Wesley Chiu (Richmond) has a silver lining to his first Canada Winter Games experience after coming in second in the novice men's figure skating event.
Adi Shapira (Vancouver) stated from the outset of the Canada Winter Games that she wanted a top three finish, on Thursday she took the silver medal.
"It is an amazing reward for all the training I have been doing and it is just an amazing accomplishment," said Shapira who won silver in the archery recurve - individual female event.
Adam Deane (North Delta) took bronze in the individual recurve. Spencer Gamache (Quesnel) won silver in the men's individual compound in the archery event on Thursday.
Three Team BC snowboard athletes landed gold, silver and bronze between the men's and women's slopestyle event.
Finn Finestone (Whistler) will bring home a gold medal and Jadyn Chomlack (Pemberton) a bronze after laying down strong runs at the Canada Winter Games.
Juliette Pelchat (Whistler) was sitting at the top of the heap after the qualification runs with a score of 95.20. In the finals, her first run score of 66.20 stuck giving her the silver medal.
Team BC figure skating dance novice mix duo of Kiera Kam (Burnaby) and Matthew Carter (Langley) won gold.
"I honestly didn't think we would come to the Canada Winter Games so when we got here I was stunned and thought what a great opportunity. I knew there was a lot of great teams coming here, so getting gold — and my partner performing as well as she did — I was so proud and happy. I even cried a little bit, this is just so awesome," said Carter.
Maya Jonas (Vancouver) picked up her third medal of the 2019 Canada Winter Games on the cross country course.
Andy Lin (Burnaby) held off two Ontario athletes to win gold in the para nordic standing men's five kilometre race.
For the third time this week, Team BC para nordic athletes have swept the podium.
It was deja vu for the trio of athletes, as Ethan Hess (Pemberton) collected his third gold medal, Leo Sammarelli (Vancouver) his third silver and Paul Finkbeiner (Vancouver) his third bronze. The group swept the podium in the men’s sitting five kilometre event.