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“It teaches other people that people with disabilities can do things.”

This week we hear from Jarod Falk of Oshkosh! Jarod was a member of Team Wisconsin for the 2018 USA…


“Thank you, Special Olympics, for helping me over the past 29 years, and I hope for many more years to come.”



Special Olympics means so much to me. It has given me opportunities I might not otherwise have.” 

My SOWI Story is back! This week we hear from Seth Rehrauer of…


“The Barron County program is like a big family. We help each other during the year. The coaches, teammates and families care about each other.”

After a brief hiatus, we’re back…

Katie M.

“If someone wants to have fun, feel better and make friends, then Special Olympics is the place for them.”

This week we hear from 2018 USA Games athlete Katie Muench from West…

Cynthia B.

“I came from a background growing up where I thought I would end up in the prison system because I was that angry, but SOWI changed my life.”



“Being part of such a great group makes me proud and very happy.”

This week we hear from 2018 USA Games Delegate Rachael Fedor of La Crosse!

How and when did you become…


This week we hear from 2018 USA Games Delegate Michael Poll from Whitefish Bay! When Michael found out he was going to the USA Games, his reaction can only bring…

Steven W.

“The camaraderie you feel when meeting the other athletes, coaches, parents, guardians, and volunteers is like nothing else in the world.”

On this week’s My SOWI Story, we hear from athlete…


“You get to feel good about yourself when you are at the games and know you did your best, even if you didn’t win. Everybody is so nice to you.”


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