Messages from Olympians given to Deaf athletes ahead of national sports meet

October 5, 2016
The Deaf high school students look at the 
messages written by the gold medalists.


Toyama Prefecture located in a part of northern Japan is proud of its two native athletes, a male judoist and a female wrestler, who won a gold medal at the recent Olympics in Brazil. They wrote a message for young children at the request of the Prefecture Education Board.

The board plans to hand a copy of the messages to encourage an athlete in a send-off party before a national tournament.

Two Deaf students, who will participate in the National School for the Deaf Sports Meet (field and track, and table tennis), received a copy of the messages at the party held at the Prefecture Office on October 4.


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