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- Special Olympics Luxembourg, Luxembourg
In less than 1 month the Special Olympics European Summer Games will start in Antwerp (Belgium). First our team will stay in Alost for the Host Town experience and later go to Antwerp for a 10 days competition.
From September 9 til 20, more than 2000 athletes with intellectual disabilitie... Read moreby Special Olympics Team on August 15, 2014