A deaf sprinter gives the first title to Division III Gallaudet | Sports


GENEVA, Ohio (AP) – Gallaudet sprinter Eric Gregory won the 400 meters at the NCAA Division III National Championships on Saturday, becoming the first national champion for the school in Washington, D.C., which welcomes deaf and hard of hearing students.

Gregory, a sophomore, won the final in 46.19 seconds, bettering his own school record. Gregory then finished third in the 200m.

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