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Finalists announced for the Sport BC 52nd Annual Athlete of the Year Awards


Outstanding amateur athletes, coaches and officials have been named as finalists at the upcoming 52nd Athlete of the Year Awards. 

Fuelling Youth Performance for Indigenous Athletes


PISE and Island Savings, a division of First West Credit Union, are proud to announce Fuelling Youth Performance, a new program supporting Indigenous youth.

Equal opportunity at the Olympics? Yes please.


There is a fierce army of Olympians who realize the barriers continuing to persist for girls and women in sport, including Jenn Heil. 

More than a Quarter of Team Canada’s Athletes are from B.C.


Noteworthy, considering that B.C. only accounts for 13% of the country's population. Go, Canada, go!

PyeongChang 2018, here we come!


Each of you has supported our athletes and coaches throughout the province to get to where they are, and are currently helping others achieve their goals, as well.

Funding available to develop disability sport in Northern B.C.


Organizations in Northern B.C. can apply for up to $25,000 to enhance the quality of sport, recreation and physical activity experiences for those with disabilities! 

Nominate a coach for the Coach of the Year Awards


Know of a coach who has made lasting impact on yourself and/or others? Nominate them for the 2017 viaSport Coach of the Year Awards! 

Save The Date | #LevelTheField


T-42 days until our #LevelTheField event for International Women's Day. Save the date. 

3 habits of a good negotiator

Best Practices

Relationship preservation can be pushed to the sidelines when emotionally-charged parties in sport face each other in conflict.

Applications for Hosting BC sport event grants now open


Communities and organizations interested in hosting sporting events in 2018 can now apply for funding up to $35,000 through the Hosting BC grant program.