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Eclipse vs Giants - Blind Hockey Youtube Video
Watch the September 25th event.
The Benefits of Participation in Dragon Boating
Six years ago I abruptly lost most of my eyesight due to a rare illness.
Since then I’ve learned a lot of things…. The dragon boat
experience has exceeded all my expectations. Read the full story, click
Ladner Lawn Bowls Event
On Tuesday, July 23 Ladner Lawn Bowling Club hosted
12 visually impaired bowlers from various clubs in the province. Clubs
represented were Burnaby, Coquitlam, Kelowna, Victoria, Nanaimo and Ladner.
We played Pairs with each team playing 2 ten end games. Two of the 6 teams
won both their games. Matt Yole and Jay Gatley placed 1st with 2 wins
and +9 points. Dave Ruckman and Susan Flanagan were 2nd with 2 wins and
+8 points.All the bowlers seemed to enjoy playing on Ladner’s new
artificial surface. All were very appreciative of the hospitality shown
by the members of the club. They were great hosts, served a delicious
lunch and their markers did a very efficient job. We hope the club will
invite us back in the future,
Below is a video highlighting blind bowls.
New BC Goalball Season
Circle your calendar for the start of the new BC Goalball season.
Where: Collingwood Neighbourhood House
MAKE sure to check with Susan Flanagan at BC Blind Sport to make sure your Membership is up to date..
Thanks and hope to see you there
Robert Lebel and Cherie Lu
Run for Light
May 14, 2013 - At a recent Board of Directors meeting it was decided that due to the increasing cost, staff and volunteer time commitment and the fluctuation in revenue from the run due to weather dependence and the number of other recreational opportunities available in Vancouver, the association has determined that we need to ensure we put our resources into physical activity programs for British Columbians who are blind or visually impaired. We have therefore determined that we will not hold a Run for Light in 2013. BC Blind Sports will explore other options for events in the future.
BC Blind Sports thanks our supporters, volunteers, staff, donors, participants and the community who have contributed to the Run over the past 33 years.
If you would like more information on BC Blind Sports please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org
2013 Goalball Nationals
Congratulations to the BC Men's team that finished first at the CBSA Nationals in Halifax, and to the Women's team for their bronze medal finish. Doug Ripley was named MVP.
Men's Team: John Tee, Doug Ripley, Brendan Gaulin, Ahmad
100 Mile House finishes 4th in Western Blind Curling Championships
The 100 Mile House Blind Curling team played well during this grueling competition against curlers from BC, Alberta and Saskatchewan. More...
Courage Canada National Blind Hockey Tournament Synopsis
Your Vancouver Eclipse did very well on their respective teams with 2 players and a coach winning Gold, 2 players and a coach winning Silver and another 2 players and a coach winning the Bronze. In addition, 2 of our players won the MVP and Most Sportsman like awards. More...
Official Opening of Accessible Trail in Qualicum Bay
June 23, 2012 at Lioness Blvd Trailhead, 10:00 a.m.
Encouraging Physical Activity for Preschoolers
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