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12/04/2016 at 08:34. Facebook
SHARED NEWS: Australia’s Deaf Football team are in action against North Korea in a historic friendly at Marconi Stadium this Saturday night.

It represents the second meeting between the two sides following a landmark match in 2014 at Sydney Olympic Park, the first time North Korea’s football side had played on foreign land.

The event has brought together Australia’s Korean community, who...
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UPCOMING EVENT: 1st ASEAN Deaf Football Championship in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia

Malaysia will host the FIRST ASEAN Deaf Football Championship from 4th to 10th December 2016.

This program is the first-time event for being held in Malaysia and also for the first time in the region of Southern East Asia. Because of that, Malaysia is proud for having an honor to be a starter of the development of...
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SHARED NEWS: 2016 Pan American Deaf Football Regional Qualification

The Executive Board of the Pan American Sports Organization of the Deaf – PANAMDES is pleased to inform you that, from October 28 to November 4, 2016 Pan American Deaf Football Regional Qualification was held in Brasilia / Brazil, an event that classified Argentina, Brazil and Venezuela for the 2017 Summer Deaflympics in...
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DEAFLYMPICS 2017: Before and after: New pictures show dramatic change to Samsun Stadium!

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FEATURED NEWS: For Deaf Tennis Player, Sound Is No Barrier

Lee Duck-hee, 18, of South Korea, is ranked 143rd in the world in a sport in which hearing the ball is considered crucial.

ASAN, South Korea — To improve its chances in the boys’ team tennis event at the National Sports Festival here, Mapo High School in Seoul brought in a ringer from Jecheon, two hours southeast of the capital. His...
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FEATURED NEWS: The First Female Olympic Champion was Deaf

Charlotte Cooper Sterry was a female tennis player from England who won five singles titles at the Wimbledon Championships and in 1900 became Olympic champion.

Charlotte Cooper was born on 22 September 1870 at Waldham Lodge, England. She married Alfred Sterry, a solicitor, who became president of the Lawn Tennis Association. They had...
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ICSD PRESS-RELEASE: ICSD President visits SportAccord International Federation Forum

Lausanne, Switzerland - This years`s theme of IF Forum was The Power of Sport to Drive World Health. Most of the sessions addressed the way the international sport community support the their efforts in furthering Safe Sport and Sport for Health Worldwide.

In his welcoming speech, Thomas Bach, President of...
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ICSD PRESS RELEASE: ICSD President took part in Sport and Active Society Commission

Lausanne, Switzerland - 9 November 2016. Dr. Valery Rukhledev was warmly welcomed by the Chairman of Sport and Active Society Commission, Sam Ramsamy, as its newly elected member.

The Commission is formerly known under the name “Sport for All” and part of the IOC Agenda 2020. Dr. Rukhledev was one of the...
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DEAFLYMPICS: 2015 BEST SPORTSMEN AND SPORTSWOMEN AWARD FINALISTS

Men"s Category:

WINNER with 72 points: Vladimir MAYOROV (Russian Federation) - Cross Country Skiing
Born 19.07.1988, Vladimir Mayorov is a 4-time Deaflympics Champion in cross-country skiing (skiathlon 10x10 km., 3x10 km relay, team sprint, and mass start)

FINALIST with 69 points: Giacomo PIERBON (Italy) - Alpine Skiing
Born...
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ASEAN: The First Executive Council will lead ASEAN Deaf Sports Federation for the next four years and aim to stage the first ASEAN Deaf Games in 2018

ADSF is the organisation to promote deaf sports in Southeast Asian countries and sanction the biennial ASEAN Deaf Games and ASEAN Deaf Sports Championships.

ADSF's mission to bring the major Games and Championships for the Deaf communities to...
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Confederation of African Deaf Sports - CADS new Board(2016-2020)
1. Mr. Mohamed Madoun (Algeria) - CADS President
2. Mr. Lamin M Ceesay (Gambia) - CADS Vice President
3. Ms. Shirley Keoagile (Botswana) - EC Member
4. Mr. Alemayehu Teferi (Ethiopia) - EC Member
5. Mr. Nouhoum Keita (Mali) - EC Member
6. Mr. Julius Maxajwe (South Africa) - EC Member
7. Vacancy for Women
IOC: Lausanne 2020 gearing up for the 3rd Winter Youth Olympic Games

The International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Coordination Commission concluded its first visit on Thursday to Lausanne, Switzerland – host city of the Winter Youth Olympic Games (YOG) in 2020. The visit ended on a high note, with preparations deemed well under way after just over a year since the city was elected at the IOC...
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INFOGRAPHIC: To Sample or To Specialize in Youth Sport Activities

7 Postulates about Youth Sport Activities that lead to continued participation and elite performance

- Early diversification allows participation in a range of contexts that most favorably affects positive youth development.

- Around the end of primary school (about age 13), children should have the opportunity to either...
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HISTORY: SEE THE FANTASTIC DEAFLYMPICS (CISS) FRONT MEDAL in 1924!

EDITOR'S NOTE: Comité International des Sports des Sourds (CISS) is the apex body organizing international sports events for the Deaf, particularly the Deaflympics (previously called World Games for the Deaf).

The organization was founded in Paris by Eugène Rubens-Alcais, who organized the first "International Silent Games"...
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CADS: SHARED NEWS FROM OUR MEMBER OF SOUTH AFRICAN DEAF SPORTS FEDERATION (SADSF) REGARDING THE UPCOMING 2nd GENERAL ASSEMBLY IN JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - 26-30 October 2016.
DEAFLYMPICS: 2014 BEST SPORTSMEN AND SPORTSWOMEN AWARD FINALISTS

Men"s Category:

WINNER with 45 points: Vitaly OBOTIN (Russian Federation) - Swimming:
Born 22.05.1992, Vitaly Obotin of the Russian Federation earned six (6) gold and two (2) silver medals in 2013 at the 11th European Deaf Swimming Championships in Saransk (Russia). The events he competed in and medaled were:
- 200m freestyle...
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SHARED NEWS: Deaf Sports Personality of the Year (DSPY) 2016 Awards in United Kingdom

On Saturday, November 12th 2016, the fourth bi-annual award evening for Deaf Sports Personality of the Year (DSPY) will be hosted at Arsenal Emirates Stadium in London.

Deaf Sports Personality of the Year for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Professional Sports athletes who recognise for their achievements.

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DEAFLYMPICS 2017: Samsun 2017 Volunteer Recruitment Campaign

Samsun 2017 offered people around the world a chance to participate in the 23rd Summer Deaflympics today with the launch of an online volunteer recruitment campaign.

The Organising Committee of 23rd Summer Deaflympics is launching the International Volunteer Programme with the aim to offer worldwide volunteers the possibility to...
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ICSD PRESS RELEASE: 2nd General Assembly of the CADS, Johannesburg, South Africa

The International Committee of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD) on 07 December 2015 has placed Confederation of African Deaf Sports (CADS) on suspension pending the holding of the CADS General Assembly to protect the Deaf Sports Movement in the African regions.

The last CADS General Assembly was held on the 27 - 29...
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