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New Deaf World Record broken by another Melbourne swimmer

February 17th, 2021|Comments Off on New Deaf World Record broken by another Melbourne swimmer

The 18-year-old swimmer, Nick Layton broke the Deaf World Short Course Record of 25.12 seconds in 50m butterfly November last year. The International Committee of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD) has recently approved this

Melburnian swimmer plan on taking his swimming talent to the Olympics in the long term

December 17th, 2020|Comments Off on Melburnian swimmer plan on taking his swimming talent to the Olympics in the long term

18-year-old Alex Kirchner from Melbourne plans on taking his swimming talent to the Olympics in the long term. In the past, he achieved many recognitions for his swimming on local, state, national and international

Queensland athlete to compete on world stage

December 17th, 2020|Comments Off on Queensland athlete to compete on world stage

Jamie Howell, a multi-talented athlete from Queensland, has her eyes set on making the Top 8 in Athletics at the next Deaflympics. COVID-19 impacts this year has been derailing a lot of national and

Nine national sporting organisations for people with a disability form an Alliance

December 3rd, 2020|Comments Off on Nine national sporting organisations for people with a disability form an Alliance

The Australian Sporting Alliance for People with a Disability (ASAPD) acknowledges International Day of People with a Disability (IDPwD) and supports its aim to promote greater understanding of disability issues and mobilise support for

International Day of People with Disability – Katie Kelly OAM

December 2nd, 2020|Comments Off on International Day of People with Disability – Katie Kelly OAM

To celebrate International Day of People with Disabilities, Deaf Sports Australia is sharing a story about Katie Kelly OAM - an Australian deafblind para-triathlete who deserves to be acknowledged for her successes to date.