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Veröffentlicht am Mo, den 06.06.2016

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'There's no stopping me': deaf sprinter's career, from Africa to Faribault - Valley News Live

It’s a simple fact of track and field — the sport revolves around the sound of the starting gun, governing when to go. Nothing else matters until you hear it. Which makes things awfully tough when you’re deaf. [...] weiter »

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Veröffentlicht am Mo, den 23.05.2016

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Deaf Kiwis to share excitement of the Olympics thanks to new captioning tech - TVNZ

Imagine watching some of our greatest sporting moments in history with your television on mute – no spine-tingling hakas, no emotion-filled anthems – just silence. That's the reality deaf and hard-hearing New Zealanders have had had to deal with, but thanks to new technology being readied for the Olympics, it could be an issue of the past. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport Medien Untertitel

Veröffentlicht am Mi, den 11.05.2016

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Rob Strano host golf clinic for deaf and blind students - WJXT Jacksonville

After 15 years as a professional golfer, Rob Strano felt a calling to share the game he loves with the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. In 2003 he took up sign language and that decision was one that changed the course of his life. [...] weiter »

Veröffentlicht am Di, den 26.04.2016

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Deaf fighter aims to stay unbeaten - The Register-Guard

Some athletes try to tune out the noise before a big competition. Aubree Thompson, a mixed-martial arts fighter based in Lincoln City, has never had a choice. Thompson was born with spinal meningitis and lost most of her hearing at 8 months old. That hasn’t stopped her from pursuing a career in MMA and posting a 5-0 record, which she’ll put on the line Saturday night at Midtown Throwdown 8 at the Lane Events Center. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport

Veröffentlicht am Mo, den 18.04.2016

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Boston memories: Deaf and blind runner Gaston Bédard conquers marathon - Canadian Running Magazine (blog)

On April 20, 2015, Aylmer, Que. resident Gaston Bédard completed what many runners consider the world's most famous races, the Boston Marathon. Bédard, 63, is blind and deaf and ran the race with his two guides, Christopher Yule and Melany Gauvin, ... [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport Taubblindheit

Veröffentlicht am Mi, den 23.03.2016

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Children's book highlights deaf baseball hero; benefits Deaf Action Center - Shreveport Times

So I enjoyed visiting with author Nancy Churnin about her new book, “The William Hoy Story,” an inspiring and educational tale about an influential Major League Baseball player who was deaf. I immediately bought a copy for my 4-year-old great-nephew. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport Literatur Jugend

Veröffentlicht am Do, den 10.03.2016

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Deaf Climbing Launches in the UK - British Mountaineering Council

Deaf Climbing UK have teamed up with Awesome Walls Sheffield to celebrate their official launch. Deaf Climbing UK (DCUK) is a deaf-led organisation dedicated to increasing deaf access and participation in rock climbing. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport

Veröffentlicht am Mo, den 07.03.2016

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Deaf cheerleaders sign their team spirit - Tribune-Review

Cheerleaders for the Western Pennsylvania School for the Deaf may not be yelling, but that doesn't mean their messages aren't being heard. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport Kommunikation

Veröffentlicht am Do, den 25.02.2016

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Deaf athlete makes noise on the court - Siouxland News

Siouxland News Deaf athlete makes noise on the court Siouxland News Eighteen years ago, Connor Henze lost his ability to hear when he got sick as a newborn. Now, the senior on Elk Point Jefferson's basketball team says if anyone wants to tell him he can't do something, he's just not listening. At 6 foot 6 Elk Point ... [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport

Veröffentlicht am Do, den 28.01.2016

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Mat Gilbert: Deaf rugby star's secret weapon ... a pen? - KXLF Butte News

A pen might seem like an unusual piece of kit for a burly sportsman to carry onto the rugby pitch. But for Mat Gilbert -- the only deaf professional athlete in the UK -- this high-tech hidden device has become his personal secret weapon. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport Hörhilfen

Veröffentlicht am Mi, den 13.01.2016

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Australian Deaf Games highlights world of hearing impaired athletes - ABC Online

Australian Deaf Games highlights world of hearing impaired athletes ABC Online BRENDAN TREMBATH: Imagine playing a sport like football, but not being able to call out to your team mates or hear the referee's whistle. That's the reality for hundreds of athletes competing in the Australian Deaf Games in Adelaide this week. [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport

Veröffentlicht am So, den 03.01.2016

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Blind and deaf surfer rides waves at Swami's Beach - CBS 8 San Diego

Don't tell Haben Girma that she can't do something because she'll prove you wrong. On Saturday, the deaf and blind Berkeley resident decided to try surfing at Swami's Beach. CBS News 8's Steve Price, in the above video, has the ... [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport Taubblindheit

Veröffentlicht am So, den 23.08.2015

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8 More World Records Fall To Conclude Deaf World Swimming Championships - Swimming World Magazine

The Russian contingent at the deaf world swimming championships closed out the meet in San Antonio in major fashion, setting four of the eight world records on the last three days of the long course meet. Among the other record setters was American Marcus Titus, who brought his tally to three at the meet. [...] weiter »

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Deaf Professional Skateboarder Aims to Inspire Others - NBC Southern California

NBC Southern California Deaf Professional Skateboarder Aims to Inspire Others NBC Southern California Brandon White is a rising professional skaterboarder, despite lacking one of the senses some people might find necessary for an extreme sport: his hearing. White has been deaf since a young age, but that hasn't affected his ability to skate, or his ... [...] weiter »

Kategorien: Sport

Veröffentlicht am Do, den 20.08.2015

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Five world records down at halfway point of World Deaf Swimming Champiionships - SwimSwam

In the men's 50 back, Japan's Yoshikazu Kanaji broke the deaf world record in both prelims and finals. The 21-year-old Kanaji went 27.35 in the morning, then 27.06 at night, dropping the world mark previously shared by John Kealy and Ryutaro Ibara at ... und weitere » [...] weiter »

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