In the 2011-2012 season Curl BC is establishing CAN Curl More a second phase to the very successful CAN Curl. CAN Curl More clinics are 4 hour coach facilitated on-ice and in-class introduction curling clinics at curling clubs and centres across BC. The goal from CAN Curl More clinics is get more people with disabilities playing in leagues, having experienced a positive and professional first time experience.
|CAN Curl More: Discover Wheelchair Curling||January 11, 2012||1p.m. to 5 p.m.||Kelowna Curling Club||January 6, 2012|
|Can Curl More: Discover Wheelchair Curling||January 31, 2012||1 p.m. to 5 p.m.||Langley Curling Club||January 26, 2012|
|Can Curl More: Discover Wheelchair Curling||February 5, 2012||1p.m. to 5 p.m.||McArthur Island Curling|
|February 1, 2012|
Limited spots are available. Their is no cost to participate. Participants must bring their own wheelchair to the clinic.
A special thanks to the BC Paraplegic Association and the BC Wheelchair Sports Association for their cross promotion and servicing of these clinics.
CAN Curl More Testimonals
“I must be honest. I wasn’t enthusiastic to play. But now, I even want to put a team together. I’m PSYCHED.”
“Great! Lots of fun.”
“Might take up the game.”
These clinics are being used to help boost the number of wheelchair curlers that BC has to draw from. This year see only two teams playdown for the right to represent BC in Thunder Bar in March.
We see defenbd champ Gary Cormack play off against Team Canada third Darryl Neighbour playing with Sonja Gaudet and former Team Canada member Gerry Austgarden.
Playdown will be cover here on Saturday and last 1 DAY in a best 2 out of 3.
Saturday starting at 9am