BC Deaf Sports has a number of affiliated clubs and associations who work with us in partnership or run sporting programs. For more information or to contact our commissioners, please contact us.
Greater Vancouver Deaf Bowling Club
Our monthly 10-Pin Deaf bowling league starts in October and runs until March. They play 6 games on Saturdays starting at 10:00 am at Revs Burnaby Bowling Centre.
BCDSF Bowling Commissioner: Christel Devos
Greater Vancouver Deaf Curling Club
We host weekly league sessions every Sunday at 12:30pm starting annually in October and ending in March. Those sessions are at the Royal City Curling Club (New Westminster). Fans are welcome to watch the sessions.
BCDSF Curling Commissioner: Frank Chung
Okanagan Valley Association of the Deaf
Our members meet monthly for social and recreational games in the Kelowna Area.
President: Paul Landry
South Vancouver Island Association of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Our members meet weekly to conduct sporting events including darts.
President: Mark Dunn
Deaf Golf BC
We host the BC Golf Open, typically in May, annually. From the BC Golf Open, top golfers go on to attend Canadian Deaf Golf Championships (biannually). We compete against Alberta teams in the Brooker Cup, held annually alternatively in British Columbia and Alberta. We offer golf clinics for beginners and advanced golfers to improve techniques including putting, chipping, pitching, full swing irons and hybrids as well as full swing drivers.
BCDSF Golf Commissioner: Mike Parkes
BC Rockies – Deaf Ice Hockey Team
We are a hockey program that specializes in the development of deaf and hard of hearing hockey players in British Columbia. We train and develop youth and adult hockey players of both sexes and of all skill levels.
BCDSF Hockey Commissioner: David McGregor
Darts players often get together on Friday evenings at the Royal City Curling Club in New Westminster. For players living on Vancouver Island, Victoria has their weekly league every Sunday that takes place all year except for in the summer. We also host several qualification tournaments and an annual playdown event every year.
Darts Commissioner: Mark Tarchuk
If your programs require funding support, consider the Club Assistance Program (CAP) with the goal of increasing participation. Please fill out the form available below (as pdf file or complete the online form option) and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
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