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2022 Hall of Fame nomination - OPEN

2022 Sep 15
The USADFS is currently accepting HOF nominations until September 22, 2022. To learn more about the selection criteria and to download the nomination form, please visit http://usdeafsports.org/hall-of-fame.
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Introduction to Orienteering

2022 Sep 07
Come and Try Orienteering for FREE! Direct instruction in ASL provided. Registration is OPEN now for this Saturday in Rockville, Maryland. Click on title for more information and to register.
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Hall of Fame - Nominations now OPEN

2022 Aug 25
The Hall of Fame award is to honor those who have displayed exceptional performance or service to the deaf in the world of sports as athletes and leaders. Deadline to submit nominations is September 22.
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USA Deaf Sports Federation NSO Representative Nomination Announcement

2022 Aug 25
Actively seeking TWO NSO Representatives, representing our National Deaf Sports Leaders on the USADSF Board. Our outgoing NSO representative, Stacy Nowak describes the responsibilities of a NSO Representative. Deadline for Nominations is this Monday, August 29.
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USADSF Press Release - New President - Mr. Jeffrey Mansfield

2022 Jul 14
Exciting changes come to USADSF as Board members elect Jeffrey Mansfield as the next USADSF Board President, with much appreciation to outgoing President Danny Lacey for his services during his term.
Nina Cutro-Kelly waves to the crowd after winning Gold in the Women's +78kg Judo at the 24th Summer Deaflympics

Team USA Celebrates its Medals and Wins on the Fourth Day of the Deaflympics

2022 May 07
CAXIAS DO SUL, BRAZIL — The fourth day of the Deaflympics was full of wins and medals for the United States. For the first time in American history, the United States was represented in Judo. International level Judoka Nina Cutro-Kelly made her Deaflympic debut in the +78kg category, and captured the hearts of American fans who showed up to cheer her on.
Carli Cronk swims during a preliminary heat of the Women's 200M Individual Medley in Caxias do Sul, Brazil on May 2, 2022.

Team USA Wins 5 Medals on the First Day of Competition

2022 May 03
CAXIAS DO SUL, BRAZIL — In the first full day of competition, Team USA swimmer Carli Cronk won her heat in the Women’s 200m Individual Medley preliminary two separate times after the officials’ timers malfunctioned during the first heat. Competing in the finals later in the day, she exhibited mental toughness despite having to swim twice earlier in the morning, and went on to win her first-ever Deaflympic Gold in record-breaking fashion.
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24th Summer Deaflympics Declared Open

2022 May 02
CAXIAS DO SUL, BRAZIL — Speaking in front of a raucous crowd at the Centro Esportivo SESI, Gustavo Perazzolo, the President of the International Committee of Sports for the Deaf signed, in International Sign, the long awaited words: “I declare the 24th Summer Deaflympics open!”
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USA Wins Gold in Banff

2022 Mar 31
The USA Deaf Curling Men Team won over the undefeated Ukrainian team to win their first-ever gold in Banff, Canada.
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