24 Hours Nothing But Net
Saturday, May 15 @ 12:00 pm - Sunday, May 16 @ 12:00 pm
24 Hour Free Throw Marathon for Special Olympics South Carolina
Beginning Saturday, May 15, 2021 at Noon, Special Olympic Parent, Unified Athlete and ESPN/CBS Basketball Analyst, Debbie Antonelli will make 100 free throws at the top of each hour for 24 hours. At the conclusion of 24 hours, Debbie will have scored 2,400 free throws for Special Olympics! Debbie’s son, Frankie is a multi-sport, multi gold-winning, Special Olympic athlete.
The entire event will be from the “Team Antonelli Home Court” and live on YouTube and Facebook. Join the fun by subscribing to the live stream on YouTube as well as Liking and Sharing on Facebook.
Beginning Saturday, May 15, 2021 at Noon, Brant Minor, Pacific University men’s assistant basketball coach, will make 100 free throws at the top of each hour for 24 hours. At the conclusion of 24 hours, Brant will have scored 2,400 free throws for Special Olympics Oregon! Brant’s daughter, Maggie is a future Special Olympic athlete.
Every year, Special Olympics Oregon serves more than 5,000 individual children and adults with intellectual disabilities, the largest disability population in the state. Our programs and services provide our constituents with immense opportunities in life — yet nearly 100,000 more people could still benefit from participating in Special Olympics Oregon programs.
As we grow, Special Olympics Oregon is committed to efficiently expanding programs to get closer and closer to serving everyone who qualifies to participate in Special Olympics. Our vision is to help bring all persons with intellectual disabilities into the larger society under conditions whereby they are accepted, respected and given the chance to become useful and productive citizens.
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Help Debbie, Frankie and Brant in their efforts to support Special Olympics. Your pledge can be a game-changer for these athletes!