Kids’ health startup Tiny Docs recently produced this short animated video celebrating Special Olympics athletes who are working hard to be the best they can be. Focusing on physical fitness and healthy lifestyles, “Live from Special Olympics” was inspired and co-written by Washington Township athlete Nicholas Herran.
Inspired by athlete leaders across the state who have wasted no time in reaching out to their friends and creating and sharing encouraging videos and social posts, Special Olympics Indiana’s 2020 Shine Contest is your chance to stay connected to our movement and to earn some cool souvenirs in the process.
Washington Township Athlete Leaders Charlotte Miller and Liz Strong share the successful efforts of their Athlete Input Council to make the 2020 Butler University Polar Plunge more accessible.
Empowered by his involvement in Special Olympics, Tippecanoe County athlete Carlos Crawford is changing his life for the better, one day at a time.
Thanks to a generous donation by ESPN Reporter Marty Smith, Tommy Sliva walked his way to a brand new 2019 Scott Addict 30 bicycle as part of a Unified Fitness Club challenge.
Since 2004, the President & CEO of Special Olympics Indiana has had the honor each year of naming one individual who exemplifies the “Spirit of Special Olympics” but who oftentimes goes unnoticed, someone who places the athletes above him or herself and who helps us to grow and improve our great program. Brian Glick, from Tippecanoe County, has dedicated his entire life to furthering the Special Olympics movement through Athlete Leadership.