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If an athlete was x-rayed at the time of registration and was found to have an AAI condition, he or she may follow the new rule and be examined for symptoms of adverse neurological effects as part of a “renewal” medical examination.If the athlete does not have these symptoms, then he or she may be cleared for participation by a Licensed Medical Professional.No person shall, on the grounds of gender, race, religion, color or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, and/or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity of Special Olympics.Special Olympics Texas aims to build a society of acceptance and inclusion for people with intellectual disabilities and, by extension, for everyone.The Special Olympics Texas Information Guide (SIG) contains important information about the policies, sports rules, fundraising guidelines, financial requirements and communications strategies governing Special Olympics Texas.
Athletes must compete in the area program and events within the geographical boundaries where they live.
Until all athletes have been screened using the new neurological method, the neurological status of athletes that have only been screened by x-ray is unknown.
Precautions will still need to be taken for these athletes.
An athlete must compete at the area level before advancing in the same sport to the state level.
Athletes must play to the best of their abilities, to provide for fair and equitable competition, and must adhere to sportsmanlike conduct.