President Obama joked Thursday that his bowling ability was a Special Olympics, a comment that he subsequent apology.
But a Special Olympics bowler has some tips for the president on how he was.
Tim Maloney, a 38-year-old has Down's syndrome, who has been bowling for 30 years, said the President is in practice more if he wants to bring his last 129 points across the near Maloney's average of 165
Focus, will take time, and relax "was the simple but effective tips Maloney offered the president the phone interview on Friday, FOXNews.com home in suburban Milwaukee." Keep your eyes on the alley. "
Maloney also competes in basketball, golf and track and field. In 2007 he won the gold in 800-meter walk speed, and silver, 400-meter walking speed at the International Special Olympics in China.
But Maloney said that he enjoys bowling the most, because "I stay around my dad and my friends and loved ones."
Maloney from the bowling family. His father, Larry Maloney, said he bowls a 190, his mother, Nancy reservoirs 160, and her sister, Shawn, who also competes in Special Olympics, swimming pools 125
Obama bowled 37 campaign trail last year, drawing hoots and derision from supporters and detractors alike.
Appearing on "The Tonight Show", the President told Leno he was practicing is the White House bowling alley, but was not satisfied with his 129 points Then he rolled a ball the water has been quipping: "It was like the Special Olympics or something."
His way back to Washington DC on Air Force One, Obama called the Chairman, Special Olympics, Tim Shriver, who has said that he was sorry - even before the taped episode of the "Tonight Show" in late Thursday night.
Barack Obama "Special Olympics" Comment On Leno
Shriver accepted his apology but told Fox News on Friday that the joke yet Stung.
"This is a population that struggle on a daily basis can be accepted," he said. "It's the population, which is its biggest challenge will not be humiliated, so as not to make fun of, which are valued on a daily basis.
"The children go to school with special needs, who are trying to find ways to fit in, trying to find ways to not be the Butt is a joke," he added.
But Shriver president credit for his vision.
"This is the moment where the President immediately realized he was a student of this lesson," he said.