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Big team prepares for ‘Super Plunge’ 2023

                                        >> THANK YOU ALL FOR SUPPORTING THE ATHLETES.  YOU GAVE HIM THE OPPORTUNITY TO PLAY A SPORT HE LOVES.  >> MARYLAND OLYMPICS LIFTS CEO JIM SMUTS started jumping into the bay.  KELLY AND HIS PARTNERS SUPER PLUNGERS LOOK AT THE GUN POINT, BOTH THINKING ABOUT WHAT'S TO COME.  FRIDAY 22 JANUARY WILL DO THIS FOREVER.  >> IT'S NOT EVERY DAY YOU RUN 24 TIMES IN THE CHESAPEAKE CRIME.  >> WE HAVE TO LAUGH AT THIS.  WHAT'S BAD ABOUT IT?  >> HE WILL BE SEEN.  THEY ARE JOINING THE BIGGEST SUPER Plunge Team.  MORE THAN 50 STRONG PERFORMERS IN 22 ATHLETES.  EACH PERSON NEEDS TO CONTRIBUTE $10,000.  TEAM TOGETHER, $15,000, ALL WILL BE ENOUGH.  24 TIMES TO ENTER EVERY DAY IS A WORD OF EDUCATION FOR THOSE WHO DONATE.  >> THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS means everything to him.  I think I'm here to give him the MOTIVATION.  CAN FIT WITH 24 PLUNGERS.  CAN'T WAIT.  >> ALL THIS WILL COME FROM HELL FOR ATHLETES MORE THAN 4000 OLYMPICS SPEAKING FOR FREE THE SPORTS THAT THEY LOVE.  >> I -- SNOWSSHE.  BASKETBALL.  football.  Kayaking.  >> PARIS recently competed at the 2022 USA Games in FLORIDA.  NEW EXPLANATION OF SUPER GOVERNMENT.  SO far, their team has $12,000.  If you want to go out to the biggest party on the beach, sign up for the big event.  MARYLAND POLICE TAKE THE POLAR BEAR.  >> It's called.  OUT ON FEBRUARY 4.
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The biggest team ever prepares for 24 dives in 24 hours in this year’s ‘Super Plunge’

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                The Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge to benefit the Special Olympics is coming up next week, but the Super Plunge will be the highlight of the event.  On January 27th, the largest Super Plunge team will dive into the Chesapeake Bay 24 times in 24 hours at Sandy Point State Park.  "Thank you all for supporting our athletes, like Peris Bennett. Give them the opportunity to play the sport they love," said Maryland Olympic President and CEO Jim Schmutz.  Kelly and fellow athlete Peris Bennett watched from the beach, both thinking about what was to come, as the clock ticked down on January 27.  " Kelly said. "I have to suck it up.  Is it that bad?" said Bennett. With more than 50 strong - including 20 athletes - the super plungers need to raise $10,000 and the combined team needs to raise $15,000 to participate in the Super Plunge. .A promise fulfilled to all who donated to enter the water once every 24 hours."  The Special Olympics mean everything to him, and I think being here will help give him that extra boost, where we can push each other for 24 hours.  I can't wait to have Paris as my teammate," Kelly said. It's all to help more than 4,000 Maryland Special Olympics athletes play the sport they love for free. play basketball, soccer soccer (and) kayaking," Bennett said.  Bennett also recently competed at the 2022 USA Olympics in Florida in bocce ball.  The Super Plunge is a new challenge, and so far, their team has raised $12,000.  For those who want to go out to the biggest party on the beach, you can sign up for the main event, the Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge, which takes place on February 4th.  "It's cold," Schmutz said while in the water.  "Go out on February 4th (and) join a team (or) start a team."


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                <strong class="dateline">ANNAPOLIS, Md.  —</strong>                                             The Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge to benefit the Special Olympics is coming up next week, but the event will be fueled by the Super Plunge.

On January 27th, the largest Super Plunge team will dive 24 times into the Chesapeake Bay in 24 hours at Sandy Point State Park.

“Thank you all for supporting our athletes, like Peris Bennett. Give them the opportunity to play the sport they love,” said Maryland Olympic President and CEO Jim Schmutz.

Schmutz began diving into the Chesapeake Bay as Will Kelly and his athletic partner Peris Bennett watched from the beach, both thinking about the future, because on January 27, it will sink around they are watches.

“It’s not every day you jump into the Chesapeake Bay 24 times,” Kelly said.

“I have to suck it up. How bad is it?” said Bennett.

With more than 50 strong – including 20 athletes – the super plungers need to raise $10,000 and the combined team needs to raise $15,000 to participate in the Super Plunge. A promise made to all who paid to enter the water once every 24 hours.

“The Special Olympics mean everything to her, and I think I’m here to help give her that extra boost so we can push each other for 24 hours. I can’t wait to have Paris as my teammate,” Kelly said. .

It’s all to help Maryland’s more than 4,000 Special Olympics athletes play the sport they love for free.

“I say I do it all. I do snowshoeing. I do basketball, soccer (and) kayaking,” Bennett said.

Bennett also recently competed at the 2022 USA Olympics in Florida in bocce ball. The Super Plunge is a new challenge, and so far, his team has raised $12,000.

For those who want to go out for the biggest party on the beach, you can sign up for the main event, the Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge, which takes place on February 4th.

“It’s cold,” Schmutz said while in the water. “Go out on February 4th (and) join a team (or) start a team.”

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