Law Enforcement Torch Run/Special Olympics- May 20, 2022

Law Enforcement Torch Run/Special Olympics- May 20, 2022
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The mission of The Law Enforcement Torch Run® for Special Olympics (LETR) is to increase awareness and raise funds for Special Olympics. Each year the LETR gets bigger and better.
Kevin Brown has overcome just about every obstacle put in front of him. He’s never let failure or people giving him a hard time stop him from doing what he loves. But most of all, he puts others first, leads by example and goes above and beyond, even in these uncertain times.
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Special Olympics Gibraltar athlete Francis Mauro has courageously volunteered to continue working as a Messenger on the frontlines of the COVID-19 crisis at a hospital in Gibraltar.
Special Olympics athletes and others living in group facilities are at heightened risk of contracting COVID-19. The Law Enforcement Torch Run® (LETR) Council of Rhode Island found a creative way to support this vulnerable population.
Latrice recently became the first African American to race at the Unified Snowboarding X Games competition.
This was a big year for Special Olympics. From high-level competitions and high-profile partnerships to the expansion of Unified Sports and Athlete Leadership, the power of inclusion was on full display.
More than 200 delegates from 12 countries took part in the inaugural Special Olympics International Football Championship held in Chennai, from 3 August to 6 August 2019.
If you thought 586,000 square miles—the land surface of Alaska—could slow down Darci Owens, you were wrong.
Over 100 law enforcement officers and Special Olympics athletes, the Guardians of the Flame, carried the Flame of Hope, throughout all seven of the United Arab Emirates before safely delivering it to the Opening Ceremony in Abu Dhabi.
Since the first Torch Run at the Olympic Games in 1936, the Torch Run is one of the most important parts of the Opening Ceremony.