Woke up a little early but I had a good sleep. I arrive in Cambridge at 8:10 am, here I am at the station waiting for my friend. It is becoming a routine for me every Wednesday before we go to the University together. We were catching up on how our week was and also talked about the presentation. She thinks that she did well … Continue reading “Thomas, when you did your presentation, your speech is excellent. How did you do it? ” (8.11.17).
I woke up early because I completely forgot to change my alarm clock 1 hour backwards. I did not need to get up at 4:45 am but anyway I decided to get up because it was the day of my first presentation for my masters. To be honest, the module I am doing is my least favourite. The module is Advanced Modalities in Sport and … Continue reading I did think about leaving the MSc Course (1.11.17).
ABSTRACT Objectives: This study explores the ways in which a deaf athlete’s experiences of participation in sport can affect his psychological and social well-being, and how social and interpersonal relationships play a role in shaping these experiences. Design: To produce an understanding of the embodied experience of being a deaf athlete over the years and in different social situations, an autoethnographic approach was adopted. Method: To generate the … Continue reading “Sport saved my life” but “I am tired of being an alien!”: Stories from the life of a deaf athlete.