The women’s hockey team moved to a 3-0 record after skating to an easy win over Nova Scotia on Tuesday.
Team BC is the only squad in Pool B of the preliminary round to go undefeated. In Pool A, Quebec is also undefeated. Team BC will next play on Thursday.
Cross country athletes added five more medals to Team BC’s tally to bring us up to 42 (11 gold, 12 silver and 19 bronze).
Benita Peiffer (Whistler) won a silver medal in the women's cross country sprint final. Maya Jonas (North Vancouver) along with her guide Jamie Stirling (North Vancouver) won bronze in the para Nordic Stand event. Ethan Hess (Pemberton) won the gold medal; Leo Samarelli (Vancouver) won the silver and Paul Finkbeiner (Vancouver) bronze, as BC swept the podium in Para Nordic Sit Men event.
Maja Bonham (Vancouver), Jordyn Yendley (Kelowna), Gavin Dodd (Kamloops) and Declan McLean (Burnaby) won the bronze medal in the team event in trampoline.
Team BC Judo added two silver medals and two bronze medals in their first day of competition.
Korin Gardner (Nanaimo) defeated Katuso Leung (Alberta) to a bronze medal in the male 55 kilogram category. Team BC teammate Finn Shroeder (Whistler) then defeated Ethan Kean (NL) in seconds to earn himself a bronze medal in the 66 kg category.
Kimiko Kamstra (Prince George) lost in the gold medal final by submission to Evelyn Beaton (Alberta) in the 44 kg weight category. Kamstra takes home the silver medal at these 2019 Canada Winter Games after having to fight a full day of pool matches to secure her place in the final.
Klavdia Danilkov (Vancouver) was defeated by Emilia Tesanovic (Alberta) in the 48 kg weight category following her own day of competition. Danilkov earned the silver medal. Danilkov was defeated by submission.