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Kip and Tyson Neubauer (Volleyball / Basketball)

Duration: 04:36

Kip and Tyson Neubauer, as profiled by Judy Blank of Iowa Public Television.

For nearly three decades the Neubauer family has participated in Special Olympics. Brothers, Kip, 36, and Tyson, 26, began competing as soon as they each turned eight-years-old. Their parents, Bonnie and Herb, have volunteered as coaches and even started a Special Olympics program for disabled people in their home town area of Clear Creek Amana, Iowa.

Comfortable in the spotlight, Kip and Tyson have served as poster boys for the Kansas City Royals and have met famous sports figures and political leaders. Adding to their roster of accomplishments the brothers competed in Motor Activities Training Program events at the national games.

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Post Date: April 4, 2007