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Deaf Athletes

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Meliame White

on 14 November 2012

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Transcript of Deaf Athletes

Deaf Athletes Sarah Bachus Necessities Hall of Fame

Atlantic 10 win percentage

Assisted Xavier to there first trip ever to the NCAA tournament Necessities Con't 2009 Deaflympics hosted by China Visual Aids

Lip Reading

Hand Signals The lack of being able to hear causes anyone, but athletes especially, to learn how to communicate with teammates and coaches in ways other than through verbal communication. Many deaf athletes rely on visual aids, hand signals, and especially lip-reading. Deaf athletes have to pay a little more attention to their surroundings than athletes without hearing impairments.
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