Sean Ellingham and Ben Kelly, both lifelong Spurs fans from Hertfordshire, struck gold at the World Games held in Los Angeles earlier this year.
Special Olympics is a global organisation providing sporting opportunities for people with learning disabilities throughout the world.
The Club, through its Foundation, have been a proud partner of Special Olympics for a number of years now, both through promoting its Unified Football programme locally and delivering football coaching clinics in partnership with the organisation across the world, including during recent first team tours to the US, Malaysia and Australia.
The Special Olympics World Games are held every two years, and at their first attempt, Sean and Ben helped lead Team GB to gold in the Men’s 11-a-side competition, beating Bangladesh 8-6 in a thrilling final back in August.
Today (Tuesday, November 24) the pair were rewarded with the chance to watch Mauricio Pochettino’s time at close quarters and meet the players after the session.
Ben even lent his gold medal to his favourite player, Harry Kane, on what was a day to remember for the lads.
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