More than likely, the athlete you imagine is big, buff, and standing on two strong legs with strong, muscled arms and a firm core. You probably don't picture your supreme athlete having missing arms, legs, or any form of physical or intellectual handicap. However, there are a number of athletes proud of their skill within the community of the Special Olympics.
Athletes and their supporters know that the athletes that take part in the Special Olympics are just as dedicated and proud of their accomplishments as every other athlete injured, handicapped, or otherwise. And there are many ready to share the joy and provide support and Lina Sinha is one of those individuals. She has volunteered her time and worked for the Special Olympics to help keep the program working smoothly so it can be enjoyed by many.
She is proud of the work she's done and the support she's provided. She knows the feeling of partnership and community felt within the Special Olympics and knows it's a wonderful program to volunteer for. The program helps to support and provide strength and encouragement for physically and intellectually-handicapped athletes and Lina Sinha would encourage everyone to volunteer for such an event at least once in their lives. The reward and positive environment benefits everyone athletes, supporters, and volunteers alike.