"When I first started playing two years ago, I wasn't that good," Bowers said. "I am better at the game now because I practice all the time."
Sanders found a new meaning to life when he joined Special Olympics. He said that being a part of this is keeping him off the streets and it's something to look forward to because he made new friends.
Special Olympics is committed to the highest ideals of sport and expects all coaches to honor sport and Special Olympics. All Special Olympics coaches agree to observe the following code:
Respect for Others
Ensure a Positive Experience
Act Professionally and Take Responsibility for My Actions
Quality Service to the Athletes
Health and Safety of Athletes