Our Find a Program map allows you to search based for wheelchair sports programs in your neighbourhood. Just zoom in on the map and click on the pins for more information. Don't see a program near you? Contact us and we'll help you find a sports opportunity that meets your needs.
Wheelchair Athletics Programs
Since wheelchair athletics is an individual sport, you can train anywhere in BC. If you are outside of the Lower Mainland, please contact us to access the proper equipment and training. Weekly track and field programs are currently taking place in: Burnaby, Richmond, Vancouver, Victoria and Nanaimo.
For information on wheelchair athletics programs in the Lower Mainland, please contact:
Ana Karanovic – 604.333.3520 ext 209 or firstname.lastname@example.org
James Hustvedt, Provincial Wheelchair Athletics Coach – 604.616.7106 or email@example.com
Wheelchair Basketball Programs
Please contact BC Wheelchair Basketball Society to learn about their junior, women's, recreational, competitive and high-performance programs, including the Tim Frick City League.
Wheelchair Rugby Programs
To get involved in the following cities, please contact the following person:
Nanaimo: Shaun McKenzie, firstname.lastname@example.org
Okanagan: Scott James: email@example.com
Prince George: Brandi Stiles: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vancouver: Byron Green, email@example.com
Victoria: lJeff Scott, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wheelchair Tennis Programs
Wheelchair tennis programs exist in Vancouver, Richmond, Burnaby, Victoria and Kamloops. If an existing program doesn't exist in your area, don't worry. Wheelchair tennis can be easily adapted so that you can play with your able-bodied friends and family.
To learn about our wheelchair tennis programs, please contact:
Michelle McDonell, Program Coordinator
604.333.3520 ext. 208 | email@example.com
Steve Manley, Provincial Wheelchair Tennis Coach – 778.237.2767 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Target Sports Programs
Currently, our target sports program is only active in Vancouver. Luckily, however, the sport is easily practiced within an able-bodied club. Contact us to learn how we can help you get involved in this sport.