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WE'RE MOVING!

The San Francisco Bay Area Curling Club is building our own curling center in Oakland set to open later this year. Our affiliation with Oakland Ice Center will end on August 31st. Join our mailing list to be notified when new Intro-to-Curling Clinics are announced and leagues are forming. Corporate and group events can be pre-booked at our new curling center at early-bird pricing! Find out more »

Wheelchair Curling

Wheelchair curling is a rapidly developing sport in the US and there are many opportunities to play socially and competitively. Although dedicated wheelchair curling leagues do have some different conventions (for example, no sweeping,) wheelchair curlers can play in any club league without a problem.

A local athlete, Patrick McDonald, who began curling in 2007, has played on the 2008 and 2009 US National Team and has competed at the 2010 and 2014 Paralympic games. He demonstrates his delivery technique in the photos below. Delivery style varies a lot from athlete to athlete depending on grip and torso strength and other factors, and our instructors can help you find something that will work for you.

Looking for information about our upcoming wheelchair curling clinic? Visit bayareacurling.com/wheelchair-clinic.

Article about Patrick and the 2010 US Paralympic Team
Our favorite wheelchair curling site

For more information about wheelchair curling, please contact kate@bayareacurling.com