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    Mario Horn, Shadi Brightfield, and Tim Shriver at a Snowboarding Event
    In a Washington Post Op-Ed, Timothy Shriver, Special Olympics Chairman of the Board, explains why athletes are role models when it comes to inclusion and acceptance.
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    Cleveland Browns Baker Mayfield's Special Olympic Cleats
    The NFL celebrated its third annual "My Cause, My Cleats" campaign during Week 14 of the NFL season as a part of its commitment to supporting causes important to players. My Cause, My Cleats is a collaboration between the NFL and players that raises money for hundreds of charitable organizations of each players choosing.
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    Woman from Special Olympics Haiti competes in race at the 2019 World Games.
    Some of the biggest holiday hits of the last few decades were produced as part of the A Very Special Christmas (AVSC) compilation albums. The albums included artists such as Stevie Nicks, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band and Carrie Underwood.
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