Special Olympics Florida kicks off 2022 Race for Inclusion Campaign

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ORLANDO, Fla. — Special Olympics Florida kicked off its 2022 Race for Inclusion Campaign.

The Race for Inclusion is a statewide campaign supporting the athletes of Special Olympics Florida.


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Celebrating its 50th Anniversary, Special Olympics Florida provides year-round sports training and competition, health services, and leadership programs for people with disabilities.

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The organization serves nearly 60,000 Special Olympics athletes annually, at no cost to athletes or their caregivers

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