Pickleball Canada Announces the Location and Dates of the 2024 Myoflex®
Ottawa, ON – Pickleball Canada is thrilled to announce that Pickleball Nova Scotia has been selected to host the 2024 Myoflex® National Pickleball Championship. The marque annual pickleball tournament will be held from August 20 – 24 at the Sobeys Atlantic Tennis Centre in Bedford, Nova Scotia, on the outskirts of Halifax.
“Nova Scotia has experience in running several provincial and regional tournaments, including the 2023 Pickleball Canada Atlantic Regional Championship,” said Val Vollmin, President of Pickleball Canada. “With
the experience they have in creating a great event, we are excited to see Nationals come to the Maritimes for the first time.”
With space for up to 41 pickleball courts (a combination of indoor and outdoor), the facility has painted acrylic court surfaces that should be popular among players. Franklin will be the official ball for the 2024 Myoflex® Pickleball Canada National Championship, with Franklin being the official paddle and ball sponsor of Pickleball Canada.
“On behalf of Pickleball Nova Scotia, I would like to express our profound gratitude to Pickleball Canada for selecting Nova Scotia to host the 2024 Myoflex® Pickleball Canada National Championship”, said Donald Johnston, Chair of the Host Committee. “We look forward to welcoming athletes, fans, and Pickleball enthusiasts from across the nation for 5 days of competition, comradeship and most of all fun! We are eager to showcase the best of Nova Scotia to the participants and attendees, leaving them with unforgettable memories that they will carry with them for years to come.”
Over the course of five days, approximately 800 players from across Canada are expected to compete for the coveted title of being a 2024 national champion. Competition categories will include men’s and women’s doubles, mixed doubles, and men’s and women’s singles. As a Pickleball Canada sanctioned tournament, current international rules will be in effect.
Bedford sits at the northwestern end of the Bedford Basin and offers brilliant views of the Halifax Harbour from DeWolf Park. The area is known for Sunnyside Mall, the charming Bedford Basin Farmers’ Market and Garden Centre, and historic Hemlock Ravine Park.
For more information, please contact:
Carla Anderson, Executive Director
Pickleball Canada Organization
Donald Johnston, Host Committee Chair
Pickleball Nova Scotia