Hockey Keeps Me Going

TPWHL action shot

As I mentioned in my first blog, participating in sports is what helps me deal with muscular dystrophy. The sport that I love to play is Power wheelchair Hockey, which I have been participating in for 11 years. In the beginning I was not interested but since then I look forward to playing every Saturday. It’s more than about hockey, it’s about people with disabilities (or diffabilities as I call it) coming together with the passion to compete and have fun. It’s also a great way to make new friends and learn to work as a team towards a goal.

The league I play for is the Toronto Power Wheelchair Hockey League (TPWHL), we play at Sunnyview Public School at 450 Blythwood Road (Bayview & Eglinton) from 12:30pm to 3:30pm on Saturdays. It’s open to girls and boys, ages 18 and up. My team is the Falcons, and I will be providing Game Summaries of my team’s games.

Torrance Ho
About Torrance Ho 190 Articles
Power Hockey Athlete with TPWHL, Passionate Sports Writer, Huge supporter of the Paralympics and para sports, Accessibility Ambassador, Co-Founder of Equal Grounds.

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