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Creating a Safer Sport Environment with Background Screening


Background screening is essential to making sport safe for all participants. 

Registration open for the 2018 Petro-Canada Sport Leadership sportif


Three days of professional development, and networking with the top minds of Canadian sport, business, and education!

Seeking consulting services for coach development


Friends with an experienced consultant? Send them our way!

Two coaches take home 2017 B.C. Coach of the Year Award


Being the best ain't easy, but these two coaches show that it can be done. 

Once a coach, always a coach


Adam Ingle was inspired to become a coach when his son, James, was racing in a speed skating meet in Prince George.

The driving force behind sport: volunteers


Currently in her eighth year of coaching, Jenn McKellar shares her passion for volunteering and why she continues to support the next generation of athletes through her involvements for National Volunteer Week.

BC Winter Games propel B.C. coaches to the Winter Olympics


With two gold medals and a silver in hand after this past week’s Olympic finals, the Canadian ski cross team had much to celebrate.

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. 

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! 

Track Cycling Coach of the Year continues a legacy


Nearly five years ago, Barry Lyster was living and breathing in the world of professional cycling. He owned and managed Local Ride Bike Shop, as well as organized a number of professional races in the Lower Mainland. With over 20 years of cycling involvement in various capacities mirrored by a fierce adoration for the sport, Lyster had seen it all.

But even with years of experience, there are some things that you don’t see coming.