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Keep up with the 2009 Deaflympics online

SH Line Producer | 13:20 UK time, Wednesday, 2 September 2009

This September, 80 British Deaf athletes are competing in Taipei, the venue of the 21st summer Deaflympics. They're all hoping to bring back gold - and you can keep up with their progress online!

Regular news updates from UK Deaf Sport can be found here: http://www.ukdeafsport.org.uk/

You can see regular video reports on the BSLBT website http://www.bslbt.co.uk/sports/ and on SignTube: http://www.sign-tube.com/

If you're a user of Twitter, why not follow the official UK Deaf Sport feed: @deafsport

If you're interested in other countries beside Great Britain, you can check out the official Deaflympics website: http://2009deaflympics.org/

There are lots of potential success stories this year. Will Rajeev Bagga win his sixth individual badminton gold? Will Andrew Yick take Gold in the TaeKwonDo? Will GB Men and Women's Football be triumphant?

All those questions and more will be answered from the 5th of September to the 15th of September in Taipei. We can't wait to see the drama unfold.


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