Achievements

Deaflympics (formerly World Games for the Deaf)

Venue

Year

Sport(s)

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Bucharest, Romania 1977 Swimming

1

Los Angeles, USA 1985 Swimming

4

1

1

Christchurch, New Zealand 1989 Swimming

3

2

Football

1

Sofia, Bulgaria 1993 Swimming

2

1

3

Copenhagen, Denmark 1997 Swimming

3

2

1

Rome, Italy 2001 Swimming

1

2

Football

1

Melbourne, Australia 2005 Swimming

4

5

2

Taipei, Taiwan 2009 Swimming

1

1

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European Deaf Championships

Venue

Year

Sport(s)

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Kaposvar, Hungary 1975 Swimming

2

Antibes, France 1983 Swimming

2

6

4

London, Great Britain 1986 Swimming

3

2

5

Lund, Sweden 1990 Swimming

3

7

3

Ghent, Belgium 1991 Football

1

Budapest, Hungary 1994 Swimming

6

5

1

Berlin, Germany 1995 Football

1

Vilnius, Lithuania 1998 Swimming

6

Amsterdam, Holland 2002 Swimming

8

5

2

Thessaloniki, Greece 2006 Swimming

9

1

3

Vac, Hungary 2006 Water Polo

1

Lisbon, Portugal 2007 Football

1

Dortmund, Germany 2010 Swimming

1

1

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World Deaf Championships

Venue

Year

Sport(s)

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Bruges, Belgium 1995 Swimming

4

5

4

Glasgow, Scotland 1995 Bowls

1

Durban, South Africa 1999 Bowls

1

Dublin, Ireland 2002 Golf

1

Llandrindod, Wales 2007 Bowls

4

Taipei, Taiwan 2007 Swimming

2

1

2

St. Andrews, Scotland 2010 Golf

1

1

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European & World Record holders

John Kealy:

  • 50m Backstroke; 28.10, 24th June 2002 (European LC)
  • 100m Backstroke; 59.45, 24th June 1998 (World & European LC)

Eoin Nolan

  • 50m Freestyle; 23.64, 5th December 2009 (World & European SC)
  • 100m Freestyle; 51.22, 6th December 2009 (World & European SC)
  • 200m Freestyle; 1.52.10, 5th December 2009 (European SC)

Note: SC Short Course; LC Long Course