Grant Gupton and Macy Knights Honorary Captains at Racing

Macy and Grant Honorary Captains for Racing Louisville🎉 We are thrilled to share that two of our own, Grant Gupton and Macy Knights from Down Syndrome of Louisville, were recently named honorary captains for Racing Louisville women’s football team! 🏆

As honorary captains, they were featured on the jumbotron and  given the incredible opportunity to attend the team’s training and experience the daily routines of  the team.

The partnership with Down Syndrome of Louisville and Racing Louisville has been such a huge step for Down Syndrome Awareness and community friendship.

Let’s all give a big round of applause for Grant and Macy! 👏👏👏 #DownSyndromeOfLouisville #HonoraryCaptains #RacingLouisville #WomenFootball #Inspiration #PowerOfSports

 


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