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Looking for in-person experiences? We have you covered with Sports Skills Centers where athletes can work on sports-specific skills in 6-week sessions. Walking clubs provide a great opportunity to get outside, connect with others in your community and stay active.

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Battle of the Keiths: New England Revolution’s Unified team takes on the Andover Stars

Author: Ali Phaneuf After a one-year hiatus amid the COVID-19 Pandemic, the New England Revolution Unified team is excited to be stepping back on the field this Saturday. But for one athlete in particular, this year is still proving to be slightly unconventional. Jimmy Keith has played for the Revs Unified team for six years, and this year is like no other for the seasoned athlete. On Saturday, September 18th the Revs Unified team will play against the Andover Stars Unified team at Gillette Stadium. And for Jimmy, this means playing against a team that is coached by his…

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Game Changer: Athlete Carl Hanson

Game Changer: Athlete Carl Hanson

Author: Drew Frey Carl Hanson has been competing with Special Olympics Massachusetts for 20 years and he continues to bring overflowing enthusiasm to every event. He remembers back in 2011 discovering Special Olympics through his friends and then signing up for events because his parents encouraged him to challenge himself. Now Carl participates in Special Olympics competitions year-round, including bocce, soccer, bowling, volleyball, and track and field. Competing with the Greater Springfield teams, Carl learned to celebrate successes and overcome obstacles through sports. One of Carl’s proudest moments came at the Winter Games tournament in March of 2019. He…

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Join Team Massachusetts In the SONA Move Challenge!

Join Team Massachusetts In the SONA Move Challenge!

Move with Team Massachusetts! To begin their training towards Orlando 2022, Team Massachusetts will compete in the  Special Olympics North America Move Challenge! Join them on their training journey! WHAT:Special Olympics North America presents the SONA Move Challenge, an 8-week movement challenge to see how many minutes of exercise participants can complete each week. WHO: You can participate in the SONA Move Challenge as: an Individual (Special Olympics athletes only) a Traditional doubles (two Special Olympics athletes) a Unified doubles (a Special Olympics athlete and Unified partner) a Traditional team (all Special Olympics athletes) a Unified team (Special Olympics…

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