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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.

Port Alberni Wrestler wins W.R. Bennet Award

Profiles
Port Alberni wrestler, Nolan Badovinac was announced as the recipient of the W.R.

Spectacular Performance by Team BC 2014 at Home-Province Games

News

In the fantastic final day of competition at the Special Olympics Canada 2014 Summer Games, Team BC members displayed outstanding achievements and sportsmanship that led Chef de Mission Shawn Fevens to call July 12 “a spectacular day for B.C.”

Annie Smith appointed as Executive Director

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On behalf of the Board and staff at Synchro BC, I am honoured to announce that effective July 2, 2014, Annie Smith will be fulfilling all duties and responsibilities related to the full-time position of EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR.

viaSport Coaches Retreat marks the first step toward building a stronger regional coach training network in B.C.

Coaching

Seventeen new regional Learning Facilitators trained at viaSport Coaches Retreat

Community of Iskut uses grant funding to increase sport opportunities for local Aboriginal youth

News

Aboriginal Youth Sport Legacy grant supports purchase of new sport equipment for use at local arena.

Honouring Bob Bearpark's legacy through Coaches viaSport

Coaching

Eighteen years ago, British Columbia lost an influential coach, mentor and friend in Bob Bearpark. Today, the legacy of Bob’s accomplishments are carried on through the Bearpark Foundation, recognizing and honouring his many contributions to sport in British Columbia and across Canada.

Judo BC Celebrates 50 years in 2014!

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Judo BC celebrated 50 years as a registered society, June 6, 2014 at the Executive Airport Plaza Hotel & Conference Centre in Richmond, BC. The evening’s master of ceremonies was Al Sakai who spoke to the importance of the people who give Judo BC its identity and character. During the course of the night, guests were treated to a buffet dinner, slide show, trivia contest, storytelling and more than a few good laughs.

Thirty-one countries to compete in Kamloops for international Athletics Championships

Events

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.

Girls Kayak Club develops female leaders in sport

Profiles

Girls Only grant supports Lax Kw’alaams Band in effort to get youth girls more active in their community.

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