Under Section XIII (b) of the Rules & Regulations of All India Sports Council of the Deaf, notice is hereby given that the 4rd Meeting of the Executive Board (2015-2019) of All India Sports Council of the Deaf will be held at Sports complex, Ranchi, Jhardhand on Aug 16 - 18,2017 …More
The Indian Deaflympics contingent, comprising of 46 athletes, were returning home after winning five medals, including a gold (wrestler Vijender Singh), at the Games held in Turkey
India’s No. 1 deaf tennis player, 23-year-old Prithvi Sekhar. The Chennai-lad etched his name in history books when he secured a mixed doubles bronze medal at the recently concluded World Deaflympics held in Turkey.
Diksha Dagar might not be able to hear the sound when her golf club hits the ball, but striking hole-in-one lights up her face like nothing else. At the age of 16, the Indian golfer has made the country proud by winning a silver medal at the ongoing Deaflympics (Deaf Olympics; on till July 30) in Turkey.
Indian wrestlers won a gold and two bronze medals in the ongoing 23rd Summer Deaflympics at Samsun in Turkey. Virender Singh clinched the gold in 74kg freestyle event as he beat Chakvetadze S (Georgia) by 18-9 points in the final bout.
Turkey is the center of attention from across the world for the deaf community. Samsun was given the chance to show the world what they could deliver.
Rajasthan defeated Karnataka by two wickets in the final of the 3rd National T20 Cricket Championship of the Deaf organized by West Bengal Sports Association for Deaf (WBSAD) today.
The championship was organised for the first time in the region. The event was completed successfully in 5 days in four grounds with 16 matches taking place.
We are glad to inform you that the 21st National Games of the deaf is scheduled to held at Jawahar lal nehr stadium, chennai on March 28 to 31, 2017 with the Tamil nadu sports council of the deaf, Chennai as the Hosts This National Games is open to select India Probabe in the coming XXII Summer Deaflympics, samsun, Turkey on July 2017 …More
Under Section XIII (b) of the Rules & Regulations of All India Sports Council of the Deaf, notice is hereby given that the 3rd Meeting of the Executive Board (2015-2019) of All India Sports Council of the Deaf will be held at Trust Plaze II Auditorium, Tirur, Malappuram in Kerala on Feb 21 - 25,2017 …More
A fast-growing major Black Sea port city with population already over half a million, Samsun has two universities, several hospitals, shopping malls, manufacturing industry and an opera. It also boasts of having numerous sports facilities. The city was a recent host of the 6th Para-Taekwondo World Championship, followed by World Taekwondo Grand Prix series 2. …More
As a policy matter of the all india sports council of the deaf toganize natioanal in as many disciplines of sports and games, as is possible , the kerala sports council of the deaf, thiruvananthapuram has agreed to host the XIX NATIONAL CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE DEAF,Trust Plaza II Auditorium, Tirur, Malappuram District, Kerala State from February 21 to 25, 2017 …More
III National T20 Cricket Championship of the deaf is scheduled to be held a Maida Area ground, Kolkata, West Bengal on Februar, 05-11, 2017 the West Bengal Sports Association of the deaf, Kolkata has agreed to host the Championship …More
South Zonal T20 Cricket championship of the deaf is scheduled ad to be held at PSG Medicial College Cricket Grounds, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu …More
Priyesha, 23, won bronze in the 10m air rifle category at the 1st World Deaf Shooting Championships held in Kazan. It wasn't just the maiden international participation for Priyesha, but it was also the first time the Pune girl had gone to a foreign land. …More
The 2016 ICSD World Deaf Volleyball Championship will be held July 6 to 15, 2016 in Washington, D.C., U.S.A. This tournament for men and women will be hosted by USA Deaf Volleyball, a sport committee of the USA Deaf Sports Federation. It is widely viewed as a tuneup for the 23rd Deaflympics, which will be held July 18-30, 2017 in Samsun, Turkey. …More
Ullas Naik, 24, never allowed his deafness to come between him and the sport he loved - table tennis. Today, Ullas is all set to represent the country at the World Deaf Table Tennis Championship in Turkey, scheduled to be held from July 18 to 24, the only South Indian representative in the three-member national team. …More
4th National Junior & Sub Junior Games of the Deaf, Jharhand, Nov 7th to 11th 2016 …More
AISCD'S INDIAN DEAF BADMINTON ON 4TH ASIA PACIFIC DEAF BADMINTON CHAMPIONSHIP FROM 6 TO 14 NOVEMBER, 2014. INDIAN DEAF WOMEN BADMINTON GOT BRONZE MEDAL IN DOUBLE WOMEN. AISCD'S VERY CONGRATULATIONS TO MS. GAURAVI WAMBURKAR AND MS. JOYASHREE SARKAR. …More