When the Olympic Games get underway in Rio there will be 37 Team Canada athletes who will remember that their journey began with the BC Games and Team BC.
There are 142 athletes, 45% of the national team, with a connection to B.C. on the Canadian Olympic team heading to Rio. This is the largest percentage of national team athletes with an affiliation to B.C. in recent history.
2017 Canada Summer Games
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Six Team BC alumni have been named to the Canadian Rowing team to compete at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.
Team BC has selected the 21 Mission Staff who will support British Columbia’s athletes, coaches, and managers as they prepare for and compete at these national multi-sport Games.
Team BC alumni Ryan Cochrane and Liz Gleadle are featured in the Canadian Olympic Team Ice in our Veins campaign ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Six Team BC alumni have been named to the Canadian Swimming team for Rio 2016 including Ryan Cochrane, Richard Weinberger, Hilary Caldwell and Emily Overholt.
The BC Games Society, Canadian Sport Institute - Pacific, viaSport, and SportMedBC are inviting qualified Mental Performance Consultants to apply for one of two available positions with Team BC for the 2017 Canada Summer Games.
We are looking for enthusiastic and experienced people to join Team BC's Mission Staff for the 2017 Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg. Apply by March 7 to be part of the action!
Rob Needham has been appointed as the Chef de Mission and Michelle Collens and Eric Chéné as the Assistant Chefs de Mission for Team BC for the 2017 Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg.