Emily Massengale (1500m), Molly Likins (50 breast) and Carli Cronk (200 fly) each won silver medals, while Likin set an American Deaf Record on WDSC Day 3.
Collin Davis smashed the American Deaf Record in the 800 free, while Emily Massengale earned a silver medal in the 200 back at the World Deaf Championships.
Molly Likins smashed the 200 breaststroke American Deaf Record in the 200 breast, while Emily Massengale earned the bronze medal in the 400 freestyle.
Matthew Klotz has 3 World Record-breaking swims this weekend at the LSU State meet.
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Matthew Klotz, a rising senior at LSU, has re-broken his own Deaf Swimming World Record in the 50 free; he currently holds 4 World Records.
USA Deaf Swimming is pleased to announce the selection of athletes for the 2019 World Deaf Swimming Championships, set to be held in Sao Paulo, Brazil on August 25-31, 2019.
USA Deaf Swimming is pleased to announce the selection of Brad Robbins as Head Coach and Chris Daly as Assistant Coach for the 2019 World Deaf Swimming Championships.
At the 2019 SEC Championships 2 weeks ago, LSU junior Matthew Klotz broke 2 American Deaf Records. First, on a 200…
USA Deaf Swimming is seeking Deaf athletes interested in representing Team USA at the 2019 World Deaf Swimming Championships in…
Klotz became the first registered USA Deaf Swimming athlete under 20 seconds in the 50 yard free on Wednesday morning in College Station.
Matthew Klotz broke Deaf Swimming World Records in the 50 backstroke and freestyle.
Congratulations go to Kaylin Yost and Matthew Klotz as they are named USA Deaf Sports Federation’s Sportswoman and Sportsman of 2017.
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