Rory McIlroy Wins 2011 US Open With Great, Historic, Surreal Golf

Rory McIlroy Wins 2011 US Open With Great, Historic, Surreal Golf

Greek Government Confirms Lack of Support for Athens 2013

Athens, GRE – Four years after being awarded the right to host the 2013 Deaflympics, the Greek government has formally confirmed that it will not provide financial support for the games. The International Committee of Sports for the Deaf will now consider alternatives to Greece…

Rory McIlroy Wins 2011 US Open With Great, Historic, Surreal Golf

Rory McIlroy Wins 2011 US Open With Great, Historic, Surreal Golf

Rory McIlroy Wins 2011 US Open With Great, Historic, Surreal Golf

Greek Government Confirms Lack of Support for Athens 2013

Greek Government Confirms Lack of Support for Athens 2013

Athens, GRE – Four years after being awarded the right to host the 2013 Deaflympics, the Greek government has formally confirmed that it will not provide financial support for the games. The International Committee of Sports for the Deaf will now consider alternatives to Greece…

ADG-2012 BULLETIN

ADG-2012 BULLETIN

Welcome to our November edition of the Games bulletin. We have so much to tell and Update you with the Games Program. It is exciting and we are in Geelong, one of the most popular holiday destinations in Australia. As of early November, we have…

Gavin Balharrie appointed Chief De Mission of Australian Deaf Team for 2012 Asia Pacific Deaf Games Seoul, South Korea

Gavin Balharrie appointed Chief De Mission of Australian Deaf Team for 2012 Asia Pacific Deaf Games Seoul, South Korea

Gavin Balharrie appointed Chief De Mission of Australian Deaf Team for 2012 Asia Pacific Deaf Games Seoul, South Korea

Possible changes to starting procedures for deaf

Possible changes to starting procedures for deaf

A BREAKTHROUGH legal challenge involving a deaf Queensland junior sprinter could eventually lead to radical changes to starting procedures at Olympic Games level.

World No.1 Martin Kaymer is looking to set three years of Masters

World No.1 Martin Kaymer is looking to set three years of Masters

AUGUSTA, Georgia — United States: World No.1 Martin Kaymer is looking to set three years of Masters Unhappiness after him at Augusta National this week, but if you are looking for a champion he says, seek elsewhere.