Australian Deaf Games draw to an end

Photo Credit: Deaf Sports Australia.

The 2018 Australian Deaf Games have drawn to a close last month at the Closing Ceremony at the Cube in Wodonga where MC's, Marnie Kerridge and Albury Wodonga local, Will Taffe entertained the crowd. Victoria narrowly lost the JML Cup to NSW who claimed the cup after 15 years. It was announced that the 2022 Australian Deaf Games would again be held in regional NSW with the exact city to be announced at a later date.

Throughout the games, Hands to Communicate provided daily highlights of the games as well as interviews and stories of athletes and Deaf community members. You can watch all the highlights below:

Day One Highlights:

Day Two Highlights: (Click here)
Day Three Highlights: (Click here)
Day Four Highlights: (Click here)
Day Five Highlights: (Click here)
Day Six Highlights: (Click here)
Day Seven Highlights: (Click here)
Day Eight Highlights: (Click here)

Also to view photos from the games, click here to go to the official Australian Deaf Games Facebook page to access all the amazing photos that were captured.

Vicdeaf are proud to have supported this fantastic and iconic Australian sporting event and would like to thank all involved in making this event happen.



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