The classification codes in the Paralympics can be very complicated to understand. So, let’s have a little look at the methodology and see if we can make some sense of it!
After a long history of classifying athletes and lessons learned in the process, they are now assessed both on what their disability is and how that disability affects the sport they want to participate in. The IPC (Paralympics) assesses a bit differently to the codes you may have come across for things like spinal cord injury, instead grouping athletes based on how it may impact fair competition.
Hello to all Golfers for The Whistler Adaptive June 18th Golf Day!
Here are the details about the day!
Address: 4001 Whistler Way, Whistler, BC V8E 1J2
Rules of Play:
We will be playing Texas Scramble;
All members of the foursome tee off from their chosen/usual tee. Then one of these drives* is chosen to be used for the next shot and all members of the team place their balls where the chosen drive ended up, and all the team play a second shot from this spot.
Our Silent Auction is live! Help us to spread the joy of participation in sport and help people in the Sea To Sky gain access to programs that allow them to be Active For Life! We have some incredible products on offer this year from hotel stays and golf retreats, to bobsleigh and gin tasting sessions!
Step by step Registration and Enrollment for iClassPro software.
Let’s get started!
Here are the steps to follow to get create an account and reserve classes. It should only take 5-10 minutes. (We recommend doing this from a computer or tablet with a proper keyboard rather than a phone. It will be easier to answer the registration questions.)
Do you want to join the Whistler Adaptive team? We are looking to fill a 1-year temporary position for our Lead Coach and Social Media Coordinator. If you have a passion for adaptive sport and making a difference in your community, then this is the job for you!
-Current Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Certification.
-The ability to instruct or lead individuals in indoor and outdoor adaptive sport, recreation, and therapeutic activities.
We are currently taking applications for the position of Summer Program Leader. We are seeking Canadian students currently registered in university or college with a passion for coaching and sport. Below is a brief summary of the job description:
We will be completing a Program Audit over the next few weeks. The purpose of this vital work is to look at how to best plan programming for the next few years. We are seeking proposals to complete this Program Audit. If this interests you please reach out to our executive director Chelsey via email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit your proposal.
The Annual General Meeting for the Whistler Adaptive Sports Program Society is taking place on October 25, 2020 in Whistler, BC (location and format TBD ie. by Zoom). Registration begins at 10am and the AGM starts at 10:05am. We will hear from the President of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director and other Board Members regarding programming, fundraising and other initiatives that took place in 2020. We will also review the 2020 financials.