VOLUNTEERS WANTED FOR 2017 MEN’S U23 WORLD WHEELCHAIR BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP IN TORONTO
The 2017 Men’s U23 World Wheelchair Basketball Championship (2017 U23WWBC) is coming to Mattamy Athletic Centre in Toronto from June 8–16, and the organizing committee is seeking a dynamic team of volunteers.
The 2017 U23WWBC will feature eight days of intense and hard-hitting competition as world-class athletes representing 12 nations, including Canada, converge in downtown Toronto to showcase the elite skill and athleticism that make wheelchair basketball a thrilling spectator sport and one of the most popular sports for athletes with a disability worldwide.
The event will bring together over 400 athletes, coaches, officials, delegates, and volunteers from around the world.
The team of 2017 U23WWBC volunteers will help deliver a world-class international event and contribute to an unforgettable experience for participants and spectators alike. Furthermore, volunteers will have the rewarding opportunity to meet new people, network and build relationships, gain valuable skills and experience, and engage with the community.
More information about the many volunteer opportunities and how to become a volunteer is available here.
Apply now to volunteer!
The 2017 U23WWBC marks the 20-year anniversary since Canada hosted the inaugural world championship for junior men in 1997 in Toronto, and the 2017 championship is the latest addition to Canada’s rich history of hosting major international competitions.
Please direct any questions to Ryan Lauzon, Volunteer Coordinator at Wheelchair Basketball Canada.
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