Wheelchair Curling Programs

Wheelchair curling is an adaptation of curling for athletes with a disability. The rules are close able bodied curling to the same but do have differences. Wheelchair curling is played with the same rocks and on the same ice as able bodied curling, though the rocks are delivered from a stationary wheelchair and there is no brushing.

Wheelchair Curling is FUN, AFFORDABLE, RECREATIONAL, and SOCIAL. Opportunities exist for curlers at all levels, regardless of experience or exposure to curling in the past:

  • Come out and try it at a Wheelchair Curling Experience Clinic
  • Sign up for a weekly program at clubs that offer these programs
  • Curl in a league with curlers of all abilities
  • Achieve National Level of play or training through Provincial and National programs if identified as having potential

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Wheelchair Curling Experience

2 to 3 hour clinic to provide the basics in a fun & friendly atmosphere. Open to all ages.

Clinics can be coordinated at a curling club in your area to give the opportunity to try Wheelchair Curling.

2022 Dates & Sites

Sutherland Curling Club, Saskatoon, SK. Saturday, August 27th 1:00-3:00pm

Please contact, Dustin Mikush, Community Development Manager, by email (dustin.mikush@curlsask.ca) or Lorraine Arguin, Paul.a@sasktel.net (306.690.4026) for any questions related to the Wheelchair Curling Experience.

Weekly Programs

Moose Jaw Program

For more information contact:
Lorraine Arguin – 306.690.4026
Paul.a@sasktel.net

Other Community Curling Centres:

For more information contact:
Dustin Mikush – 306.780.9202 ext. 6
dustin.mikush@curlsask.ca

Wheelchair Skills Camp

Did you know?

The Wheelchair Skills Camp, hosting in November at the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre is open and offered to all Wheelchair curlers of any age and ability. The camp is an amazing opportunity to learn more about the sport and play some friendly games against fellow Wheelchair curlers. Learn more by clicking the button below.