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Team 6

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COMMUNITY

 

Sample Data Response:

  • As an athlete, how do you feel Special Olympics is portrayed in your community?

 

 

 

Sample Statement:  SOMD should continue to focus on and improve the way that SOMD is perceived by the public-  especially in large media venues like commercials, media events

 

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FRIENDSHIPS

 

Sample Data Response:

·         How often do you get together with your friends?

 

 

 

Sample Statement: SOMD Athletes should make every effort to maintain friendships outside of practice times to contribute to the health of an athlete. 

 

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OPPORTUNITY

 

Sample Data Response:

·        Of which leadership opportunities within Special Olympics are you aware?

  

Sample Statement:  SOMD should advertise leadership opportunities to current athletes.

 

 

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QUALITY

 

Sample Data Response:

·         How well do you feel your training prepares you for competition?

 

 

 

Sample Statement:  SOMD will provide a venue that athletes are able to contribute input and feedback on improving training for all athletes.

 

 

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SPORTSMANSHIP AND INTEGRITY

 

Sample Data Responses:

 

·        How well do you feel other Special Olympics athletes show sportsmanship?

 

 

Sample Statement:  Every SOMD athlete will take individual responsibility to treat fellow athletes with respect and agree to the SOMD Code of Conduct.

 

 

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·         When necessary, Special Olympics Maryland meets my needs in the following areas.

  

Sample Statement:  SOMD needs to provide greater accessibility to athletes’ physical and cognitive needs for both social and athletic events. 

 

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