Missing pickleball? You're not alone:
From PICKLEBALLBC's Walter Knecht comes a challenge:
"As we sit home, isolated, looking for something to do, I am sure many of you are thinking pickleball, pickleball, pickleball.
One couple in self isolation, as they just returned from the US, provided a video of their home version of pickleball:
Thank you Ross & Val Priebe!
We do not need to just watch their video - let us make our own!
Here is the CHALLENGE. And the rules.
1. Create and send a video, maximum 2 minutes in length
2. If a video is not within your capability - 5 or 6 still photos maybe?
3. Subject - YOU doing a pickleball activity at home with others in your household
4. Could be your basement, kitchen, garage, driveway - NOT a public space
5. No 'outside' people joining in
6. Spectators are OK - from across the street
7. Submit by mid-May
8. Judging of submissions will be by a panel yet to be determined
9. Prizes of some sort will be determined
10. Additional criteria and rules may be introduced as required
Objective - keep you isolated but active."
Submit your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
View entries (to date) here.
The sport of pickleball has caused controversy in the District of Port Hardy, creating a ripple effect that has led to broader discussion on how the local Lions Club runs the district’s Civic Centre. Read the full article from the North Island Gazette here.
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