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National Coaches Week
viaSport and the Province are celebrating British Columbia and National Coaches Week from September 19 to 27.
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NOTE: Currently, all ministerial orders made by the solicitor general under the Emergency Program Ac
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As of August 24, 2020, B.C.'s amateur sport sector has moved into Phase 3.
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On March 12, viaSport intended to recognize three outstanding coaches and deserving winners of the 2019 Coach of the

BC Coaches Week Profile: Charlie Law - Baseball and Basketball

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British Columbia Coaches Week is September 20-27.  An initiative of viaSport, this week focuses on the recruitment, development and celebration of sport coaches with events around the province.   In honour of BC Coaches Week, we wanted to introduce and profile some of our BC Games Coaches.

BC Coaches Week Profile: Nicole Poirier, Karate

Profiles
 
British Columbia Coaches Week is September 20-27.  An initiative of viaSport, this week focuses on the recruitment, development and celebration of sport coaches with events around the province.   In honour of BC Coaches Week, we wanted to introduce and profile some of our BC Games Coaches.

BC Coaches Week Profile: Devin Rubadeau - Sailing

Profiles
 
British Columbia Coaches Week is September 20-27.  An initiative of viaSport, this week focuses on the recruitment, development and celebration of sport coaches with events around the province.   In honour of BC Coaches Week, we wanted to introduce and profile some of our BC Games Coaches.

BC Hockey Celebrates Coaches Week

Coaching

In celebration of BC Coaches Week, we asked members to tell us ‘Why Their Coach Rocks!’  We had some amazing nominations!

Pendrel Wins 2nd Career World Title, Hafjell, Norway (MTB XC Women's Elite)

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(Hafjell, Nor – September 6, 2014) Canada’s Catharine Pendrel of Kamloops, BC won the elite women World Championships title on Saturday, in Hafjell, Norway, her career second title.

Pendrel finished the course with a time of 1:31:30, crossing the finish line 21 seconds ahead of former World Champion Irina Kalentieva of Russia and 43 seconds ahead of American Lea Davidson.

Silver for Canada at FINA World Women’s Youth (18U) Water Polo Championships

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The Canadian 18U women’s national team earned a silver medal, on Sunday, August 31, in Madrid, at the conclusion of the 2nd FINA World Women’s Youth Water Polo Championships. Canada had been described through the tournament as a team which never made any noise, but managed to make their way to the final, fighting for the gold medal against the Americans after having previously defeated Hungary 10-9 in the semi-finals.

Tanya Hanson - Camp Pass It On

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Taya Hanson (Kelowna, BC), was one of three Canadians to attend Camp Pass It On in Turkey this August. Basketball BC was proud to be able to support her with this wonderful opportunity.

Taya took time to blog about the experience - read an excerpt here:

Tsawwassen twins are beach volleyball stars with single-minded ambition

Profiles

 

What’s a set of identical twins without a good story about mistaken identity? A prank? Trading places?

Nicole and Megan McNamara, the star beach volleyball siblings from Tsawwassen, probably have many a story to tell but they were asked for just one. Their favourite.

2014 BC Summer Games Comes to an End

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The 2014 BC Summer Games in Nanaimo, BC came to a close on Sunday in what was an action packed four day competition between eight zones t

First ever live-stream for Special Olympics 2014 Summer Games, drawing viewers from 81 countries worldwide

Events

For the first time in their history, the Special Olympics Canada 2014 Summer Games were live-streamed to the world from the University of British Columbia (UBC) July 9 – 12, 2014 – a service proudly provided by viaSport British Columbia.

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