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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deaf_people_in_the_Olympics

The table below shows Deaf athletes known to have competed in the Olympics. All either competed at the Deaflympics, or would have ...

www.ai-media.tv/10-professional-deaf-athletes

Jan 8, 2016 ... Let's have a recap on 10 deaf sports stars that went professional and ... a five- time All-WNBA selection and is famous for recording the first ever ...

www.ranker.com/list/athletes-who-are-deaf/people-in-sports

Who is the most famous deaf athlete? Matt Hamill tops our list. MMA fighter Matt Hamill has been deaf since birth. He was the subject of the 2010 movie entitled ...

www.deafwebsites.com/people/deaf-athletes.html

Many deaf people participate in deaf athletic competitions and some even play in the Olympic Games. The following are some of the most famous deaf athletes ...

limpingchicken.com/2014/02/04/15-inspirational-deaf-sports-people

Feb 4, 2014 ... On Sunday, Derrick Coleman became the first deaf American Footballer to win the SuperBowl. ... by fans from Grays Athletic while he was playing for Potters Bar Town, .... Tagged: deaf sports, deaf stars, famous deaf people.

www.hearinglikeme.com/4-deaf-nfl-players-you-probably-didnt-know-about

Feb 5, 2016 ... Derrick Coleman may be the most well-known deaf athlete in the NFL, but ... Brown's famous coach, Vince Lombardi, reportedly first noticed the ...

www.deaflympics.com/athletes.asp

The Deaflympics (previously called World Games for the Deaf, and ... Olympic Committee (IOC)-sanctioned event at which deaf athletes compete at an elite level.

www.audicus.com/9-olympic-athletes-who-beat-hearing-loss

Oct 8, 2014 ... Audicus highlights nine olympic athletes with hearing loss who still ... Float was the first deaf swimmer to win a gold medal when the U.S. won ...

hearinghealthmatters.org/hearinginternational/2014/deaf-superbowl

Jan 7, 2014 ... The story of American Football and Deaf players. Bonnie Sloan, Kenny Walker and now Seattle Seahawks Fullback Derrick Coleman.

www.usadtf.org/about/hall-of-fame

The driving force behind the organizing of DAFUS (USADTF) which gave deaf athletes a national program. A member of Gallaudet University Hall of Fame.