Maine officer selected to run final leg with torch for Special Olympics World Games


Bangor Daily News 
 
ROCKLAND, Maine — City traffic officer Troy Peasley has been selected by Special Olympics Maine to run the final leg of the International Law Enforcement Torch Run at the World Games in Shanghai, China.

Peasley will depart for China in late September and will be running alongside more than 100 other officers representing all 50 states and 50 countries.

In addition to the officers, 11 Special Olympic athletes from around the world, including Maine athlete Chris Oster, will also participate in the run.

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