Up to 30 high-performing athletes will be selected to receive funding and resources to pursue their Olympic dreams.
Leading Team BC into the Opening Ceremony in Red Deer will be Fin Williams (North Vancouver) of men’s hockey.
The Canadian Sport School (CSS) is looking for Canada’s future National Team members, Olympians and Paralympians.
Recognize any of these phenomenal individuals?
B.C-connected athletes earned 57% of the Canadian Paralympic Team’s total medal count, including four gold, three silver and nine bronze medals!
Although a lack of awareness continues to exist for para-athletes, even at the highest level of competition at the Paralympics, countless organizations across the province continue to advocate for the importance of accessibility and inclusive sport.
There are 24 athletes with connections to B.C. competing in the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Paralympic Games, which twice as many as those who competed at Sochi 2014.
Thirteen athletes are coming home to British Columbia with medals from the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Games!
A total of 55 athletes have been named to the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Team! Find out who's from B.C.
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.