Race for Inclusion: Orlando

More than 200 runners and walkers turned out recently for the second annual Orlando Race for Inclusion. The event, part of Special Olympics Florida’s statewide Race for Inclusion campaign, was held at the beautiful Promenade at Sunset Walk Orlando on Saturday, October 22. Participants were treated to perfect weather for the run, a fundraiser supporting the athletes of Special Olympics Florida. Guests included Special Olympics Florida athlete and marathon runner Samantha Rodriguez and Orlando Pride players Erin McLeod and Gunny Jonsdottir.

The Orlando Race for Inclusion is the third of eight Race for Inclusion events to be held this year. The next takes place on November 5 in Tallahassee. To find a race near you and become part of the Inclusion Revolution, visit raceforinclusion.org.

The top fundraising team for the Orlando Race for Inclusion was Team Talk of the Town. A huge thanks to all participants and to our incredible sponsors. You can find a full list of sponsors at the Orlando Race for Inclusion registration site.

View our Orlando Race for Inclusion photo gallery