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Deaf Famous Athletes – A Review Of Deaf Athletes – A Celebration Of Their Courage By Joe Barry


Deaf Famous Athletes

Deaf Famous Athletes: The Ultimate List of Athletes Who Love to Read is a book by James Rolfe about how the deaf are making it big in sports. This book gives an inside look into what it takes to be a good athlete for the deaf.

Reason Of Writing The Book

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This is an important reason why this book is so well written. There are so many talented athletes with the deaf but many are not given the chance to succeed. I had been looking for a book like this for quite some time. I have tried a few others but none are as comprehensive as this one. I am very thankful for this book.

Most of the athletes in this book were extremely competitive and showed a lot of emotion while winning. Some of the stories that are told are inspiring and give hope to those who are on the autism spectrum.

There are also stories about how they overcame their disability and went on to do great things in life. There are also some stories about athletes who were diagnosed with autism or other developmental disorders and how they made it in the world of sports. They are also given some advice on how to overcome such situations. I especially appreciated how they are encouraged to pursue an athletic career after their disabilities. It shows a positive attitude and a desire to excel at anything they set their mind to.

Another thing I liked about this book contains an inside look into what it takes to be an Olympic caliber athlete for the deaf. These athletes go through a rigorous training program just like any athlete who would be competing in the Olympics. I was surprised to find that they were more determined to be successful in athletics for the deaf and were willing to work hard.

The Famous Athletes Listed In The Book

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The athletes listed in the book include Olympic champions, world class swimmers, boxers, gymnasts, runners, cyclists, wrestlers, cyclists, tennis players in track and field, wrestlers,and even baseball pitchers. There are also some non-athletes like the disabled athlete who is in the wheelchair basketball league and the disabled athlete in the hockey league. There are also some stories about how some of these athletes came out of their disabilities and became great athletes. As you will read more, you will see that there are many athletes in sports that made it on their own after being diagnosed with a disability.

There are many different disabilities and many athletes in the world with different disabilities. This book gave me hope because there are so many athletes to look up to.

Final Words

There are so many disabled people and athletes on the autism spectrum who are doing amazing things and it makes it easier for me to write this review about the book. Just think of how far you can go if you really want to make it on your own. It’s not impossible. You can even write a book about your own situation. You can be an author!

I liked the way this book gives hope to those who have been diagnosed with disabilities. I am not sure how many of the athletes in this book can actually hear, but it is a good thing that they know there is hope out there. When I first read the book, I was skeptical about reading it, but now I’m glad I did. I wish there were more stories of these amazing athletes, but it may be too personal for some readers.

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