Sturling, also known as stick curling, is a variation of ice curling with teams of two instead of four.  Sturling allows participants with physical challenges such as knee, back, heart, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, ankle, or foot problems to participate fully.

Sturling in the 55+ BC Games is a four day competition and this is the first year for sturling in the Games.  For more details on the competition specific to the 55+ BC Games, please review the rules & technical information.

Sturling Rules & Technical Information
General Rules
Upcoming Sturling Events

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Kelowna 2019 55+ BC Games

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Sturling 2019 Results

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Kimberley/Cranbrook 2018 55+ BC Games

Sturling is a new sport for the 2019 Games and therefore does not have any previous results.

Sport Partners

Zone Sport Coordinators

Your local Zone Sport Coordinator is the primary source of information about your sport in the 55+ BC Games.  Please contact them to find out about local playdowns or other events leading up to the Games and to register for the Games.  Events in your zone, including the registration deadline are listed on your zone page.

Contact NameEmail/Phone
Zone 1Andrew Reeve250-590-4610
Zone 2Chris Price250-228-1617
Zone 3Karen Lepine604-882-3665
Zone 4Joanne Mick 604-540-6118
Zone 5Bev Skinner 250-494-1537
Zone 6Verna Chernoff250-365-6836
Zone 7Bob Ewashen250.428.5088
Zone 8Paul & Janet Quesnel250-453-9665
Zone 9Terry Burgess 250-962-1828
Zone 10Bill Whitty250-632-2710
Zone11Arnold Amonson250-845-2132
Zone 12Shirley Kinnis250-785-5869
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