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BYU Gymnast Competes while Deaf and Blind in one Eye

This story follows Aimee Walker Pond, a gymnast who grew up competing while deaf and blind in one eye and eventually competed at the Division 1 collegiate level. The story is told by freelance reporter Sammy Linebaugh and was broadcast on the MTN sports network. The story won an Emmy from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in the Pacific Southwest Chapter for Best Sports/Feature Story.
  • Producer: MTN Sports Network
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Donna joyce
3 years, 3 months ago
WOW you are a very brave woman and a great support husband and friends all around you being blind and deaf good on you well done :-) I'm also deaf and i love watching gymnastics i did when i was young then just stop play netball-volleyball-softball. I was born deaf and now just had cochlear implant done on Dec and now going back to Christchurch on 18th jan 2011 to get it switched on have never heard sounds so this is new 2 me :-)Donna
girison
3 years, 4 months ago
please send me any deaftv news
alice hodgson
3 years, 7 months ago
I AM VERY PROUD OF DEAF AND ONE EYE BLIND CAN DO SUCCESSFUL DEAF CAN DO SAME HEARING THANK GOD
marie kilbane
3 years, 7 months ago
I think that was amazing story.. Luckly for her to meet wonderful man comes in her life.. God had planned well for both of them.. God blessed them! Amens!
Frankie Sue Widner
3 years, 7 months ago
Love to see how deaf and hearing impaired act as successful for their challenger.
Babs Fairwood
3 years, 7 months ago
Wow! A wonderful attitude and a very hard worker!! Keep up the good work!

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