Whistler Adaptive Sports Program welcomes new Executive Director Sian Blyth
Whistler Adaptive Sports Program is pleased to announce Sian Blyth as their new Executive Director, as the charity enters its 26th year of offering recreational programs to individuals with disabilities and neurodiversity in British Columbia’s Sea to Sky corridor.
Join us at the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club in Vancouver on May 4th and support our athletes! Hear from Paralympian Donovan Tildesley, meet some of our athletes, coaches, and other families from the program. Our ‘No Limits’ fundraiser is our most important fundraising event of the year, and we really need your support.
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.
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.)