A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the International Committee of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD) was signed on 8 March at the IOC headquarters in Lausanne.
Recently Deaf Sports New Zealand hosted a weekend workshop in Lower Hutt for their Associate Members. It was a well attended workshop with delegates from Northern Zone, Central Zone and Southern Zone in attendance, as well as our National Deaf Sports Associations, NZ Deaf 8 Ball Pool, NZ Deaf Football, NZ Deaf Lawn Bowls, and NZ Deaf Basketball. The Deaf Sports New Zealand Executive Board was also there to participate in the workshop. This was a fantastic opportunity for Deaf Sports New Zealand to explain some proposed changes to the constitution. The current Deaf Sports New Zealand Constitution is out […]
For the first time ever, TV ONE brings you America’s largest sporting event free-to-air! And Able brings you captions! The NFL championship game, Super Bowl 50, celebrates a massive 50 years of the Super Bowl franchise. The Golden Anniversary game will take place at the home of the San Francisco 49ers in the Golden State of California. The National Football Conference (NFC) champion, Carolina Panthers, will play the American Football Conference (AFC) champion, Denver Broncos, to decide the league champion for the 2015 NFL season. Joining in on the action, Coldplay will storm the Super Bowl stage in the highly […]
With the selection process complete for the New Zealand Waka Ama Elite teams their build up and preparations for the inaugural Waka Ama Elite Worlds event can be turned up a notch. Te Kāea takes a closer look at the Women’s team. Despite a hearing impairment, Vesna Radonich has won 5 W1 open golds. She took some time off to have her baby but she’s now back and looking to return to the top of Waka Ama. Kiwi Campbell has been another top NZ paddler for years, she has collected more than 20 golds over the years with her team […]