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EVALUATION AND RESULTS

By monitoring the young participants’ development, we could verify

that being part of the programme has helped them to improve their

skills in this sport, as well as other abilities in the following areas:

• The internalisation of attitudes and behaviours such as effort

and self-improvement.

• Psychomotor skills like coordination, reflexes, balance and

more.

• Their relationship with the environment and with fellow

students, encouraging their integration into society.

• The acquisition of healthy habits.

BENEFICIARIES

More than Tennis was carried out in 17 schools in different parts

of Spain, involving 153 young people competing in Special Olympics

Spain.

97

Boys

Students by gender

56

Girls

10

41

53

27

22

<

16 16-20 21-25 26-30

>

30

years years years years years

Students by age

Students by Spanish Autonomous Community

26

Madrid

30

Andalusia

20

Galicia

21

Balearic

Islands

14

Castile and Leon

32

Region of Murcia

10

Aragon

Schools in

Cambre (A Coruña)

Villagarcía de Arosa

Schools in

Palma (2)

Manacor

Schools in Burgos / Valladolid

Schools in Caravaca / Cartagena

School in Zaragoza

Schools in

city of Madrid (3)

Schools in

Estepona

Seville

Granada

Écija

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