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American deaf athletes have been winning medals at the Deaflympics since 1935. Through the years, US athletes have broken countless national and world records and set new ones that still stand.

The USA Deaf Track and Field (USADTF) was established in 1986 to provide a central governing body for the nation’s multitude of deaf track and field athletes. Through elite summer clinics and local, regional and national competitions, the USADTF has bolstered the level of competition to where the USA is among the strongest contenders of the global Deaf Athletics community

Track & Field News

April 2, 2012

Mariah Ransom Breaks Her Own Records

Once again, Mariah continues breaking her own Gallaudet University records in both events in the hurdles.
March 26, 2012

Leslye Kang and Mariah Ransom break Deaf American and Gallaudet University records respectively

Leslye and Mariah dominate at Dr. Harry GM Jopson Invite at Bridgewater, VA and broke the Deaf American and Gallaudet University records respectively.
November 21, 2011

LaFave breaks personal and school record in 6,000m Cross Country run

USADTF athlete Erin LaFave continues to break her personal school record in the 6,000m, finishing 96th out of 277, at the NCAA Cross Country Championships.
September 12, 2011

LaFave wins Brockport Invitational, named Athlete of the Week

USADTF Athlete Erin LaFave made headlines as she won the Brockport Invitational as a member of the RIT Cross Country team, helping her team finish second.

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Contact Person: Thomas Withrow

Email: info@usadtf.org

Website: www.usadtf.org

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