 
 
 in color and
plan.
• Pants that 
 
 
 used to be 
 
 «slip» 
 
 bases in
need to be 
 
 
 the same color 
 
 
 with the rest 
 
 
 the show.
• Additional internal 
 
 
 jerseys must be 
 
 
 is a color 
 
 
 and all the
athletes to wear 
 
 the same.
• The katser 
 
 
 should be modified 
 
 
 protective mask and 
 
 
 katser helmet.
• All the 
 
 
 batter and the 
 
 
 runners must be 
 
 
 wear a helmet 
 
 
 leash for the
jaw.
• Each team 
 
 
 should be 
 
 has its own 
 
 
 of bats, 
 
 gloves and helmets 
.
• You can 
 
 
 two teammates to 
 
 have 
 
 the same number 
 
 
 the appearance
them.
• The color 
 
 
 the numbers in 
 
 
 views should be 
 
 
 differs from that
the total appearance.
• The numbers 
 
 
 should be 
 
 have a minimum height 
 
 15,24 
 
 million and 
 
 to be in
back part of 
 appearance.
• Players without 
 
 number 
 
 not be able 
 
 
 to play.
• The 
 
 athletes should be 
 
 
 wear shoes in 
 
 throughout the 
 
 
 during the race
– 
 especially 
 
 softball shoes without 
 
 
 metal caps.

4. Points of Emphasis

• A regular 
 
 
 game consists of 
 
 7 
 rounds 
 (innings). 
 
 The game
be completed if after 
 
 
 5 
 of rounds, 
 
 a group 
 preceded by 
 
 10
points 
 (Rance) 
 
 or more. 
 
 The game is not 
 
 
 can be run
more than an hour 
 
 and 
 
 thirty minutes.
• In these 
 
 
 their struggles 
 
 will use the 
 
 
 second inaugural on
(Second 
 home 
 plate).

Helliniko Olympic Complex – Hockey Centre

Description: Located in the Helliniko Olympic Complex, 8km south of the city center, this stadium has a seating capacity of 8000 spectators. The stadium was also a venue for the Paralympics football tournament. It has a smaller hockey field with a capacity of 2000 spectators

Total Land Plot Area 149.673 sq.m.
Permitted Built Area 22.450,95 sq.m.
Permitted Lot Coverage Area 22.450,95 sq.m.
Realized Built Area 9.224,16 sq.m.
Realized Lot Coverage Area

6.689,85 sq.m

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During the Special Olympics World Summer Games ATHENS 2011, June 25 – July 4 2011.

The Greek Olympic Sports Center, during the World Summer Games Special Olympics 2011 Athens Games will be held the following events:

Football 
 5X5

1. Events

2. Instructions for Form

• Maximum number 
 
 
 players for the 
 
 
 groups of 5×5 
 
 = 
 10 
 players
• Each athlete 
 
 
 may be declared 
 
 
 in a 
 
 only event.
• To replace 
 
 
 of Skill Contest 
 
 
 the regulations of
Special 
 Olympics 
 
 be used for 
 
 
 the classification, 
 
 the new form
classification 
 (Form 
 F 
 – 
 
 Rating Form 
 
 Football Team) 
 and 
 DVD
How to 
 
 
 (sponsored 
 Special 
 Olympics 
 
 Europe Eurasia). 
 copy
the 
 DVD 
 
 recently distributed to 
 
 Programs. 
 
 The rating form
Included in 
 
 
 registration packet and 
 
 
 must be completed
from the 
 
 
 coach of the team 
 
. 
 
 The groups that 
 
 
 will not fill
and send the form 
 
 this, 
 
 automatically be placed 
 
 in
category with the most 
 
 
 powerful groups 
.


• Shipping 
 
 with more than 
 
 
 a group, 
 
 will need to 
 
 define
different 
 Head Coach 
 
 (Head 
 Coach) 
 for 
 
 each group.

3. Sports Equipment 
 
 / 
 
 Views

• Shoes


⇒ prohibited 
 
 the football shoes 
 
 
 with metal caps 
 
.

⇒ SPECIAL NOTE 
 
 
 FOR THE 5X5
Banned the shoes 
 
 
 with any plugs 
 
 (metal 
 or plastic).

Pets 
 
 shoes for 
 
 synthetic turf, 
 other 
 harder outer surface or 
 
 generally 
 
 shoes for 
 outdoor spaces with 
 
 slip bottom and 
 
 
 embossed sole .


• Each athlete 
 
 
 should be mandatory 
 has 
 
 2 
 set 
 (2 
 different
colors) 
 that 
 
 consisting of: 
 shirt, 
 shorts, 
 socks, 
 shin
and the 
 
 
 right shoes.


• The 
 
 goalkeepers must be 
 
 
 wear colors that 
 
 
 come to 
 contrast with those of 
 
 2 
 
 groups and 
 
 of arbitrators.


• Each athlete 
 
 
 should be 
 
 has a number 
 
 in 
 
 the shirt. 
 
 The color of 
 
 number should rise to 
 
 
 contrast with the 
 
 
 color appearance of 
 
 (Open to 
 
 
 dark and 
 
 the reverse) 
 
 and to be 
 
 
 evident from the
distance of spectators and 
 
 
 of television. 
 
 Particular emphasis is given 
 to 
 
views on 
 
 
 with stripes. 
 
 The numbers should 
 
 
 to be between 
 
 25 
 
 and 35cm. 
 in height, 
 
 the center of 
 
 
 back side of 
 
 shirt, 
 between 
 10 
 
 and 15cm. 
 height in any location 
 
 
 the height of 
 
 breast 
 
 the front side 
 
the shirt and between 
 
 10 
 and 
 15 
 
 million in 
 
 any position in 
 
 front side of the shorts 
 
 (in 
 
 one of the 
 
 2 
 feet). 
 
 not allowed 
 no plan or advertising 
 
 over 
 
 in numbers.


• In a 
 
 
 effort to 
 
 is therefore 
 
 in connection with 
 
 
 the regulations
the Olympic Games, 
 
 encouraged the placement 
 
 
 the numbers in
down front section of 
 
 
 right leg of 
 
 
 shorts in height 
 
 10 
 
 million and 
 with opposite color.


• The armband 
 
 
 the Head of 
 
 
 group included in 
 
 equipment and 
 
 
 is necessary for 
 
 
 to be clear 
 
 
 who is the 
 
 Head.


• Rings, 
 
 watches and jewelry 
 other 
 
 
 prohibited by the 
 
 during the race.


• Medical armbands 
 
 
 and medals 
 allowed, 
 but 
 
 will need to 
 
 secured with tape to 
 
 
 wrist and the 
 
 
 chest respectively.


• The athletes 
 
 
 forbidden to wear 
 
 
 anything can be 
 
 
 cause injury to 
 
 
 opponent or to 
 
 
 give primacy to 
 
 anyone 
 
 the time. 
 The
vision goggles allowed, 
 but 
 
 with responsibility for 
 
 sportsmen / sportswomen.

5. Points of Emphasis 
 
 – 
 
 Regulations

• Football 5×5
⇒ The 
 
 races will be held 
 
 
 on artificial turf 
 
 
 Hockey stadium.
⇒ The size 
 
 
 the outbreak is 
 
 3,66 m 
 x 
 2m.
⇒ The 
 
 minimum number 
 
 athletes to play 
 
 
 site each time 
 
 the race is 
 
 3.
⇒ The 
 
 races are over 
 
 30 ‘
 (15’ 
 
 each half) 
 with 
 5 ‘
 break in between.

All the 
 
 
 ranking matches are 
 
 during 
 15 ‘
 (without 
 half).
• Final classification 
 
 
 for the qualifiers 
 
 
 rounds of the tournament
⇒ For 
 
 to set the 
 
 
 final ranking in 
 
 
 qualifying round, 
 will
apply the following system 
 
 Rating:
Win = 
 3 
 points
Tie = 
 1 
 degree
Lose = 
 0 
 points
⇒ In case 
 
 tie 
 2 
 groups 
 
 the following criteria 
 
 will 
 define the classification:
– The result 
 
 of 
 
 matches between the 
 
 2 
 
 pousovathmoun groups,
– The smallest 
 
 
 number of goals that 
 
 accepted,
– The largest 
 
 
 number of goals that 
 
 achieved.
⇒ If there 
 
 
 tie 
 even after the 
 
 
 above criteria, 
 will 
 penalty given 
 
 (following the 
 
 
 procedure below).

• tie 
 tie can be 
 we 
 
 the end of 
 
 
 race classification and 
 
 in
games without a prize.

Extension 
 (rule 
 
 silver goal) 
 
 will be in 
 
 
 the final phase
the tournament. 
 
 The periods 
 
 they will be 
 
 and 
 5 ‘
 
 on each side 
 
 
 in 5×5 
.

If the 
 
 
 tie remains after 
 
 
 the extension, 
 
 the race 
 
 will go to 
 
 penalty shots.

The following principles 
 
 
 will apply:


⇒ Only 
 
 athletes who are 
 
 
 race in space 
 
 
 in the 
 during the second period 
 
 of 
 
 extension can be 
 
 used.
⇒ All the 
 
 
 players gathered in 
 
 kick.
⇒ The 
 
 head coach 
 
 provides the 
 5 
 
 athletes who will 
 
 hit penalty 
 
 
 and will give 
 
 
 the list in 
 
 arbitrator.
⇒ The 
 
 penalty shots are 
 
 
 alternately winning and 
 
 is 
 
 the team with 
 
 the most goals.
⇒ In case 
 
 
 tie after the 
 
 5 
 shots, 
 
 the other athletes 
 
 the team will make 
 
 the 
 
 other shots.
⇒ The group 
 
 
 can choose to 
 
 
 any player as 
 
 goalkeeper in the case of 
 
 penalty. 
 
 If during the 
 
 course of the shootout 
 
 
 injured goalkeeper, 
 any player can be 
 
 
 to replace, 
 
 enough to 
 not be punished with 
 
 abortion.

Select Category 
 
 Competition for

Men’s Soccer 
 
 
 5X5
Women’s Soccer 
 
 
 5X5

Special Olympic Cycling sport Info

Cycling, also called bicycling or biking, is the use of bicycles for transport, recreation, or forsport. Persons engaged in cycling are cyclists or bicyclists. Apart from ordinary two-wheeled bicycles, cycling also includes riding unicycles, tricycles, quadracycles, and other similarhuman-powered vehicles (HPVs).

Bicycles were introduced in the 19th century and now number about one billion worldwide.They are the principal means of transportation in many regions.

Cycling is an extremely efficient mode of transportation optimal for short to moderate distances. Bicycles provide numerous benefits compared to motor vehicles, including exercise, an alternative to the use of fossil fuels, no air or noise pollution, much reduced traffic congestion and likelihood of causing a fatality, easier parking, greater maneuverability, and access to both roads and paths. The advantages are at less financial cost to the user as well as society (negligible damage to roads, and less pavement required).Criticisms and disadvantages of cycling include reduced protection in crashes, particularly with motor vehicles, longer travel time (except in densely populated areas), vulnerability to weather conditions, difficulty in transporting passengers, and the skill and fitness required.

Equipment

In many countries, the most commonly used vehicle for road transport is a utility bicycle. These have frames with relaxed geometry, protecting the rider from shocks from the road, and easing steering at low speeds.

Road bikes tend to have a more upright shape and a shorter wheelbase, which make the bike more mobile but harder to ride slowly. The design, coupled with low or dropped handlebars, requires the rider to bend forward more, utilizing stronger muscles and reducing air resistance at high speed.

The price of a new bicycle can range from US$50 to more than US$20,000 (the highest priced bike in the world is the custom Madone by Damien Hirst, sold at $500,000 USD), depending on quality, type and weight (the most exotic road bicycles can weigh as little as 3.2 kg (7 lb)). Being measured for a bike and taking it for a test ride are recommended before buying.

The drivetrain components of the bike should also be considered. A middle grade dérailleur is sufficient for a beginner, although many utility bikes come equipped with hub gears. If the rider plans a significant amount of hillclimbing, a triple-crank (three chainrings) front gear system may be preferred. Otherwise, the relatively lighter and less expensive two chainrings may be better. Much simpler fixed wheel bikes are also available, and may be more suitable for commuters.

Many road bikes along with mountain bikes include clipless pedals to which special shoes attach, via a cleat, permitting the rider to pull on the pedals as well as push. Other possible accessories for the bicycle include front and back lights, bells or horns, disc brakes, child carrying seats, cycling computers with GPS, locks, bar tape, fenders (mud-guards), baggage racks, baggage carriers and pannier bags, water bottles and bottle cages.

For basic maintenance and repairs, cyclists can choose to carry a pump (or a CO2 cartridge), a puncture repair kit, a spare inner tube, and tire levers. Cycling can be more efficient and comfortable with special shoes, gloves, and shorts. In wet weather, riding can be more tolerable with waterproof clothes, such as cape, jacket, pants and overshoes.

Items legally required in some jurisdictions, or voluntarily adopted for safety reasons, include bicycle helmets, generator or battery operated lights, reflectors, and audible signaling devices such as a bell or horn. Extras include studded tires and a bicycle computer.

Bikes can also be heavily customized, with different seat designs and handle bars, for example. The British art critic and presenter of theSouth Bank show, Melvyn Bragg, is a keen cycling enthusiast having customised his stunt racing bike with handle bar tassles, tubeless tires, and even icons of the A team, which appear with a flick of a switch.

The sport of cycling is an exciting one that tones the muscles of participants while strengthening their cardiovascular systems.

 

Cycling is an enjoyable recreational activity as well, offering relaxation and fun and providing an inexpensive form of transportation to those who choose to pursue it. Special Olympics Cycling offers all of these things to athletes who become involved in the sport.

Athletes are the very heart of the Special Olympics movement. Athletes who participate in Special Olympics have the opportunity, not only to develop their physical fitness; they build social skills, leadership skills, self-esteem, and become competitive athletes. Participants learn life lessons while having fun, ones that carry over into their daily lives apart from the playing field. They become more productive and accepted members of society.

Special Olympics is based upon the belief that people with intellectual disabilities, through sports, training and competition, benefit socially, physically, spiritually, and mentally. The organization believes families are strengthened and communities are united through understanding people with intellectual disabilities in an environment of respect, equality, and acceptance. The process of participation and observation works to bring people with disabilities, families and communities together. Where cycling is concerned, there are a number of official events available through Special Olympics, ones that are appropriate to each individual athlete’s skills and interests:

Special Olympics Cycler

  • 250-meter (m) Time Trial
  • 500-meter (m) Time Trial
  • 1-kilometer (K) Time Trial
  • 2-kilometer Time Trial
  • 5-kilometer Time Trial
  • 10-kilometer Time Trial
  • 5-kilometer Road Race
  • 10-kilometer Road Race
  • 15-kilometer Road Race
  • 25-kilometer Road Race
  • 40-kilometer Road Race
  • 5-kilometer Unified Sports Tandem Time Trial
  • 10-kilometer Unified Sports Tandem Time Trial

Special Olympics Cycling Facilities

The cycling facilities involved in Special Olympics Cycling competitions must meet some various standards. The standards are in place in order to ensure the safety of athletes as well as spectators. Enjoyment of the sport is also enhanced through the following standards.

The road the competition is to take place on needs to be in good condition and free of potholes; it must also not be made of gravel. Prior to the race, any gravel, pebbles, or earth should be swept from the road. Sewers Should be covered with a rubber plate, and bales of hay should be placed in front of posts and trees – as well as at curves and turns along the cycling course.

Traffic needs to be stopped while the race itself is in progress and the course needs to be closed to public traffic whenever possible. To facilitate the goal of a safe departure for participants, the start and finish lines should cover the full-width of the course. The width needs to be at least five meters. For the safety of athletes, a one-hundred and fifty meter straightaway, both before and after the finish line must be established. The area needs to be free of both spectators and obstacles. The starting line can be adjusted according to the distance of the particular race.

There is no particular need for specific courses related to individual races; the course may be the same for all races. The layout for the course should be between two and five kilometers long with two-and-a-half kilometers being the optimum length. The course should always be in the form of a loop because, ‘out and back,’ courses are difficult to control from a safety perspective. The course should also include a slight hill if possible, yet not one that is so difficult that all athletes are unable to complete the course. Para-cycling athletes, as well as visually-impaired cyclists, compete on the rear of tandem cycles with a sighted pilot.

Special Olympics Cycling Equipment

Where Special Olympics Cycling is concerned, not only athletes must wear helmets – Unified Sports Partners and Coaches must wear them as well while they are cycling during either training or competitions. The helmets must meet the safety standards of the National Governing Body (NGB) for cycling in the host country. Cycles need to be inspected before training and competition session to make sure they meet the safety standards of the host country’s NGB rules for cycling. If a modified cycle is not covered under NGB rules is to be used, the Race Director must determine if the cycle is suitable.

Adult tricycles, recumbent, or cycles with outriggers are all examples of modifications. Cycles that are not in a satisfactory condition may be rejected by the organizers of the event and an inadequate cycle might preclude an athlete from participation. Cycles also need to be inspected in relation to their suitability by a licensed or certified cycle shop mechanic or mechanic before the first event of the day. Any standard cycle that complies with safety standards is suitable to be ridden in events.

Cyclist are required to keep at least one hand on the handle bars of their cycle at all times, even as they cross the finish line. Athletes are not allowed to use radios in any Special Olympics race. Athletes are also not allowed to use headphones of any kind while they are either training or racing, with the exception of on stationary equipment. Safety is important!

Special Olympics Cycling Personnel

There are more people involved in Special Olympics Cycling that athletes, coaches, and spectators. For example, in competitions there is also a:

  • Judge
  • Starter
  • Timekeeper
  • Head Official
  • Event Director
  • Director of the Cycling Event

Competitions also include two stagers who are in charge of entry numbers, ensuring the correct number placement, bib numbers, matching cycles, and the correct starting lineup. Stagers make sure that if computer chips are used, they correspond with the appropriate registered rider. There are certified medical personnel, as well as a technician who is certified or licensed as a cycle mechanic and has the proper tools.

The, ‘Holder,’ is a person at competitions who supports riders in an upright position on their bike, preferably with both feet on the pedals, yet is not allowed to push the rider off of the start line. The court marshals stand at every intersection throughout the course in order to keep cyclists on the course, and both cars and pedestrians off of it. There is also a technical delegate.

Special Olympic Cycling Competition Rules

Special Olympics cycling competitions are offered for athletes of all ability levels, who are placed in appropriate divisions based upon their time of entry or preliminary events. Preliminary races are conducted to determine an athlete’s riding abilities; the athlete is then placed in an appropriate division. A time trial is something that consists of an athlete racing against the clock. The use of modified cycles is permitted only in time trial events, and the Race or Event Director will decide of modified cycles and two-wheel cycles will compete together. The decision is usually based upon the course conditions, the number of athletes, as well as the ability levels of the athletes.

Road races consist of mass-start events. Where races on multi-lap courses are concerned, everyone finishes on the same lap as the leader and is given a prorated time, unless the referee decides there is too great a differential in the speed between the athletes on the course. Should this happen, the referee consults with the Event Director, as well as the Rules Committee, regarding the action to be taken. No times are recorded for Road Race Finals, and awards are based on placing only.

Head coaches and delegation members are not permitted to follow the competition in a vehicle or on a cycle unless they have been specifically invited to do so by the chief referee, although coaches can coach from the sidelines. The race is started with either a whistle or a starting gun, and the finish is determined by order of crossing of the finish line. If the course id greater than two-and-a-half kilometers in length, more than a single division can ride on the course at one time; they can start at between one and three-minute intervals. An athlete is considered to have finished the race when their front tire has crossed the finish line.
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his guide is designed to help you become a better Cycling coach.

These links lead you to detailed information on cycling, including illustrations and video clips. Downloadable resources are also available at right.

Acknowledgements
Special Olympics wishes to thank the professionals, volunteers, coaches and athletes who helped in the production of the Cycling Coaching Guide. They have helped fulfill the mission of Special Olympics: to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for people 8 years of age and older with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.

Special Olympics welcomes your ideas and comments for future revisions of this guide. We apologize if, for any reason, an acknowledgement has been inadvertently omitted.

Contributing Authors
Paul Curley, Special Olympics, Inc. — Cycling Technical Delegate
Iain Dawson, Cycling Sport Resource Team Member
Cindi Hart, Cycling Sport Resource Team Member
Tracy Lea, Cycling Sport Resource Team Member
Sue McDonough, Cycling Sport Resource Team Member
Ryan Murphy, Special Olympics, Inc.

Special Thanks To the Following
for Your Support

Floyd Croxton, Special Olympics, Inc., Athlete
Jarvis Jones
Dave Lenox, Special Olympics, Inc.
Karla Sirianni, Special Olympics, Inc. — Intern
Paul Whichard, Special Olympics, Inc.
Special Olympics Maryland
Special Olympics North America

Video Clips Starring Athletes
from Special Olympics Maryland
Angela Buckler
Michelle Johnson
Syd Lea
Joe Quade
Brandon Thompson
Cindi Hart — Coach

Video Shoot Support
from Special Olympics Maryland Volunteers
Jean Brennan
Mary Lu Bucci, Special Olympics Maryland — St. Mary’s County

 

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