Sites dedicated to organizations and clubs which support sports for deaf individuals are listed in this category.
Career and achievements of William Ellsworth 'Dummy' Hoy (1862-1961), the first deaf Major League baseball player.
Provincial activities, event calendar, youth camps, programs, and administration information for this organization that oversees hearing-impaired sports in Alberta, Canada.
Information about national and international competitions for the deaf, the federation's organization, and national and states sports contacts.
Administration information as well as provincial and sports-specific contacts for this organization which oversees deaf sports in Canada.
This organization administers the World Games for the Deaf, and provides historical information on the development of sports for the deaf, as well as regional contacts.
Provides training and athletic competition in a variety of sports to deaf and hard of hearing people.
Organizes European championships and qualifying competitions. News, history, meetings, championships, entry forms and statistics.
Contains club, contact and tournament information for the Midwestern United States.
History, board members and events.
Member information, bylaws, teams, leagues, and photographs from this club in Ontario, Canada.
Provides support, education, and awareness for deaf cyclists. Features such items as an events calendar, membership information, photo gallery, and affiliated cycling club listing.
News, competition schedules, referee training program, organizational history, and officers' directory along with by-laws and constitution.
Event and trip calendars, convention news, and contacts for this organization that manages selection for the US Deaf Alpine Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing and Snowboarding teams.
History, directory, event calendar, committees and links to sports-specific organizations.
Organization information, including a hall of fame, elite training programs and contacts, records and links to deaf sports-related sites.
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