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This guide offers a background of sports in deaf history, particularly with respect to international competition.
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Statue history

A compilation of all official results for the first (1949) through tenth (1983) winter games are on pages 79-86 of Handbook, 1975-1985: Comité International des Sports des Sourds = International Committee of Sports for the Deaf. [Mortdale, NSW, Australia: Printed by Carruthers Printing Service], 1985. (DEAF 796.06 L6c 1985).

There are also the following reported results for individual Games:

  • World Winter Games for the Deaf
    1. 1st (1949: Seefeld, Austria): Annuaire=Handbook: Comité International des Sports Silencieux=International Committee of the Silent Sports, 1959-1966. [s.l., s.n.], 1967. (DEAF 796.06 C6a 1959/66). Pages 147-149 [gold medal winners only].
    2. 2nd (1953: Oslo, Norway): Annuaire=Handbook: Comité International des Sports Silencieux=International Committee of the Silent Sports, 1959-1966. [s.l., s.n.], 1967. (DEAF 796.06 C6a 1959/66). Pages 147-149 [gold medal winners only].
    3. 3rd (1957: Oberammergau, Germany): Annuaire=Handbook: Comité International des Sports Silencieux=International Committee of the Silent Sports, 1959-1966. [s.l., s.n.], 1967. (DEAF 796.06 C6a 1959/66). Pages 147-149 [gold medal winners only].
    4. 4th (1959: Montana, Switzerland): Annuaire=Handbook: Comité International des Sports Silencieux=International Committee of the Silent Sports, 1959-1966. [s.l., s.n.], 1967. (DEAF 796.06 C6a 1959/66). Pages 147-149 [gold medal winners only].
    5. 5th (1963: Åre, Sweden): Annuaire=Handbook: Comité International des Sports Silencieux=International Committee of the Silent Sports, 1959-1966. [s.l., s.n.], 1967. (DEAF 796.06 C6a 1959/66). Pages 147-149 [gold medal winners only].
    6. 6th (1967: Berchtesgaden, Germany): Deaf American, vol.19 no.7, March 1967, p.27-28.
    7. 7th (1971: Adelboden, Switzerland): VIIth World Winter-Games for the Deaf in Adelboden, Switzerland. [Switzerland?: s.n., 1971?] (DEAF 796.98 W67s 1971; Copy 1 only).
    8. 8th (1975: Lake Placid, New York): Competition results: CISS/VIII World Winter Games for the Deaf, Lake Placid, New York USA 2-8 February 1975. Lake Placid, NY: s.n., 1975. (DEAF 796.98 W67c 1975; Copy 1 only).
    9. 9th (1979: Meribel, France): Deaf American, vol.31 no.7, March 1979, p.27-31. Also: "Final results", photocopy in "World Winter Games for the Deaf, 1979" folder in Deaf Subject File, Gallaudet University Archives.
    10. 10th (1983: Madonna di Campiglio, Italy): Deaf American, vol.35 no.7, 1983, p.38-39.
    11. 11th (1987: Oslo, Norway): (USA results only) Fact book 1985-1987. [s.l., s.n.:] 1987. (DEAF 796.48 A4 1985/1987; Copy 1 only).
    12. 12th (1991: Banff, Alberta, Canada): Deaf USA, vol.5 no.42, may 1991, p.1, 9-10.
    13. 13th (1995: Rovaniemi, Finland): Deaf sports review, vol.5 no.1, Winter 1996, p.20-21.
    14. 14th (1999: Davos, Switzerland): DeafNation, vol.4 no.7, April 1999, p.22, 25.
  • Winter Deaflympics
    1. 15th (2003: Sundsvall, Sweden)
    2. 16th (2007: Salt Lake City, Utah, USA)
    3. 17th (2011: Vysoke Tatry, Slovakia) -- Canceled

 

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Prepared by Tom Harrington
Reference and Instruction Librarian
June, 2002

Updated by James McCarthy
Instruction & Reference Librarian
July 2012

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