A special athletic team

Quesnel Special Olympians travelled to Langley, B.C. for the qualifier for the 2017 Special Olympics

14 Quesnel special olympians and six coaches travelled to Langley June 10 – 12

14 Quesnel special olympians and six coaches travelled to Langley June 10 – 12, for the Regional Qualifiers in preparation for the provincial Special Olympics Games in 2017. The athletes and coaches arrived at McLeod Athletic Park ready to compete. They won’t find out if they qualified until all the tabulating is complete. Also while in Langley, special olympians Brock Turlesky and Germain Severeid competed in the pentathlon, a competition involving five different track and field sports. This is the first year for this event in Special Olympics.

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