Help our Athletes win Gold at the Deaflympics and Games

USA Deaf Sports Federation is the official governing body of the United States’ representation in the Deaflympic Games. For over 70 years, USADSF has produced national champions, international record-breakers and hundreds of Deaflympic medalists.

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.

We need your support to send our athletes to international competitions, and take training and coaching to the next level. Help us develop the next generation of deaf and hard of hearing athletes. Please consider a donation or sponsorship to help our athletes represent the United States of America at the highest level.

Together we win.

LAUREN WEIBERT

SNOWBOARDING



I’ve been in many local and national competitions, but the 2015 Deaflympics in Russia was my first time competing against deaf peers. The Deaflympics is such a positive and enriching experience, especially if you come from a place where you're one of the very few deaf people in your community.

Recent News

November 1, 2018

USA Deaf Sports Federation joins #GivingTuesday to raise support for our athletes!

Pledges to support USADSF General Fund and the United States Deaflympic Team. SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO – Once again, USA Deaf Sports Federation (USADSF) has joined […]
October 31, 2018

Howard Gorrell Awarded the Medal of Lifetime Achievement

On September 29, 2018, the President of the Turkish Deaf Sports Federation and current Board Member of the International Committee of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD), Yakup […]
October 22, 2018

2017 USADSF Award Recipients

The Board of USA Deaf Sports Federation (USADSF) congratulates the USADSF Award recipients for the year 2017. These four awards recognize the outstanding achievements of individuals […]
October 12, 2018

In Memoriam: Tammy Marcinuk

The Deaf Sports world has lost a legend as Tamara “Tammy” Petra Marcinuk, from Fitchburg, MA, died on Saturday, September 29, 2018 at home. Tammy, 69, was […]

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Deaflympic Medal Counts

EventGSBTOTAL
2017 Summer Deaflympic Games Samsun, Turkey 4 3 8 15
2015 Winter Deaflympic Games Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia 3 3 2 8
2013 Summer Deaflympic Games Sofia, Bulgaria 9 8 12 29



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