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  • NSAD 2015 Hall of Fame Inductees
  • Orienteering
  • Jeff Courtney – BJJ World Championship
  • National Deaf Youth Football Finals 2015
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William Ellsworth “Dummy" Hoy: Base…

Jul 31, 2015 Other

Around the turn of the 20th century, in much less PC times, there was an excellent baseball player named William Ellsworth Hoy. Because of the social agreements of the times...

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SUNY OLD WESTBURY STUDENT-ATHLETE BRINGS…

Jul 31, 2015 Basketball

(Long Island, NY) SUNY Old Westbury Panthers women’s basketball guard, Raven Pentz of Walkill, NY, helped Team USA win the gold at the 2015 World Deaf Basketball Championship this July...

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NSAD announces 2015 Hall of Fame inducte…

Jul 30, 2015 Softball

The National Softball Association of the Deaf (NSAD) announced the 2015 Hall of Fame (HOF) inductees who will be recognized at the upcoming annual tournament at Omaha, Nebraska that will...

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Adrian College's Paige Machnacki has gol…

Jul 30, 2015 Basketball

By Brooks Sutherland ADRIAN There aren’t many NCAA Division III athletes who have an opportunity to hoist a gold medal as a world champion. Adrian College women’s basketball point guard Paige Machnacki...

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Youngest player from Okinawa selected to…

Jul 29, 2015 Soccer

The Japan Deaf Soccer Association/Deaf Futsal Committee announced a list of fourteen women selected to the national team on July 25. The team will compete at "The 4th Deaf Futsal World...

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National women volleyball team training …

Jul 29, 2015 Volleyball

Twelve members of the national women volleyball team joined training camp in the Itoman-shi Citizens Gymnasium in Okinawa, located in the southern island of Japan, for three days from July...

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2015 Summer Deaf Poker Championships

Jul 27, 2015 Poker

Results of the Deaf Poker Tour 2015 at the Venetian in Las Vegas during the weekend of July 24 & 25. Friday, July 24thEarly Bird - 84 entries($125 buy-in/10K stack/20 min...

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Panyushkin and Villamandos-Lorenzo win W…

Jul 27, 2015 Tennis

Great Britain’s Esah Hayat became the first world deaf youth tennis boys’ Egor Panyushkin of Russia and Beatriz Villamandos-Lorenzo of Spain were crowned men’s and women’s singles champions as the...

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Free Elective Leads to Unique Internship…

Jul 27, 2015 Other

Katie Corsmeier runs to meet an injured soccer player on the sidelines during practice. She takes care to situate herself directly in front of the athlete and begins to assess...

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Hayat wins boys' gold at World Deaf Tenn…

Jul 26, 2015 Tennis

Great Britain’s Esah Hayat became the first world deaf youth tennis boys’ champion today at the World Tennis Championships at Nottingham Tennis Centre. Meanwhile, on the penultimate day of the World...

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Britain's Hayat reaches World Championsh…

Jul 25, 2015 Tennis

Great Britain’s Esah Hayat ensured a medal on the fifth day of the World Deaf Tennis Championships at Nottingham Tennis Centre as he made the boys’ final. The fifth day of...

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Summer camp for deaf, hard of hearing in…

Jul 25, 2015 Other

Cole Linderman is a deaf 14-year-old and part of the Swansee High School baseball B-team, where he serves as a pitcher. This summer, he’s part of a another team with...

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Rebel overcoming disability

Jul 25, 2015 Football

By Carrie Anderson MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - It's a sound most of us take for granted when watching football. The whistle. For Ole Miss Rebel Tee Shepard, it's a sound he'll never forget. Shepard...

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India's speech and hearing impaired badm…

Jul 25, 2015 Other

By Amit Kumar Despite being speech and hearing impaired, shuttler Gaurav Ahluwalia has achieved unprecedented heights in his career. His power game has won him a number of medals and trophies. But one...

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Deaf catcher Chase Smartt learns he's a …

Jul 25, 2015 Other

By Mark Inabinett When the Atlanta Braves selected Charles Henderson High School catcher Chase Smartt in the 35th Round of Major League Baseball's First-Year Player Draft on June 10, the choice...

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