Comitê Internacional de Esportes para Surdos

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O Comitê Internacional de Esportes para Surdos é o órgão máximo que organiza eventos desportivos internacionais para os deficientes auditivos, particularmente a Surdolimpíadas (anteriormente chamado de Jogos Mundiais para Surdos). É também chamado de Comitê Internacional de Esportes para os Surdos.

A organização foi fundada em Paris por Eugène-Alcais Rubens, que organizou o primeiro "International Silent Games", em 1924. Rubens foi o presidente da Federação Francesa de Esportes para Surdos. CISS, agora também chamado de ICSD, está atualmente com sede no estado de Maryland, nos Estados Unidos.

Events[editar | editar código-fonte]

Deaflympics[editar | editar código-fonte]

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The Deaflympics (previously called World Games for the Deaf, and International Games for the Deaf) are an International Olympic Committee (IOC)-sanctioned event at which deaf athletes compete at an elite level.

Youth Deaflympics[editar | editar código-fonte]

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World Deaf Championships[editar | editar código-fonte]

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The World Deaf Championships is an international sports competition for deaf athletes. The International Committee of Sports for the Deaf (ICSD) is the main governing body responsible for the organization of Deaflympics and other World Deaf Championships.

Number Event First Edition Last Edition
Main Sports
1 World Deaf Athletics Championship 2008 3rd (2016)
2 World Deaf Swimming Championship 1995 4th (2015)
3 World Deaf Cycling Championship 1968 13th (2011)
4 World Deaf Shooting Championship 2016 1st (2016)
Combat Sports
5 World Deaf Martial Arts Championship 1979 15th (2016)
6 World Deaf Wrestling Championship 2004 5th (2018)
7 World Deaf Sambo Championship 2018 1st (2018)
Team Sports
8 World Deaf Basketball Championship 2002 4th (2015)
9 World Deaf Beach Volleyball Championship 2012 2nd (2016)
10 World Deaf Football Championships 2008 3rd (2016)
11 World Deaf Futsal Championships 1996 4th (2015)
12 World Deaf Handball Championship 2014 1st (2014)
13 World Deaf Volleyball Championship 2008 3rd (2016)
Winter Sports
14 World Deaf Alpine Skiing Championship 2013 1st (2013)
15 World Deaf Cross Country Skiing Championship 2013 1st (2013)
16 World Deaf Ice Hockey Championship 2009 3rd (2017)
17 World Deaf Curling Championship 2009 3rd (2017)
18 World Deaf Snowboard Championship 2013 1st (2013)
Other Sports
19 World Deaf Badminton Championship 2003 4th (2015)
20 World Deaf Bowling Championship 2003 3rd (2015)
21 World Deaf Golf Championship 1995 11th (2016)
22 World Deaf Orienteering Championship 2006 3rd (2015)
23 World Deaf Table Tennis Championship 2008 3rd (2016)
24 World Deaf Tennis Championship 1974 13th (2015)
25 World Deaf Sailing Championship 2018 1st (2018)

European Deaf Championships[editar | editar código-fonte]

Ver artigo principal: European Deaf Championships

The European Deaf Championships is an international sports competition for deaf athletes. The European Deaf Sport Organization (EDSO) is the main governing body responsible for the organization of European Deaf Championships.

Number Event First Edition Last Edition
Main Sports
1 European Deaf Athletics Championship 1980 8th (2011)
2 European Deaf Swimming Championship 1967 12th (2018)
3 European Deaf Cycling Championship 1988 9th (2020)
4 European Deaf Shooting Championship 1967 14th (2019)
Combat Sports
5 European Deaf Martial Arts Championship 2015 2nd (2019)
6 European Deaf Wrestling Championship 1994 7th (2019)
Team Sports
7 European Deaf Basketball Championship 1975 11th (2016)
8 European Deaf Beach Volleyball Championship 2005 4th (2018)
9 European Deaf Football Championships 1987 9th (2019)
10 European Deaf Futsal Championships 2002 5th (2018)
11 European Deaf Handball Championship 1967 12th (2020)
12 European Deaf Volleyball Championship 1982 10th (2019)
Winter Sports
13 European Deaf Alpine Skiing Championship 1977 10th (2012)
14 European Deaf Cross Country Skiing Championship 1977 8th (2004)
15 European Deaf Ice Hockey Championship 2000 2nd (2004)
16 European Deaf Curling Championship 2014 2nd (2018)
17 European Deaf Snowboard Championship 2000 3rd (2012)
Other Sports
18 European Deaf Badminton Championship 1990 8th (2018)
19 European Deaf Bowling Championship 1982 11th (2018)
20 European Deaf Golf Championship not yet not yet
21 European Deaf Orienteering Championship 1988 9th (2020)
22 European Deaf Table Tennis Championship 1968 14th (2019)
23 European Deaf Tennis Championship 1967 14th (2020)


Asia Pacific Deaf Championships[editar | editar código-fonte]

The Asia Pacific Deaf Championships is an international sports competition for deaf athletes. The Asia Pacific Deaf Sports Confederation (APDSC) is the main governing body responsible for the organization of Asia Pacific Deaf Championships.

Number Event First Edition Last Edition
Main Sports
1 Asia Pacific Deaf Athletics Championship 2003 1st (2003)
Combat Sports
Team Sports
2 Asia Pacific Deaf Basketball Championship 2012 4th (2018)
3 Asia Pacific Deaf Football Championship 2008 4th (2018)
4 Asia Pacific Deaf Futsal Championship 2009 2nd (2014)
Winter Sports
Other Sports
5 Asia Pacific Deaf Badminton Championship 2002 5th (2018)
6 Asia Pacific Deaf Bowling Championship 2003 4th (2014)

ASEAN Deaf Championships[editar | editar código-fonte]

The ASEAN Deaf Championships is an international sports competition for deaf athletes. The ASEAN Deaf Sports Federation (ADSF) is the main governing body responsible for the organization of Asean Deaf Championships. ASEAN Deaf Sports Federation in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to promote deaf sports in Southeast Asian countries.

Number Event First Edition Last Edition
Main Sports
Combat Sports
Team Sports
1 ASEAN Deaf Football Championship 2016 1st (2016)
Winter Sports
Other Sports

Ligações externas[editar | editar código-fonte]

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  1. «CISS.org - ICSD». www.ciss.org