Special Olympics moments

Special Olympics moments

Monday, August 03, 2015

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The Special Olympic Summer Games flame is carried out of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum by an officier of the Los Angeles Police Department, marking the end of the games on Sunday.

(PHOTOS: COLLIN REID OURTESY OF DIGICEL,SCOTIABANK AND CHASE FUND)

Members of Jamaica's Bocce team and their coaches pose for pictures during the closing ceremony Special Olympic Summer Games.


Jamaica's Vincent Evans (left) and Helena Thomas pose with gold medals won in the mixed doubles bocce competition.

(From left) Jamaica's Esther Pair, Rachel Charles and Shereen Gordon dance with members of the Macedonia team at the closing ceremony.

SOJ ,Unified Football Team during closing ceremony at the LA Coliseum,Sun,Aug 2,2015

PHOTOS/Collin Reid courtsey Digicel,Scotiabank and Chase Fund

Head of Special Olympic Tim Shriver (2nd left), celebrates with (from left) head Special Olympics Jamaica Lorna Bell, athletes Kirk Wint and coaches Lori Scott-Moore and Tameka Llewellyn.


Members of Jamaica's swimming team along with their coaches gather for photographs while showing off their medals.

Jamaica's bronze medal winning relay team (from left) Andrew Bartholomew, Leon Barclay, Rachel Charles and Kadian Ingleton pose with their medals.

Jamaican swimmers Nicholas McBean (left) displays his gold and silver medals, while teammate Leon Barclay shows off his silver.

    

   


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