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(SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images) US President Barack Obama (R) and First Lady Michelle Obama (L) dance during their visit to the Western Inaugural Ball on January 20, 2009 at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC.

(TIM SLOAN/AFP/Getty Images) President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle walk the Inaugural Parade route following Obama being sworn in as 44th US president January 20, 2009 in Washington, DC. President Barack Obama (R) looks at his wife, first lady Michelle Obama (L), as she speaks during a reception in honor of International Women�s Day at the East Room of the White House March 8, 2010 in Washington, DC.

"She knew that when we give others the chance to fulfill their greatest potential, we all win."In 1962, Shriver started a day camp, known as Camp Shriver, specifically aimed at giving children with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to play with their peers and participate in sports. Senate Barack Obama (D-IL) (L) holding his daughter Malia with wife Michelle and youngest daughter Sasha (R) celebrate his victory with supporters over Repulican rival Alan Keyes November 2, 2004 in Chicago, Illinois.

Over time, the camp evolved into the Special Olympics organization. Obama was expected to easily defeat Keyes in this first ever senate race featuring two major-party African-American candidates.

Looking as elegant as ever in a black cutout gown, Obama opened up about Shriver -- who died in 2009 at the age of 88 -- and reflected on what made her a wonderful human being.

PHOTOS: Michelle Obama: First Lady of Fashion "[She was] a woman who believed that everyone has something to contribute and everyone deserves a chance to push themselves, to find out what they're made of and to compete and win," Obama, 53, shared.

The late Eunice Kennedy Shriver was honored with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the ESPYs on Wednesday for her legacy of creating and developing the Special Olympics and for being a champion of equality and inclusion.

To properly pay tribute to her memory, former First Lady Michelle Obama took the stage at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles to present the prestigious honor, and to share a few words about the impact Shriver had on the world.

(Photo by Gary O'Brien/Charlotte Observer/MCT via Getty Images) Nobel Peace Prize laureate, US President Barack Obama (R) and First Lady Michelle Obama greet the torch parade from the balcony of the Grand Hotel in Oslo on December 10, 2009.

(Photo by Jefferson Siegel-Pool/Getty Images) US President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama wait to greet Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, for a reciprocal dinner at the Winfield House in London, on May 25, 2011. (REUTERS/Carlos Barria) First Lady Michelle Obama and President Barack Obama leave the White House and board Marine One on July 12, 2016 in Washington, DC. ( Photo by Cheriss May/Nur Photo via Getty Images) "Over the course of her life, she turned that visionary idea into a worldwide movement, with competitions across the globe," Obama shared.