Share Your Story
Special Olympics Kansas is often asked by media to provide stories about our athletes, family members, coaches and volunteers. Now is your chance to share your story.
- Why did you get involved in Special Olympics?
- How has Special Olympics impacted your life?
- What roadblocks or obstacles have you overcome to be where you are today?
Your story doesn't have to be long and can even be a few sentences. We'll contact you for more information. Please email your story idea to Donna Zimmerman, at firstname.lastname@example.org . Don't forget to include your name, age, team name, place of employment and phone number.
of the Topeka Jr. Blues, may not always win, but she is always brave in the attempt. Read about her positive attitude and confidence.
Bekah Henderson, of the Topeka Jr. Blues, was selected the Most Inspirational Athlete at Summer Games. Along with that honor, her picture was featured on a billboard promoting Special Olympics Kansas. Read more about Bekah.
Katie's initial involvement with Special Olympics started with one simple question; "Dad, will you be my basketball coach?" Read the rest of Katie's story
Ernest Hemingway once wrote, "As you get older it is harder to have heroes, but it is sort of necessary." While it may be difficult to find those heroes, one can simply look to one amazing Special Olympics Kansas
athlete - Bill Story, for Inspiration. Read about Bill.
Through the years, Nathaniel Drake has gained a love of sports and competition. A few years ago, he had the opportunity to participate in the annual Wilt Chamberlain KU Clinic. Sitting center court with his dad and brother in Allen Fieldhouse is a moment he will never forget. Learn more about Nathaniel
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