The day self-made leader Stephanie Hammond first participated in Special Olympics cha... Read more »
A sincere thanks
to police officers
When Stephanie Hammond first became involved in Special Olympics, she was impressed by the police officers who volunteered to pass out medals to the athletes. Since that day, she's made it a point to reach out to police officers around the world to say thanks for their service. Click to read her story. »
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He lived most of
his childhood in Ethiopia:
It molded him into the man he is
today, living for every moment
in the outdoors and encouraging
people to realize their dreams,
regardless of their circumstances.
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