Special Olympics

plural noun
  1. an international program of fitness and athletic competition for children and adults who have mental and often physical disabilities, founded in 1968 and featuring events and quadrennial games modeled on those of the Olympics as well as regional and national competitions.
Related formsSpecial Olympian, noun
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