Wheelchair Curling

Wheelchair Curling is winter sport that can be played both recreationally and competitively.  Wheelchair Curling is a fully inclusive sport where able bodied players and wheelchair players can play together. 
 Curling is a sport in which players slide stones on a sheet of ice toward a target area in the shape of a circle.  In wheelchair curling there is no sweeping, which means each throw has to be even more precise. The player’s wheelchair must be stationary during the throw and the stones can be thrown by hand or given an initial push with a delivery stick.  In Nova Scotia, there is an entry point to this sport for everyone - whether through a recreational program, or competitive team!

Individual Program Information

Central Region

For more information, contact: 
Laughie Rutt