Utah Special Olympians represent U.S. at World Games in Germany

BERLIN — The Special Olympics World Games wrapped up in Berlin, Germany on June 25, and two Utah athletes are returning from the whirlwind experience.

Special Olympics of Utah (SOUT) sent two men to the competition, both from Tooele.

Todd Lorenzo, 54-years-old, and Brandon Salveson, 45-years-old, competed in the sport of bowling.

Lorenzo placed third in the 4-person Unified Team, and seventh place in singles.

Salveson, a Unified Partner, took third place in Unified Team 4-person Team.

Yolanda Kunder, SOUT Sports Development Director told TownLift, “Special Olympics Utah could not be prouder of these amazing athletes. They spent months practicing as a pair to shine at the games. Their families and teammates were a huge support and very proud of their incredible accomplishments.”

Todd Lorenzo.
Todd Lorenzo.
Brandon Salveson.
Brandon Salveson.



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