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Tom has the ability to create a training program based on a wide variety of needs and abilities while making each athlete feel special and part of the team.
She is very caring to the athletes, offering great encouragement and understanding.
AlmostAustralians have an intellectual disability.
She has now managed the food and volunteer assignment of three multi-sport events and food preparation for travelling athletes and volunteers.
Marilyn has 11 years of service to Special Olympics at a club, state and national level.
Hall of Fame Award.
He encourages all athletes to do their best and enjoy themselves make friends.
The figure with arms limply by their side represents a person with an intellectual disability facing challenges and isolation before joining Special Olympics Australia.
He was selected in the and National Games for basketball.
As a swimming coach he can calm and teach any disability and any age and any level of need.
He captains a team of athletes with an intellectual asu group sex in the local mainstream Australia Day basketball competition where they won their first game this year in Division 4.
Gavin Dovey, Melbourne West.
Judy has been involved in Special Olympics for over 2 years.
Providing sports opportunities for people with an intellectual disability, week-in, week-out, in communities across Australia.
EKS Award Nominees:
She is able to speak to the athletes using language that they understand and is clear in her explanations.