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BC connected and CSI-Pacific affiliated athletes are major factor in Team Canada's best ever Summer Olympics


Team Canada beat the Tokyo heat to have unprecedented success at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, winning 24 medals – a record for Canada in a no

Twelve B.C. athletes bring home medals


Twelve athletes from British Columbia are bringing home eight medals from the Rio 2016 Olympic Summer Games, including team medals in sports such as swimming, soccer, cycling, rugby and rowing. A total of 142 athletes with a connection to B.C. competed at the Games in 18 different sports. Of those, provincially-affiliated athletes earned 50% of the Canadian Olympic Team’s total medal count: one gold, one silver and nine bronze medals.

No place like home?


Competing on home turf has plenty of advantages — but there are also some pitfalls to prepare for. This article was originally published in Coaches plan by the Coaching Association of Canada on and written by Rosalind Stefanac.

BC makes up 20 per cent of Team Canada at 2015 TORONTO Parapan Am Games


In just two days, Toronto will welcome 71 BC-linked athletes, guides and officials to the 2015 Parapan American Games. Forty-four athletes and guides that reside from and/or train in BC will make up 20 per cent of Team Canada’s 216 Parapan Am roster, ready to compete on home soil against 28 countries from North America, South America, Latin America and the Caribbean.

More than 150 BC athletes join #TEAMCANADA at 2015 TORONTO Pan Am Games


More than 150 BC athletes are set to attend the 2015 TORONTO Pan Am Games over the next two weeks as part of Team Canada. Kicking off this Thursday, July 10, BC athletes will join more than 700 of the nation’s top male and female athletes as they go head-to-head against 40 countries from North America, South America, Latin America and the Caribbean in the quest for gold. 

Canadian Paralympic Committee announces appointment of Peter Lawless as Ombudsperson for Toronto 2015 Parapan and Rio 2016 Paralympic Games


The Canadian Paralympic Committee is very pleased to announce that Peter Lawless, an accomplished lawyer and coach, has been appointed Team Canada’s Ombudsperson for the Toronto 2015 Parapan American Games and the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.