ringette


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ringette

(rɪŋˈɛt)
n
a team sport played on ice, using straight sticks to control a rubber ring
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The 2019 Provincial Ringette Championships will return to the place the sport all began this March.
A study from Canada about recreational female players of ringette (a sport similar to ice hockey) showed that players who planned to return for the next season viewed social cohesion as significantly higher than those who did not plan to return; and a follow-up study with elite players of the same sport supported the findings of the first study (Spink, 1995).
We also have a really interesting sport called ringette, which has gathered momentum and piqued interest for a lot of people."
Supporting The Nine Stages of Athlete Development, FASSCI offers a variety of skating programs for recreational to high performance skaters; for those wanting to learn to skate to athletes wanting to improve their on-ice speed and power for hockey or ringette or for the beginner to nationally ranked speed skating athlete.
Recently at the Southdale Community Centre, little warning was given to community members that fees would be going up from $85 per family to $110 per hockey and ringette player.
She enjoys music (especially playing the piano and violin), ringette (a game played on ice with sticks and a rubber ring), skiing, swimming, reading, and writing.
Social cohesion was also the predominant factor when examining the willingness to return for the following season in a sample of 142 recreational female ringette players (Spink, 1995).
from the Beardy's and Okemasis First Nation; provincial table tennis team member, Delvin Cappo from the Carry the Kettle First Nation; Jacqueline Lavallee, a Metis and former Canada West soccer all-star and All-Canadian basketball coach; University of Saskatchewan Huskies basketball captain Michael Link later from the Thunder child First Nation; and Saskatchewan ringette silver medalist Teagan Marion from the James Smith First Nation.
Canadian women are viewed as legitimate for initially having participated in female versions of hockey such as ringette before playing hockey.
She competes in national-level field hockey and international-level ringette. And she is the youngest female athlete ever to play on a Canadian university team!