About USADSF

United States of America Deaf Sports Federation, USADSF, was formerly known as American Athletic Union of the Deaf, AAUD, which was established in 1945. Primary focus are to regulate uniform rules of competition for affiliated national sport organizations, facilitate the participation of US teams in international competition, and to promote human rights and equity through sports.

Together We Win

Funding our athletes and the cost of competition is our greatest barrier to winning Gold. The burden of fundraising has had to be shouldered by our deaf and hard of hearing athletes and coaches, and oftentimes athletes pay out of pocket upwards of $5,000 to compete. Your support would help send our athletes to international competitions, and take training and coaching to the next level.
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USADSF Spotlight with Noah - US Deaf National Badminton athlete, Ria Balwalli

30 Jun 2020
At 15 years old, Ria participated in her first international badminton championship event and now is in training for the 2021 Summer Deaflympics in Brazil! We are rooting for you, Ria!
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USADSF Spotlight with Noah - US Deaflympian, Elijah Gold

23 Jun 2020
Let's take a look at how Elijah developed both soccer and hockey skills right in his backyard while growing up!
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USADSF Spotlight with Noah - US Deaflympian, Reed Gershwind

17 Jun 2020
Today's interview is with Deaflympian Reed Gershwind, a dual sport athlete of the US Deaf Water Polo and US Deaf Swim Teams. Having won an astonishing 30 medals, Gershwind is the most decorated medal winner in USA Deaf Sports Federation history. Enjoy watching this legend's story!
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USADSF Weekly Update 6-10-2020

10 Jun 2020
Special Announcement: An update on our 75th virtual Anniversary celebration

Upcoming events

01 Oct 2020
PanAmerican Deaf Basketball Championships
Montreal CAN
01 Oct 2020
PanAmerican Deaf Tennis Tournament
Montreal CAN
27 Oct 2020
World Deaf Judo Championships
Versailles FRA
02 Nov 2020
World Deaf Football Championships
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