Source: CBC News, September 7, 2017
Players use synthetic ice, smaller rocks and special sticks
The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame has unveiled a new adaptive curling rink, showcasing how those living with disabilities can play the popular prairie sport.
“Wheelchair curling is the same as abled-bodied curling. We play on the same sheet of ice, we use the same number of rocks, the rules are the same,” Darwin Bender, skip of the Saskatchewan Wheelchair Curling Team, recently explained.
Image Source: Curlsask Twitter