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Colts Host Special Olympics Youth Football Camp

Posted Jul 17, 2014

On Monday, June 23, the Indianapolis Colts partnered with Special Olympics of Indiana to host a PLAY 60 youth football camp at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center.

INDIANAPOLIS - On Monday, June 23, the Indianapolis Colts partnered with Special Olympics Indiana to host a PLAY 60 youth football camp at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center. Over 125 Special Olympics athletes participated in various fitness stations with Indiana High School Athletic Association students and Indianapolis Colts players.

Colts OL DANIEL ADONGO, RB VICK BALLARD, T ULRICK JOHN and LB HENOC MUAMBA all participated in the camp. Each player ran a football related drill, interacted with the Special Olympics athletes and posed for pictures.

Daniel Adongo reflected on the visit, saying, “Giving back to the community…it’s more than I could ever ask for. I think it’s the greatest gift that you could give someone…something that you know they can’t ever give back.”

 

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