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Paralympian Search will be held in Toronto on Sunday

  • By: Taekwondo Canada, CPC
  • November 23, 2017
  • Information, Para Taekwondo

Participants aged 14-35 who have a physical disability or visual impairment can come to a PARALYMPIAN SEARCH. Taekwondo Canada looks forward to identifying future potential para-taekwondo athletes through this event.

 

National Team Coach Sungmin Son will represent Taekwondo Canada at the Paralympian Search event. This event will be held in Toronto on Sunday, November 26, 2017.

PARALYMPIAN SEARCH is an exciting program designed to identify future potential Paralympic athletes. It is a one-day event offering people with a disability the chance to test their abilities and discover which Paralympic sports they are best suited for.

''A goal of Paralympian Search is to find athletes with strong potential to fast track to podium performances nationally or internationally and to support anyone who comes out to a Search to access appropriate sport opportunities, such as local or club,'' said Jenny Davey Manager, Paralympic Pathways for the CPC.

Taekwondo Canada looks forward to identifying future potential para-taekwondo athletes through this event.

Registration is free and can be done at paralympic.ca/paralympian-search.

  • WHO: Participants aged 14-35 who have a physical disability or visual impairment can come to a PARALYMPIAN SEARCH. Participants may or may not have previous sport experience, but should be interested in discovering which Paralympic sports they may be eligible for and have the greatest potential.
  • WHERE:  Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO)/Toronto Parapan Am Sport Centre (TPASC) 875 Morningside Ave, Suite 100, Toronto, ON M1C 0C7
  • WHEN: Sunday November 26, 2017 - 9 a.m. to 1 p.m
  • REGISTER: paralympic.ca/paralympian-search

The event is hosted by the CPC in partnership with the Canadian Sport Institute Ontario (CSIO).

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