Pickleball players can expect more stringent guidelines when the game returns to Thunder Bay, Ontario, warns the chair of the Thunder Bay Pickleball Association. Read the full CBC article here.
CBC reported November 17th "Thunder Bay (Ontario) District Health Unit officials said 29 new cases are related to spread among people who played pickleball". Read the full report here.
When the city of Berkeley (Calif.) updated several old tennis courts to install pickleball courts, the neighborhood quickly learned there’s a noisy downside to the racquet-based sport. Some even describe the noise like “gunshots” whenever the balls hit a racquet. Read this interesting, in depth, article from Berkeleyside here.
Interested in becoming a Level 1 or 2 referee? While this training isn’t essential, it is highly recommended as it covers all of the basics required to start down the path to becoming a rated referee.
If you are interested, please respond to PICKLEBALLBC’s Head Referee – Alan Thomson at HeadRef@pickleballbc.ca to give notice of your interest in taking part in these Zoom Training sessions. More information here.
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