- Published on 10 August 2022
Terence Parkin is the most awarded sportsman of the Deaflympics (World Games for Deaf Athletes) since their inception in 1929. He won no less than 29 gold, one silver and one bronze (in cycling) medals during 4 editions of the Deaflympics. He currently holds 50 world records for the deaf in large and small pool. He is nicknamed “the silent torpedo” and the Michael Phelps of the Deaflympics games.
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