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Who Says You Have to See the Ball

By Muhammad Waheed (via Baltimore Watchdog) Tim Utzig, a 19-year-old sophomore at Towson University, has memories of playing indoor and outdoor soccer with friends when he was a child. He said that one of his best memories was scoring six goals […]

Behind Lex Gillette’s Success: A Mother’s Devotion

When four-time Paralympic medalist Lex Gillette lost his sight at the age of eight, it was his mother, Verdina Gillette-Simms, who taught him how to thrive in darkness. As a single parent, dealing with the beginnings of glaucoma, Verdina focused […]


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How goalball helped make me a better person – Jenks, Hamilton - News - IBSA

"When it is game time, there is a level of focus and intensity and we always try to match the level at which we are competing.” - Joe Hamilton of USA Men's Goalball

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Growth of Blind Hockey Demonstrated at Disabled Hockey Festival

Blind hockey continues to grow in popularity across the U.S. Have you tried it yet?

Participation nearly tripled from discipline’s 2016 Festival debut

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Goalball: Team Sport For Visually Impaired Students

Goalball players in Chicago are getting regular practice on the court thanks to a mother on a mission! 💙

Goalball is played with a ball that has bells inside and allows players to use their senses. Players can listen for the bells and touch the string covered with tape to help them know where they are.

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Who Says You Have to See the Ball - United States Association of Blind Athletes

USABA athlete and Towson University Goalball player Muhammad Waheed breaks down blind soccer and talks to USABA Membership Manager, Kevin Brousard about the goal of USABA's upcoming camp in Baltimore.

Tim Utzig, a 19-year-old sophomore at Towson University, has memories of playing indoor and outdoor soccer with friends when he was a child. He said that one of his best memories was scoring six ... See more

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