Team BC ends the games with the most gold medals ever in a winter games with 30.
BC won 87 medals at these games, just shy of the 88 it won in both 2015 (a home Games) and 2011.
Team BC's women's hockey team battled in a tense game against Ontario to win the bronze medal 5-4 at the Canada Winter Games.
It's the first medal for the women's Team BC program at the Games since they won a silver medal in 1991.
Summerland's Heming Sola raced to a bronze medal at the Canada Winter Games in the men's alpine ski cross event.
In curling, skip Hayato Sato (Coquitlam) turned in a masterful performance in the finals and received solid support from his team in earning gold before another excellent crowd at the Pidherney Centre.
The team had finished the round-robin with 9-1 win-loss records before earning a berth into Saturday’s championship final.
Cross country wouldn't let the flu travelling through the team deny them of a medal. Rémi Drolet (Rossland), Jasmine Drolet (Rossland), Elizabeth Elliott (Revelstoke) and Ian Williams (Kelowna) added to Team BC's medal count with a gold medal performance in the mixed relay.
In squash, both men’s and women’s teams took home silver medals. In the women’s final, team Ontario and team British Columbia put on quite the show as they split their matches 2-2 and it came down to a tiebreaker for the gold medal.
Team BC consisted of Cindy Cao (Richmond), Sarah Cao, Richmond, Quan Ng (Richmond) and Lucia Bicknel (West Vancouver).