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James Clarke: The long road to 100 medals

BDN salutes James Clarke on his achievement of collecting 100 medals from finishing 100 races. James Clarke, who has Usher syndrome, woke up on New...
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Esah victorious

Deaf tennis golden boy Esah Hayat won his first senior singles title as part of a hat-trick of wins at the recent National Championships....
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Mixed fortunes for GB Deaf cyclists

A report from the European Deaf Cycling Championships held in Belgium in August. The 8th European Deaf Cycling Championships were held between August 14-20 in...
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Lydia scoops Ladies crown at World Deaf Golf Championships

Kevin Whalley, the President and Team Manager of England Deaf Golf, reports on a very successful tournament in Denmark for the English team. The 11th...
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First ever British Deaf swimmer conquers the English Channel

Former Great Britain Deaf swimmer Andrew Rees recently became the first Deaf British swimmer to successfully complete a solo English Channel swim. Mr Rees, from...
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Turkey and USA take top honours at 3rd World Deaf Football Championships

The Women’s and Men’s National Teams of Great Britain participated in the World Deaf Football Championships 2016 held in Italy between 19th June and...
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Great Britain win six medals at European Deaf Tennis Championships

Great Britain players completed the 13th European Deaf Tennis Championships with a tremendous haul of six medals between 4-11 June 2016 in Portoroz, Slovenia, claiming one...
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Sunderland Deaf win football league cup

Sunderland Deaf AFC recently beat Reading 3-0 in Nottingham to win the England Deaf Football League Cup, adding it to the England Deaf Football...
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Celebrating 145 years of Deaf football in Glasgow

Glasgow Deaf Athletic Football Club, the oldest surviving deaf football club in the world and the only one left in Scotland, celebrated 145 years...