deafsportsaust2021-08-12T18:27:38+10:00July 30th, 2021|Comments Off on Three deaf women benefit from Women Leaders in Sports Program by Sport Australia
Hannah Britton, Melissa Hale and Lauren Townsend were selected amongst other women, by Sport Australia, to attend a Women Leaders in Sport (WLIS) Program. All three women have and are involved in deaf sports.
deafsportsaust2021-07-30T15:51:09+10:00July 22nd, 2021|Comments Off on 2032 Brisbane Games offers great opportunities for people with a disability
The Australian Sporting Alliance for People with a Disability (ASAPD) has welcomed the historic announcement overnight by the International Olympic Committee that Brisbane, South East Queensland has been awarded the hosting rights of the
deafsportsaust2021-02-17T18:50:50+10:00February 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
deafsportsaust2021-06-30T17:24:50+10:00January 25th, 2021|Comments Off on 2022 Deaflympics Brazil: An official announcement from Deaf Sports Australia Board
The following information detailing risk assessment on whether to send an Australian team to Brazil Deaflympics in May 2022 assisted the DSA Board with making a unanimous decision. It is with regret that the DSA