Royal Caledonian Curling Club
Curling for wheelchair users, people who are visually impaired and deaf people. Wheelchair Curling is an adaptation of curling for people with mobility impairment; it is played with the same stones and on the same ice as regular curling. The only exception to the normal rules is that no sweeping is allowed.
Wheelchair Curling is open to any individual with significant impairment in lower leg/gait function, who usually require a wheelchair for daily mobility. More specifically, those who are non ambulant or can walk only short distances.
Aims: To make provision for disabled people and those who are impaired, or have special needs to introduce them to, and assist them in their enjoyment of sport.
- Wheelchair curling.
- Curling for the deaf.
- Visually impaired curling.
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