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The BC Games Society is looking for energetic and experienced volunteers to become members of Team BC’s 2021 Canada Summer Games mission staff! Every four years, British Columbia assembles a team of athletes, coaches, managers, and mission staff to represent the province at Canada's premiere multi-sport events – the Canada Winter Games and Canada Summer Games. The 2021 Canada Summer Games will bring together over 3,600 athletes, coaches, managers, and officials from every province and territory in Canada. Team BC athletes and coaches are the best in their age group and the...
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the recently released provincial government’s guidelines to restrict larger events until Phase 4 of their re-opening plan, event organizers have been forced to cancel the 2020 RBC GranFondo Whistler. While we are all devasted by this news we understand and support this decision as the health and safety of our communities is our first priority. We look forward to welcoming you back in 2021. In an effort to support riders and keep you active over the summer months SportMedBC and RBC GranFondo will be offering the 12-week Fondo Clinics training...
Share your love of running to connect and support our wonderful, strong and caring Canadian community, as we fundraise to support mental health. Registration on Race Roster is FREE but there will be an option to donate to support mental health if you’d like. On June 3rd, let’s all move across this country as many times as we can and show the world on Global Running Day how special our country is! We're all in this together, so let's remember what it's like to run together... apart. When : Wednesday, June 3rd – 12pm in your timezone on your favourite race FB pages...
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the hospitality industry, SportMedBC is supporting the BC Hospitality Foundation’s goal to help keep spirits up with a province-wide virtual event called the Hospitality Hustle . All are welcome to join in the BCHF’s FREE event, which involves engaging in physical activity of your choice and sharing your experience on social media. The event will conclude on the evening of Sunday, May 31, 2020 with a virtual dance party hosted by a live DJ. Keeping social distancing front of mind, the BCHF encourages participants to pick an...
With the continuing escalation of precautionary measures to mitigate transmission risks of the (COVID-19) Coronavirus, SportMedBC has suspended the delivery of all in-person programs and services effective March 16, 2020. We remain committed to delivering our sport training programs and sport safety courses and workshops in a way that is safe and have modified the format so they can be delivered virtually. 10K to Half Marathon Training Program Following the provincial health authority's recommendation to limit public gatherings, sadly we will be unable to hold weekly clinic meetups for...
Update March 30 As per our last update two weeks ago we promised to reassess the COVID-19 situation at the end of March and come to a decision on how to proceed for the remaining weeks of 2020 InTraining program. On the advice of government and public health authorities and with physical distancing measures likely in place for the foreseeable future, SportMedBC has made the decision to officially suspend all in-person training sessions for the remainder of the program. We will continue to offer online support to our participants and encourage you to continue with your training by running/...
Last updated on March 17, 2020 To focus efforts on containment of COVID-19 in British Columbia, public health officials have implemented the following measures: For everyone: The B.C. Ministry of Health has developed a self-assessment tool to help individuals to determine whether they may need further assessment or testing for COVID-19. The Ministry of Health notes this can be a self-assessment, or it can be completed on behalf of someone else. For sport organizations: Event cancellations: Event organizers are now required to cancel any gathering with more than 50 people – view the...
This joint message is from the Sport Medicine Advisory Committee comprised of Chief Medical Officers from the Canadian Olympic Committee, the Canadian Paralympic Committee, and the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network (COPSIN). It is meant to guide Sporting Organizations in decision-making with respect to travel to competitions within and outside Canada. Read more on prevention, treatment and travel guidelines for athletes and coaches, related to COVID-19. For athletes travelling for sport tournaments simply follow the standard precautions below to ensure that you remain...
You're invited to join SportMedBC's RunWalk Coach and resident Olympian Lynn Kanuka for an evening dedicated to our 2020 InTraining troupes. New Balance will open up their Langley store for our leaders and participants to take advantage of their IT discount at an after hours shopping opportunity and evening of informative talks. Light refreshments and snacks will be served. Our Guest Speaker Jag Bains (Physiotherapist and Kinesiologist) will be speaking about "The Importance of Cross Training for Injury Prevention and Optimal Run/Walk Technique". New Balance Store Langley,...
In partnership with the North Shore Triathlon, SportMedBC is launching a My First Triathlon clinic! This 12-week program is for the recreational athlete who has their eyes set on doing their first sprint triathlon. Experienced triathlete and coach Andrew Tuovinen and swim coach Stewart Scott, will progressively guide you through the multi-discipline training to reach the goal of completing the renowned North Shore Triathlon on May 18th, 2020 - a sprint triathlon featuring a 444m swim, 17.6K bike ride, and 5K run. Your training experience will include a 12-week sprint triathlon training...

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