Major television networks ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2 have announced that they will offer unprecedented coverage of the 2015 Summer Special Olympics in to be held in Los Angeles, CA, from July 25 to August 2.
“The Special Olympics World Games is a truly compelling event, filled with some of the most extraordinary sports stories and people you will ever see, and we are looking forward to showcasing them,” said Russell Wolff, executive vice president of ESPN International. “Sports has the power to be unifying, uplifting and life-changing, and this event will be a remarkable and tangible example of that power.”
It is estimated that 7,000 athletes and 3,000 coaches from 177 countries will be participating. For more details, general information and developing coverage news, go HERE.