Walking basketball is brand new and coming to Christchurch for the first time this summer
Brought to you by the Canterbury Basketball Association, this modified version of the game is set to welcome people from all abilities and backgrounds to the sport.
Community Manager James Lissaman is looking forward to providing another format of the game for people to play: “We are trying to give people a low impact chance to either return to basketball or start taking it up – it still has a lot of the strategic elements of regular basketball but the athletic requirements are considerably less so it really appeals to a whole range of people.”
The first “Have a Go” Introductory Session is on Tuesday 23 February at Cowles Stadium and will be offered for free, with regular sessions will start from 2 March 10am-12pm and run for six weeks – $45 per person for all six sessions.
What Is Walking Basketball?
Walking Basketball is a modified version of basketball, which has a simple premise: players can only walk; players do what they can manage; and the sessions are about enjoyment as opposed to competition
What are the Benefits of Playing?
Who is Walking Basketball For?
If you want to find out more, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or come to the free session on Tuesday 23 February.