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DeafDigest Sports – July 14, 2018

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— attention: for interested football coaches

— random deafsports thoughts

— college deaf rower

— elite deaf billiards player

— U-21 updates

Deaf Sports Collections update
— only Gallaudet athlete to play in a big league game
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/number-one-deaf-basketball-player-up-to-1950/

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for interested football coaches

Gallaudet University (D-III – Washington, DC):* Gallaudet University
has an opening for a Part-Time Defensive Line Coach. 

This position is strictly Part-Time and includes a stipend for the season.

American Sign Language skills are highly desirable or a willingness to
learn within a reasonable time.

Interested candidates should send an email with a cover letter &
resume to stephon.healey@gallaudet.edu

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U-21 updates

10am ET – CAN vs. ISR (M – 7th/8th Place)
12pm ET – UKR vs. LTU (M – 5th/6th Place)
2pm ET – ESP vs. POL (M – 3rd/4th Place)

4pm ET – USA vs. JPN (W – Finals)
6pm ET – USA vs. JPN (M – Finals) 

CAN 67:77 UKR (Men Loser’s Semifinals)
LTU 61:58 ISR (Men Loser’s Semifinals)
ITA 55:48 TUR (Women 3rd/4th Place)
USA 78:73 ESP (Men Semifinals)
JPN 91:66 POL (Men Semifinals)

Ukraine 45:88 Spain (Men Quarterfinals)
Israel 44:81 Poland  (Men Quarterfinals)

AUS 56:65 GRE (Men 9th/10th Place)
USA 78:18 ITA (Women Semifinals)
JPN 75:53 TUR (Women Semifinals)
USA 126:23 CAN (Men Quarterfinals)
LTU 58:85 JPN (Men Quarterfinals)
UKR 45:88 ESP (Men Quarterfinals)
ISR 44:81 POL (Men Quarterfinals)

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random deafsports thoughts

A deaf basketball fan said:

I attended last night’s two semi-final games -  interesting -
I was able to identify less then a dozen people that I know or
am familiar with; different breed of spectators;  seems most
were players (more players than fans). I plan on attending the
two finals today

note:
It was much different years ago, these different breed of
spectators.

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deaf equestrian

Jamie Barge Can’t Believe She’s On The Road To The WEG

In this series, the Chronicle follows multiple riders as they seek to
fulfill their FEI World Equestrian Games dreams in Tryon, North Carolina,
in 2018. We’ll check in with them in the coming months as they pursue a
team spot to see how they’re getting their horses ready and preparing
mentally.

Jamie Barge, of Malibu, California, is now based in Europe for the summer.
Barge and Luebbo, her top mount, went to Paris where they competed in
their second Longines FEI World Cup Finals in April, finishing 16th. After
competing on the Nations Cup team in Langley, British Columbia, and
helping Team USA earn an invitation to compete at the Longines FEI Nations
Cup Final (Spain), Barge headed back to Europe with Luebbo and two other
mounts from her Team KylieCo: Zirocco Royal, and Fioretti S. Their first
stop on the tour was at Sopot, Poland

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college rower

Kelin McCloskey

junior

women’s rowing team

Washington College (Maryland)

a novice stroker, not on the first team

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elite deaf billiards player

Shane Van Boening

pro billiards

South Dakota

he is currently number 1 in the US rankings
published by the UPA Tour
 

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