Deaf swimmer Marcus Titus gets hand signals reinstated at US Trials


This is great, USA Swimming decided Thursday to allow hand signals at the U.S. Olympic Trials to accommodate deaf swimmers at the start of the races, reversing the organization’s decision issued less than 48 hours earlier, more or less because of campaign on Facebook started byone of the nation’s top breaststroker and deaf athlete Marcus Titus. Read The Washington Post via Speed Endurance.


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