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2024 Polar Plunge Raises $1 Million

The Special Olympics Massachusetts Polar Plunge has reached new heights this year - raising $1,000,000. Here are some of the highlights from a record breaking season.

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"Oh, my God!" World Games Nominees had Pretty Awesome Birthdays!

While there is no doubt, Tyler Lagasse and Lindsey Blagg have had some memorable experiences over the years, but in 2024 they were both surprised with some truly incredible news. Watch...

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Jake Blatnica always gets back up

Jake Blatnica of Natick, MA probably shouldn’t have been able to play sports, not at the high school level, anyway. Yet, today he is competing at the highest level and was named the Special Olympics High School Athlete of the year.

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Helping Others Go the Xtra Mile: Regina Robinson empowers new friend at Boston 5K

Josiah and Regina from Special Olympics MA welcomed new friend Cathy into their Boston 5K group, supporting each other to the finish line. Regina went back to help Cathy finish, demonstrating the power of inclusivity and support!

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March was Madness for One Cape Cod Program

Special Olympics MA teams saw excitement on the court this season, especially the LIFE program which trained over 50 basketball athletes across four different teams!

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Lacing Up for Legacy: Johanna Lamoureux Joins the Xtra Mile in Memory of Uncle

Throughout Johanna’s training and fundraising for the Xtra Mile Boston Marathon team, she has felt her uncle’s presence along the way.