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Kuehne & Montgomery win open champio…

Jun 28, 2015 Other

Fletch Kuehne won the Open Division at the 2015 Deaf Disc Golf Association National Championships at Appling, Georgia. Kuehne finished the weekend with a score of 258 which was 23...

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USA U18 end stay at Volleyball Festival …

Jun 28, 2015 Volleyball

This morning, the USA Deaf Volleyball U18 Firecrackers ended their stay at the 2015 Volleyball Festival National Championships at Phoenix, Arizona with two games. In the first match, the Firecrackers faced...

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USA U18 Firecrackers wrap up round robin…

Jun 28, 2015 Volleyball

Today, the USA Deaf Volleyball U18 Firecrackers went 1-2 in the third day of the 2015 Volleyball Festival National Championships at Phoenix, Arizona. In a 8 AM match, the Firecrackers faced...

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USA U18 Firecrackers face stiff competit…

Jun 27, 2015 Volleyball

The USA Deaf Volleyball U18 Firecrackers faced stiffer competition in the second day of the 2015 Volleyball Festival National Championships at Phoenix, Arizona today where the Firecrackers dropped all three...

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Kuehne & Montgomery lead open divisi…

Jun 27, 2015 Other

Fletch Kuehne leads the open division with three rounds completed at 2015 Deaf Disc Golf Association National Championships at Appling, Georgia with 17 under par at 174. Jeremy Farnsworth is...

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Stevenston swimmer is a record breaker

Jun 27, 2015 Swimming

STEVENSTON student Danielle Joyce is on track for her first World Deaf Swimming Championships in Texas this August – after breaking her ninth world record last month Eighteen-year-old Danielle set a...

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USA U18 Firecrackers off to good start a…

Jun 26, 2015 Volleyball

The USA Deaf Volleyball U18 Firecrackers won two out of three pool matches in the first day of the 2015 Volleyball Festival National Championships at Phoenix, Arizona this morning. In...

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Hoop Dreams: 8-Year-Old Deaf Basketball …

Jun 26, 2015 Basketball

By Alexa Keyes, Jenna Wolfe and Michelle Melnick Ask 8-year-old Zeke Ortiz what he wants to be when he grows up, and he'll answer without hesitation — a pro basketball player. Zeke...

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Deaf disc golf national championship beg…

Jun 26, 2015 Other

By Travis Highfield The Deaf Disc Golf National Championship has returned to the Augusta area after more than a decade, bringing with it talent from around the country and abroad. The event,...

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Cuesta student to represent U.S. at Worl…

Jun 26, 2015 Basketball

By Nick Wilson Cuesta College student Ali Elmasri is a skilled player on the basketball court. He can drain 3-pointers, drive to the basket and finish at the rim with a feathery...

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As expected: Russian women advance to th…

Jun 26, 2015 Soccer

By Richard Brandt Women’s semi-final day at the Hanover HSC stadium. The first match set sky-high favourite Russia against the outsider Great Britain. The favourite won but the Russian women did...

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Turkey after a thrilling match in the fi…

Jun 26, 2015 Soccer

By Richard Brandt In the best match of the EuroDeaf 2015 up to now Turkey advanced to the EC final with a tight 3:2 victory against Great Britain. On the court both...

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Shelton’s Gintoli brothers more than jus…

Jun 24, 2015 Hockey

By Noah Finz (WTNH)–While NHL teams were battling in the Stanley Cup playoffs, a couple of local hockey standouts were playing for their country. Shelton’s Peter and Garrett Gintoli are members of...

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Germany advances to the semi-final again…

Jun 24, 2015 Soccer

By Richard Brandt In the last group-match, the German women against Great Britain, there wasn’t much at risk. The goal, not to face Russia in the semi-final, was already reached before the...

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Deaf athlete has sights set on IRONMAN

Jun 23, 2015 Other

By Josh Green SEATTLE – Vlad Schmidt's friends haven't seen him much lately. He spends most of his free time swimming, riding and running. His mother, who nurtures a family of...

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