Team USA is gearing up for the 2014 Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia from March 7-16!
The 2014 U.S. Paralympic Curling Team, pictured above, is comprised of (from left) Patrick McDonald (skip) of Madison, WI; David Palmer (vice) of Mashpee, MA; James Joseph (second) of New Hartford, NY; Penny Greely (lead) of Green Bay, WI; and Meghan Lino (alternate) of East Falmouth, MA.
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NBC Olympics and the United States Olympic Committee will present an unprecedented 52 hours of coverage of the upcoming Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games across NBC and NBCSN including 27 hours of live coverage, beginning with the Opening Ceremony on March 7 at 11 a.m. ET on NBCSN. Click here for the coverage schedule.
Click here for live online coverage of all competitions!
During the winter, the STARS Program offers wheelchair curling in conjunction with the Utica Curling Club (UCC), which operates one of the country’s premier curling facilities. Currently, all members of the United States Wheelchair Curling National Team are also members of the Sitrin STARS. The Team regularly takes part in national and international competitions.
In fact, Sitrin STARS athletes have represented the United States at each World Championship since 2004, capped by a bronze medal performance at the 2008 World Championships. Additionally, the team competed at the 2006 and 2010 Paralympic Winter Games and will compete in Sochi in the 2014 Paralympic Games.
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