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War, ethnic conflicts and threats of terror are constants in the 21st century. Yet every day, around the world, Special Olympics proves that people of all backgrounds, cultures, races and ages can work together peaceably to celebrate what we have in common and to focus on those in need. Throughout our 40-year history, athletes with intellectual disabilities have come together to compete, even when they represent nations or areas that have been divided.
With every new Special Olympics Program that opens, a local community emerges to support the athletes’ courage. This community reaches outward in every direction, beyond the sphere of sports.