2010 World Wheelchair Rugby Championships - ONLINE TICKET SALES HAVE ENDED! TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE FOR ALL SESSIONS AT THE DOOR FROM 8:30AM TO 8:00 PM DAILY.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010 at 9:30 AM - Sunday, September 26, 2010 at 4:30 PM (PDT)
ONLINE TICKET SALES HAVE NOW ENDED!
TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE FOR ALL SESSIONS AT THE DOOR. TO PURCHASE AND/OR PICK UP WILL CALL TICKETS AT THE OVAL, WE ARE OPEN BETWEEN THE FOLLOWING TIMES:
THURSDAY, SEPT.23 FROM 8:30AM - 8:30PM
FRIDAY, SEPT.24 FROM 8:30AM - 8:30PM
SATURDAY, SEPT.25 FROM 9:00AM - 5:30PM
SUNDAY, SEPT.26 FROM 8:00AM-4:30PM
This September, the world’s top wheelchair rugby players from 12 countries will be coming to Vancouver, Canada to battle for gold at the World Wheelchair Rugby Championships. The 2010 WWRC will be the first international competition at the magnificent Richmond Olympic Oval following the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
ALL TICKETS ARE GENERAL ADMISSION, INCLUDING ACCESSIBLE SEATING!
That means NO reserved seating. There will not be any paper tickets available, only wristbands which must be picked up at Will Call at the Richmond Olympic Oval starting on Tuesday, September 21st. Arrive early to pick up your wristbands and secure the best seats in the house. You are allowed to leave and re-enter during your designated games (either 1 game, 2 games, day passes or full tournament passes).
Admission is free for children 5 and under for all games, while tickets for youth aged 6-12 years old are the same as adult tickets, with the exception of $5 day passes available on Saturday and Sunday.
Please note the event schedule is subject to change without notice and ticket refunds will only be granted in the event a game is cancelled. After September 20th tickets will only be available at the door and not online.
Be sure to regularly check www.2010wwrc.com/event-info/schedule for the most up-to-date event information, including the competition schedule.
Waiting to find out when teams play? Stay tuned! We will post the complete competition schedule as soon as it is confirmed.
Sept.21-24: Round robin preliminary games - 2 games played simultaneously on side-by-side courts.
Sept.25: Semi-finals at 2 PM, other placement games at 10 AM, 12 PM and 4 PM - 2 games played simultaneously on side-by-side courts.
Sept.26: 7th place game at 9 AM, 5th place game at 11 AM, bronze medal game at 1 PM and gold medal game at 3 PM, followed by the awards ceremonies - Only 1 court used all day.
Wheelchair rugby was invented in 1977 in Winnipeg, Canada, by a group of quadriplegic athletes who were looking for an alternative to wheelchair basketball. They wanted a sport that would allow players with reduced arm and hand function to participate equally. The sport they created, originally called murderball, is now known as wheelchair rugby. It is a unique team sport for male and female athletes with a mobility-related disability in at least three limbs, and combines some elements of basketball, handball, and ice hockey. The object of the game is to carry the ball across the opposing team's goal line. Two wheels must cross the goal line for a goal to count, and the player must have firm control of the ball when he or she crosses the line. All wheelchair rugby players compete in manual wheelchairs. Players must meet the minimum disability criteria of the sport and must be classifiable under the sport classification rules.
BC Wheelchair Sports is a not-for-profit organization devoted to providing opportunities for athletes with physical disabilities. Since being founded in 1971, we have worked to provide access to quality programs for athletes with disabilities.
More information on the host BC Wheelchair Sports Association is available at:
For the most up-to-date event information, visit the 2010 WWRC website at:
Email us at email@example.com or phone 604-333-3525
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