A night that will be remembered by all who were in attendance
Team Vermont is among the first USA National Games competitors to leave Lincoln.
Volunteering as a family and making a difference
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VideosMay 4, 2010
Team Vermont is among the first USA National Games competitors to leave Lincoln.
80 year old Leonard “Spike” Bauroth is thankful for the opportunity to work with Special Olympics.
Athletes and fans share an exciting and spirited ceremony
Opening Eyes optometrist share what it is like to work with the athletes.
KFRX street team highlighting fans, volunteers and athletes.
Pictures of the 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games
Stories and highlights from the afternoon powerlifting session on Thursday, July 25.
Colorado tennis coach Vicky Matarazzo shares how being involved with Special Olympic athletes has changed her life.
Darrius Roberts of Missouri Green proudly sings national anthem before their last game on Friday, July 23, 2010.
Team Florida plays another exhibition match against local high school players.
Video from Friday’s Rhythmic Gymnastics Sport Experience demonstration.
Team Oregon scores its first goal in the final day. Click to read more.
Volleyball competition comes to an end and everyone is a winner.
Live coverage of the 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games closing ceremonies
Volunteers receive praise for their contributions.
Bocce competition wraps up at Cook Pavilion
Circle of Friendship tradition continues with a moment to say goodbye and thanks.
Missouri team completes a perfect season.
First-year event proves to be competitive.
Team Florida finds new competition from local high school players.
For Texas athletes friendships made during the 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games mean the most.
From the smallest city in the country’s smallest state.
Nebraska track runner competes in national games just more than a month after father’s motorcycle accident.
Sandra Boggs speaks on how she feels about coaching a unified team.
When an athlete falls ill, the medical support staff in Lincoln springs into action.
An Oklahoma athlete, Jordan Robertson, brought his family, friends and six teachers with him to the Special Olympics.
Volunteers helped with all aspects of the 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games.
Carla and Marla West are twin sisters and exceptional bowlers
video from Thursday, July 22 Young Athletes demonstration.
Fans play a huge role in the Special Olympics.
Lani DeMello continues to inspire athletes, family, and friends.
The mother of two brothers on Team Missouri Green leads the cheers for her boys and their teammates.
Kyle Russell has battled brain tumors all his life, but today he won bronze.
Gregory Blankman has a monumental day at power lifting competition.
Nicholas Vandenburgh gains support in 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games
Vermont athlete Herb Gringrich is facing stage four cancer. But despite everything working against him, Gringrich won a gold medal today.
Unified teams forge strong bonds.
Special Olympics USA National Games award golf medals.
Lindsey Moore and Meghin Williams show their support of Special Olympics.
West Virginia fans rode their Harley-Davidson motorcycles more than 1,000 miles to support their athletes.
A 12-year-old is the youngest athlete at the bocce venue.
The only two female flag football players in the 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games find a place on the field.
The Georgia Special Olympics softball team works together to compete as one.
Texas golfer Cole Wells, 19, earned a gold medal in Level 1 golf competition Wednesday morning.
Missouri remains undefeated
The women’s basketball game was decided in the last 12 seconds.
The Special Olymipcs Officials’ Program for Athletes (SOOPA) helped Colter achieve his dream.
Moriah Jones is a rhythmic gymnast from Michigan.
Nebraska Football Academy holds clinic
Meet rhythmic gymnast Sara Abbott and her family as they talk about her ‘amazing’ life story.
Scott Rohrer, 21, shot a 71 at Highlands Golf Course Monday to set a new international Special Olympics record.
Assistant awards manager Dixie Trevarthen shares her thoughts about what many athletes consider the culmination of the Special Olympics experience. (Photos from bocce award ceremony)
Rhode Island athlete Maggie Sebastian doesn’t let her age or level of experience hold her back at the 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games.
Albert competed in the 100-meter wheelchair race and softball throw.
Union Pacific’s Barbara Mainwaring discusses the company’s sponsorship of Special Olympics Torch Run, Team Southern California.
Team Missouri’s Andy Martinez, 26, from Kansas City, Mo., holds golf close to his heart.
Amanda Freed and Frank Kolarek worked to enhance the athletes’ abilities
Indiana athlete competes in games for 32 years
Romeo Ayalin of Team Arizona takes part in the power lifting competition.
Marcos and Humberto Tapia are brothers and unified soccer teammates for Nebraska.
Promo spot for the Games.
Special Olympics athlete Rex Young becomes a major character at the bocce venue.
Twins surprised by family.
Clipped Wings, an organization of former flight stewardesses, first volunteered for Special Olympics in South Bend, Ind.
Former American Idol contestant Michael Sarver hands out medals to powerlifting champions at the 2010 Special Olympics USA National games.
Chan Graves moves on in Men’s 100m Freestyle competition.
Highlights from the Tuesday morning powerlifting session.
The volleyball competition at the Abbott Sports Complex starts.
UNL volleyball players and USA Olympian work with athletes throughout the day.
Brian Whitcomb, honorary president of the PGA of America, offers a proclamation of support to the USA National Special Olympics at Pershing Auditorium in Lincoln, Neb.
Competition begins July 19 with the 10,000 meter run.
Kolan McConiughey challenges president after negative comment
Carolyn Nagg talks about her son and being a fan
While visiting the rhythmic gymnastic games, Brooklyn Decker talks about the importance of the Special Olympics and recaps opening ceremonies.
The only female player on SC unified basketball team
Linda Zelms, Team Ohio golf coach, reflects on her involvement in the Special Olympics.
Eric Safarz, 38, represents team Ohio in golf at the USA National Games.
Conor Coleman, 18, of Denver Colo., his mother and coach share their experience in getting to the 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games.
MAD DADS give away over 100 bikes in Lincoln.
Nebraska funding impacts Tennessee and New Jersey
Florida soccer player Jessie Fusilier has fans from Texas: his grandparents.
The Young Athletes program links children eight years old and younger to the Special Olympics organization.
Andy Roddick tennis clinic at the Ethel S. Abbott Sports Complex
The basketball team unites behind the common goal of victory.
A bocce official explains the rules.
The crowd was standing room only as aquatics teams from around the country competed at Bob Devaney’s natatorium.
The Special Olympics athletes received their first taste of the competition on Sunday.
A South Carolina soccer team with athletes containing hearing impairment are competing this week in the 2010 Special Olympic USA National games
Athletes and officials speak at the opening press conference for the 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games.
Va. athlete Heather Bochner qualified in today’s 100m freestyle. She competes again tomorrow morning.
Video from the 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games opening ceremony talking about fan support and unity.
It’s a dance revolution at the Special Olympics.
Opening Ceremony celebrates athletes and officially begins the Games.
Join the Special Olympics Documentation Team as it captures the excitement before the opening ceremonies.
Shriver talks on purpose of Special Olympics
The actor talks to the media about the Cessna Citation Airlift.
Report on the athletes’ reception at the Cessna Citation Special Olympics airlift.
Shriver speaks at Health Symposium
A behind the scenes look.
Team Ohio was the first to arrive at Duncan Aviation this morning at 7:30 a.m. and its athletes are ready to put their skills to the test against the rest of the country.