Six Nations man to compete in 2018 Special Olympics

OHSWEKEN – Judi Henhawk’s son, Seneca Henhawk is headed to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island for the Special Olympics 5-pin Bowling Championships later this month from May 14 to 20.

Henhawk scored 335-184 at a Tuesday Night Special Olympics competition a few weeks ago as he prepares for the larger Championship in PEI.

The 2018 5-Pin Bowling Championships will offer Charlottetown a unique experience to Special Olympics athletes from across Canada,” said Blair McIntosh, Vice President, Sport, Special Olympics Canada. “As one of Special Olympics Canada’s most popular sports, this competition will offer athletes an opportunity to compete in a stand-alone National event for the sport.”

This year over 200 bowlers will be competing in Charlottetown.

5-pin Bowling is one of the original Special Olympics sports and it also has the most registered athletes with 13,435 participants across Canada.

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