Canada will meet hosts United States in the final of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Ice Sledge Hockey Pan Pacific Championship after remaining unbeaten at HarborCenter in Buffalo.
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Canada overcame hosts United States today to preserve their unbeaten record at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Ice Sledge Hockey Pan Pacific Championships at HarborCenter in Buffalo.
Hosts United States comfortably overcame Team Pan Pacific today to make a successful start to their campaign at the inaugural International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Ice Sledge Hockey Pan Pacific Championships in Buffalo's HarborCenter.
Paralympic champions United States will begin the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Ice Sledge Hockey Pan Pacific Championships as favourites to claim gold in the inaugural edition of the event.
The first Ice Sledge Hockey Pan Pacific Championships will take place in Buffalo, it has been announced.
Östersund has been announced as the host city for the 2016 International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Ice Sledge Hockey European Championships.
Members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes’ Commission have taken part in an ice sledge hockey demonstration match here against a group from the Norwegian national team and Government Ministers.
The first International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Ice Sledge Hockey C-Pool World Championships will help expand the worldwide reach of the sport, it is hoped.
Renowned coach George Kingston has travelled to Slovakia to carry out a four-day ice sledge hockey training and education course.
Canada were crowned winners of the Torino 2015 international sledge hockey tournament after convincingly beating the host nation Italy in the gold medal match.
The first International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Sledge Hockey Youth Development Camp has been hailed as a success.
Representatives from 11 nations took part in the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Ice Sledge Hockey Sport Forum which was held in the Slovakian capital city Bratislava.
Canada have named a 20-strong squad for the upcoming 2015 to 2016 ice sledge hockey season, including 15 of those who helped the nation to silver at the International Paralympic Committee World Championships A-Pool event in Buffalo earlier this year.
Ice sledge hockey is set to take another major step forward in its development when the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) hosts the sport’s first youth camp in Langenhagen, Germany from October 29 to November 1.
Italy’s Gregory Leperdi has called upon Europe’s ice sledge hockey teams to focus their efforts on developing young talent if they are to challenge the domination of Canada and the United States at World Championship and Paralympic Games.