Sturling, also known as stick curling, is a variation of ice curling with teams of two instead of four. Sturling allows participants with physical challenges such as knee, back, heart, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, ankle, or foot problems to participate fully.
Sturling in the 55+ BC Games is a four day competition and this is the first year for sturling in the Games. For more details on the competition specific to the 55+ BC Games, please review the rules & technical information.
Richmond 2020 55+ BC Games
CANCELLED due to COVID-19 pandemic
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Zone Sport Coordinators
Your Zone Sport Coordinator is the primary source of information about your sport in the 55+ BC Games. Please contact them to register for the Games, find out about local playdowns and other events leading up to the Games. Additional contact information and zone events, including meetings, are listed on each zone page.
|Zone 1||Andrew Reeve||250-590-4610|
|Zone 2||Tap Ahonen||778-424-1011|
|Zone 3||Karen Lepine||604-882-3665|
|Zone 4||Joanne Mick||604-540-6118|
|Zone 5||VACANT||contact Zone Director|
|Zone 6||VACANT||contact Zone Director|
|Zone 7||VACANT||contact Zone Director|
|Zone 8||Paul & Janet Quesnel||250-453-9665|
|Zone 9||Terry Burgess||250-962-1828|
|Zone 10||Karina Dzuiba||250-632-3544|
|Zone 12||Shirley Kinnis||250-785-5869|