Special Olympics Canada
Special Olympics Canada is dedicated to enriching the lives of Canadians with an intellectual disability through sport. It is a national not-for-profit grassroots organization that provides sport training and competition opportunities for 31,000 athletes of all ages and abilities.
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Talladega SuperSpeedway
Everything you want to know about the speed car racing world of sports at the NASCAR competitions.
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WiredHOCKEY
WiredHOCKEY, a division of WiredBIZ Media Inc., is proud to be the “go to” source for the business and sport of hockey. We are the dictionary of hockey, the encyclopedia of “who’s who” and “what’s what” in this industry. If it is relevant to hockey, you will find it here. Our goal is to categorize the world of hockey and enable you to spend your valuable time learning about the sport, perusing your favorite links, shopping for equipment and memorabilia and having FUN, without needing to search for that needle in the haystack or coming across broken link after broken link. We make it easy for you to find what you are looking for and save you time! We welcome you to take advantage of all we have to offer, including the following: Paid advertising options. FREE directory subscription. FREE newsletter. Discussion forums. WiredHOCKEY Affiliate Program. Exclusive articles. And MUCH, MUCH more! WiredHOCKEY has been built by hockey enthusiasts for hockey enthusiasts. We are always interested in any feedback you might have or assisting you in any way we can. Please feel free to contact us at any time.
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Sportsnet.ca
Provides up to the minute sports news, statistics, scores and information on events, games and players.
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TSN The Sports Network
The most comprehensive site on the internet for Sports from a Canadian perspective.
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Sports Car Racing Club of B.C.
The Sports Car Club of B.C. was founded as a non-profit society in 1951. Members first raced at Abbotsford Airport from 1952 to 1956. In 1957 the members raised funds through debentures and built a full service road course in Coquitlam B.C, on Crown Land leased from the Provincial Government. For the next 32 years the club operated the track known as Westwood Motorsport Park, and affectionately referred to as Mountain High Racing. Westwood gained recognition throughout North America playing host to such greats as Gilles Villeneuve, Bobby Rahal, and Michael Andretti. The annual Atlantic series races often drew over 10,000 spectators. Sadly, the exciting facility was closed in 1990 to make way for the Westwood Plateau housing development. In July ’94, the Club opened its current racing venue, the road course at Mission Raceway Park, River’s Edge Road Course, thanks to the support of the BC Custom Car Association and Molson Indy Vancouver. The track, a tight 2km – 7 turn course, provided a challenge to drivers and offered exceptional viewing for spectators. Over the next 8 years the track was expanded to 9 turns and 2 large grandstands provide a view of over 80% of the race track. Each year has seen larger racing grids, and a surge in club membership. The two Race Driver Training courses provided by the club each year are most often over-subscribed. The 2002 racing season saw the birth of the WestCoast SportsCar Championship. A highly competitive series for closed wheel senior drivers, which exceeded organizers expectations, the series was well supported by sponsors and spectators.
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Special Olympics
Special Olympics is an international nonprofit organization* dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports training and competition.
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Operation Trackshoes
Operation Trackshoes (OT) is a completely volunteer based organization, including the Executive and Board Members. With no paid staff, OT relies on the generousity of its volunteers to provide a safe and supportive environment for integration of people with and without disabilities through participation in recreational and social activities.
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Disabled Sailing Association of British Columbia
The Disabled Sailing Association of British Columbia provides people with disabilities the opportunity to leave their restrictions behind and become active participants in an exciting outdoor sport.
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ESPN TV
ESPN.com provides comprehensive sports coverage. Complete sports information
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Mission Raceway Park
N.H.R.A. Racing in Mission, B.C.
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The Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability (ALACD)
The Active Living Alliance for Canadians with a Disability (ALACD) promotes, supports and enables Canadians with disabilities to lead active, healthy lives. We provide nationally coordinated leadership, support, encouragement, promotion and information that facilitates healthy, active living opportunities for Canadians of all abilities across all settings and environments.
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Canadian Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association
Canadian Electric Wheelchair Hockey Association (CEWHA). The CEWHA is a nationwide, volunteer-based hockey league for youth and adults with disabilities, where games are played in a regular season. The mission of the CEWHA is “to provide a quality hockey program for all persons with disabilities who have limited upper body strength and/or mobility, who could significantly benefit from the use of an electric wheelchair in competitive sport.”
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BC Wheelchair Sports Association
BC Wheelchair Sports is a not-for-profit organization devoted to providing opportunities for athletes with physical disabilities. Since being founded in 1971, we have worked to provide access to quality programs for athletes with disabilities. This has always been our focus and continues to be what drives us. In partnership with other Provincial Wheelchair Sports Societies across Canada, BCWSA is dedicated to promoting Wheelchair Sport and community awareness.
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Canadian Wheelchair Basketball Association
The Canadian Wheelchair Basketball Association is the National Sports Governing Body responsible for the organization of wheelchair basketball in Canada. Representatives from each Province elect the Board of Directors. The Board establishes policy and lends guidance to the development of the sport in Canada and is the Canadian member to International Wheelchair Basketball Federation (IWBF). MISSION The CWBA is in the business of promoting excellence and developing opportunities for Canadians in the game of wheelchair basketball. (See our mission, vision, values) PROGRAM The CWBA is committed to providing opportunities for athletes with a disability to participate in a fully integrated sport program at the level they choose. It promotes growth at the initiation, developmental, competitive and elite levels, and offers programs for youth, women, men. The CWBA believes that inclusion is fundamental to achieving equity and access in sport and therefore promotes the “sport for all” concept, encouraging athletes with a disability and able-bodied athletes to compete together on the same basketball court within a classification system. This system allows for fair and equitable competition for all. Many young athletes come into the game as the result of a spinal cord injury. CWBA programs allow these individuals an opportunity to continue to be included in a popular team sport activity with their friends.
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Canadian Disabled Alpine Ski Team
Alpine Canada Alpin (ACA) is the governing body for ski racing in Canada. Founded in 1920 and accounting for close to 200,000 supporting members, ACA represents coaches, officials, supporters and athletes, including the elite racers of the Canadian Alpine Ski Team and the Canadian Disabled Alpine Ski Team. Relentlessly pursuing excellence, ACA seeks to put Canadian athletes on the top step of the podium through the commitment of financial, technical and human resources. ACA is also dedicated to promoting participation within Canada’s four million recreational skiers.
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Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association
The Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association (CCPSA) is an athlete focused national organization administering and governing sport opportunities targeted to athletes with CP and related disabilities. CCPSA and its provincial partners cooperate as a proactive force to facilitate the development of equitable and fair sporting opportunities for our athletes.
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Special Hockey International
Special Hockey Hockey International is the governing body for over 25 clubs that provide an ice hockey program for those with mental challenges.
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The Developmentally Challanged Youth Basketball Association
Purpose The DCY Basketball Association promotes and supports the development of basketball programs for youth with developmental challenges in BC. Who we serve Young men ages 13 to 25, who have the interest in the sport and the basic abilities needed to develop the skills and concepts of team basketball in an athletic setting. These include the ability to bounce or dribble a ball and to take 3-step direction. Our program includes basic skill development, team play and competitive game strategies. Volunteer & Peer Involvement We support and encourage the participation of non-challenged coaches and peer players in our athletes’ skill development, team play and tournament involvement. This integration of non-challenged individuals is beneficial to both parties as the players’ skills progress through visual modelling and the team play illustrates to the non-challenged player the real potential of the athletes. This is our vision of “Basketball for All”. History The DCY Basketball Association was founded in 2001 when an advocating mother could not find a basketball team for her developmentally challenged son who is passionate about every aspect of basketball. This personal need to provide a venue and opportunity for him developed into the concept of our program and “Basketball for All”. Objectives To encourage the participation and inclusion of developmentally challenged players in community basketball events. By fostering strong working relationships with organizers of such events, the long-term goal of DCY Basketball Assoc. is to develop a league (male and female), which will provide athletes with the opportunity to play at introductory, developmental and competitive levels in a structured environment.
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Sportsnet 360
Sportsnet 360 is the newest addition to Sportsnet’s channel lineup. It will deliver the hardcore sports fan a 360° offering of the most diverse breadth of sports – breaking news, highlights, scores, stats, analysis, and opinion – delivered in a fast-paced and energetic way.The channel with offer our fans a solid roster of live sports events headlined by UFC, CIS, basketball and soccer, combined with existing coverage of WWE.
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American Hockey League   Ahl is Official hockey leagues of Ahl farm teams of Nhl hockey teams