Jon-Paul St. Germain
Jon-Paul St. Germain is a passionate, committed and professional executive with the Special Olympics. He worked hard and long, together with Kester Edwards to get open water swimming accepted into the Special Olympics World Summer Games. Without precedent for the first time in Special Olympics history, Special Olympics athletes had an opportunity to compete on the world's stage in the sport of open water swimming.
St. Germain is a Director at Special Olympics, Inc. where he serves at a Director at Special Olympics International and the Director, World Games and Competitions at Special Olympics, Inc.
Previously, he also served as the Special Olympics International Project Leader at the 2009 Special Olympics World Winter Games and at the 2005 Special Olympics Winter Games, and the Special Olympics International Liaison at the 1999 Special Olympics World Summer Games. He also served as the Manager for Venue Development at 1995 Special Olympics World Summer Games.
Jon-Paul St. Germain And Kester Edwards On Open Water Wednesday
Special Olympics World Summer Games
The 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games was nominated for the 2011 World Open Water Swimming Performance of the Year:
- The Legacy Of Eunice Kennedy Shriver In The Open Water
- Jon-Paul St. Germain LinkedIn bio
- Jon Paul St. Germain and Kester Edwards
- Open Water Swimming In The Special Olympics
- World Summer Games Ready To Go
- Divisioning Rounds Of The World Summer Games
- Truly Special Finish In The Open Water
- Andrew Smilley Wins Special Olympics
- World Summer Games To Be Held In Los Angeles
- Blossoming Like A Rose In The RCP Tiburon Mile
- Replacing Discrimination With Smiles
- Tim Shriver, A Great Friend Of Open Water Swimming
- Spills, Splashes, And Smiles At The World Summer Games
- The Legacy Of Eunice Shriver In The Open Water
- TV Coverage, Packed Beaches In LA For Special Olympics
- Kester Edwards, Open Water Swimming Visionary