Ice sledge hockey Euros, Pan Pacifics to be shown live

Full coverage details for the Pan Pacifics between 29 March – 2 April and Euros from 5-10 April. 24 Mar 2016
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Group of sledge hockey players celebrating on the ice

Team USA celebrating (Steve Cash, Samuel Mumper, Paul Schaus, Josh Pauls) their victory over Canada in the gold medal game at the 2015 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships A-Pool in Buffalo, USA.

ⒸBill Wippert
By IPC

IPC Ice Sledge Hockey has revealed full coverage details for the 2016 Pan Pacific and European Championships, taking place in Buffalo, USA, and Ostersund, Sweden, respectively over the coming weeks.

2016 Ice Sledge Hockey Pan Pacific Championships – 29 March – 2 April

Full live coverage from the HARBORCENTER in Buffalo, New York, will be shown at Paralympic.org/Buffalo-2016 alongside live results.

In a historic moment for the sport, the first Pan Pacifics will feature Paralympic and world champions the USA, World Championships silver medallists Canada, South Korea and a Pan Pacific team made up of players from Japan and other participating countries.

Competition schedule (all times EST)

29 March, 15:00, Canada v South Korea

29 March, 19:00, USA v Team Pan Pacific

30 March, 15:00, South Korea v Team Pan Pacific

30 March, 19:00 USA v Canada

31 March, rest day

1 April, 15:00, Canada v Team Pan Pacific

1 April, 19:00, USA v South Korea

2 April, 15:00, bronze medal game

2 April, 19:00, gold medal game

Pictures of the medal matches will be available for download on Flickr.

Media wishing to attend the Pan Pacific Championships should contact [email protected].

2016 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey European Championships – 5-10 April

Full live coverage and results from the Ostersund Arena will be shown online.

More information about the Championships is available at the event website.

Defending champions Italy will take on Sochi 2014 Paralympic Games silver medallists Russia, Norway, Czech Republic, Germany and the host nation Sweden.

Competition schedule (all times CEST)

5 April, 12:00, Italy v Germany

5 April, 15:00, Russia v Czech Republic

5 April, 18:00, Norway v Sweden

6 April, 12:00, Italy v Czech Republic

6 April, 15:00, Norway v Germany

6 April, 18:00, Russia v Sweden

7 April 12:00, Norway v Italy

7 April, 15:00, Russia v Germany

7 April, 18:00, Sweden v Czech Republic

8 April, rest day

9 April, 12:00, Norway v Czech Republic

9 April, 15:00, Germany v Sweden

9 April, 18:00, Russia v Italy

10 April, 12:00 Germany v Czech Republic

10 April, 15:00, Italy v Sweden

10 April, 18:00, Russia v Norway

Pictures will be available for download on Flickr.

Media wishing to attend the European Championships should contact [email protected].

Updates from both Championships will be posted throughout at @IPCISH and Facebook.