Two MD Athletes Head to the Special Olympics USA Games

Jun 9, 2014

Soccer player Tammy Holibaugh, Cyclist Adam Hayes and Special Olympics VP of Communications Jason Schriml.
Credit Jason Schriml

This weekend, nearly 3,500 athletes from across the US will travel to Princeton, New Jersey to participate in the week-long Special Olympics USA Games. They’ll compete in more than 14 Olympic style sports.  Team Maryland will be sending a delegation of 160 athletes and their families, along with 40 coaches to the Games. 

Tom Hall talks with two Maryland athletes: Adam Hayes, a Frederick cyclist and Tammy Holibaugh, a Taneytown soccer player.

You can follow Adam Hayes on Twitter, and keep up on the progress of the competitions on Special Olympics Maryland's Twitter.