Category: Swimming

Making a Splash

By Sean Minnihan Nicolette Jones enjoys swimming in the blue waters of the pool in her backyard, but make no mistake that she has her sights set on gold for ...

Southern California Delegation Set for 2018 USA Games

LONG BEACH, Calif. (June 29, 2017) – A year from now, more than 70,000 will descend on Seattle, Wash., to celebrate the awe-inspiring abilities of athletes with intellectual disabilities at ...

Through the Eyes… Day Two

On Monday, we posted a gallery of photos from day one of the 2017 Special Olympics Southern California Summer Games. The shots were "through the eyes" of photographer Jim Cayer, ...

PHOTOS: Summer Games – Day Two

Second and final day from the 2017 Special Olympics Southern California Summer Games from California State University, Long Beach on Sunday, June 11. Lots of awards and medals, a wrap-up ...

Summer Games – Day 1 in Photos

A select group of photos from day one of the 2017 Special Olympics Southern California Summer Games at California State University, Long Beach. The games got off to a big ...

PHOTOS: San Diego Spring Regional

Check-out photos from the San Diego Country Spring Regional Games from Carlsbad High School on Saturday, May 27.The day included competition in basketball, swimming and basketball.  For a complete gallery, ...

Swimmer Competes to Inspire

By Naomi Cahill Longtime Special Olympics Southern California swimmer Jeffrey Morris understands the importance of inspiring others to try new things and do their best. He himself was inspired as ...

Delegations Set for 48th Annual Summer Games

LONG BEACH, Calif. (May 25, 2017) – The 48th annual Special Olympics Southern California Summer Games will begin in 16 days on the campus of California State University, Long Beach. The ...

Giving for the Future

Fern Rudd, like any parent, wants to ensure her child’s future is secure – even long after she’s around to see his life unfold. Her son, Devon Thompson, is a ...

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