Fin Williams (Hockey) named Team BC Flag Bearer
Team BC is ready for the 2019 Canada Winter Games with a contingent of 349 athletes, coaches, managers, and mission staff representing British Columbia at the Games in Red Deer from February 15 to March 3, 2019.
Team BC alumni Tyler Tardi, Sterling Middleton and Cassie Sharpe have big wins in curling and freestyle skiing
Tune in every Monday to learn more about the support team that will ensure our athletes are set up for success in Red Deer next February. This week: Kyler Nurmsoo!
National Coaches Week, Sept 19-27
Meet curling coach, Paul Tardi of Surrey, a NCCP Level 3 certified coach who has attended the 2012 and 2014 BC Games and 2015 Canada Winter Games.
Team BC alumni, Tyler Tardi and Sterling Middleton have been selected to represent Canada at the 2016 Youth Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway.
With a victory over Team Alberta, Team BC finishes fifth overall in curling.
After a disappointing loss to a focused Team New Brunswick in curling, Team BC will play for fifth against Team Alberta tomorrow at 9 a.m.
In curling today, Team BC capitalized on the final play against Team Saskatchewan to finish second in their pool. Quarterfinals are tomorrow at noon.
Team BC has a tiring day with a win against Team PEI and a close game resulting in a loss against Team Ontario. Despite the loss, they have secured themselves a spot in the quarterfinals.
Team BC continue their win streak in curling against Team Yukon. They take on Team PEI and Team Ontario tomorrow.