This summer, from August 6 - 10, the city of Kamloops will be a hosting 31 countries for the 2014 North America, Central America, and Caribbean (NACAC) U-23 Athletics Championships. The competition is held every two years in different host countries and will see over 400 athletes from countries such as Anguilla all the way to Trinidad and Tobago in fierce competition for the podium.
Afternoon Social Curling League for ladies aged 55 + receives grant funding to support another successful season.
Girls Only grant supports Lax Kw’alaams Band in effort to get youth girls more active in their community.
Congratulations to Ryder Gillis from Adaptive Sports at Sun Peaks; he is the winner of our Mountain Lover Facebook photo contest! Runner up is Avalene Manchester.
In mid-January, Eric Sinker, viaSport's coaching and leadership development manager, had the opportunity to travel up to Prince George, B.C. and meet some of our past grant recipients in the region.
Eight new freestyle ski coaches to be trained in Prince George in preparation for 2015 Canada Games
Since 1978, the BC Games have been bringing British Columbia's best emerging high performance athletes, trained coaches, and certified officials together for four days of exhilarating multi-sport competition.
When Prince George biathlete Sarah Beaudry took to the biathlon course Sunday, she didn’t figure on winning a world bronze medal.
My name is Annabelle Kovacs. I was born on April 20, 1996. I graduated from Magee Secondary School. I was in the SPARTS program.
What do CFL football and ringette have in common? Ask Richard White.
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