Frontrunners Sport values are about promoting responsibility, confidence, friendship and commitment. We believe that sport can be part of your personal and social development.

However, discussions, knowledge about organisation, event management and media are also an important part of the curriculum. We believe that physical and mental health is the best foundation when embracing strong living and a long life.

The focus is to discover and strengthen the unique skills of each student in a challenging, yet supportive social atmosphere. Students as well as teachers get to know each other and spend daytime, evenings and some weekends together in an atmosphere based on dialogue and mutual learning. On the sports field, in the classrooms and in the common rooms.

Together we create memories that will last a lifetime.

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 Kayaking on lake Immeln in Sweden

You and learning outcomes:

Joining Frontrunners Sport education programme is a beginning for a life-long journey for you as a Deaf sport person and a catalyst for a desired change in the world of deaf sport. You’ll explore the core of Deaf identity in the international context – there are different ways of being a Deaf and you’ll find your own way to be like you will find your way in the sport disciplines. Besides personal development you’ll also improve your competences, tools and find your own way to make an impact in the deaf sport world.

You’ll increase your knowledge about sport organisations, sign language(s), Deaf history, Deaf culture and human rights including lingual and cultural rights. Within the sign language community, you will get a deeper insight on the meaning of ’DEAF-SAME’ as you have become more aware of influence of your language and culture background.

You will learn to recognize pressing problems in the Deaf sport world, determine and describe the problem in an understandable way. You will also invent new approaches in grass root and organizational levels when creating new opportunities for Deaf sport people as a part of the local and global human diversity.


 Types of sport disciplines


Indoor sport disciplines and activities:

  • Handball

  • Badminton

  • Volleyball

  • Soccer

  • Fitness

  • Basketball

  • Hockey

  • Swimming

  • Wall climbing

  • Gymnastics

  • Table tennis

  • Rugby



Outdoor sport disciplines and activities:

  • Soccer

  • Mountain biking

  • Road biking

  • Running

  • Hiking

  • Duathlon Triathlon

  • Kayaking

  • Canoeing

  • Alpine skiing

  • Beach volley

  • Ice skating

  • Windsurfing

  • Survival trips

  • Orienteering



The student

  • can describe and show different sport disciples

  • demonstrates know-how related to different sport disciplines

  • demonstrates different tools to give lessons in different sport disciplines


Skills and competences:

The student

  • can learn themselves new techniques

  • demonstrates how to make training plan

  • demonstrates how to fit the training plan to the goal group.

 Theory related to sport




The student

  • can describe basic information about following topics: Coaching, sport management, dietary guiding, sport psychology, event arrangement, sport technology

  • can evaluate what kind of knowledge will be usable in different situations

  • can describe basic information about sport organisations in deaf community


Skills and competences:

  • The student

  • can identify one’s own strengths and areas needing improvement (self-assessment)

  • demonstrates how to make short lesson plans for different goal groups

  • demonstrates how to improve and maintain numbers of participations inside the sport organisations in deaf community (from club level to ICSD)


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Badminton tournament at Castberggaard



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