TeamBC 2025 Canada Summer Games: Kathy Shahbaz Appointed Medical Manager

The TeamBC 2025 Canada Summer Games Mission staff has been announced and we’re thrilled to announce that our very own Kathy Shahbaz, Manager of SportMed Safety & Event Services Manager has been appointed as the Medical Manager for TeamBC for the 2025 Canada Summer Games. This prestigious event will gather the nation’s top young athletes, and we are incredibly proud that Kathy will be playing a crucial role in ensuring their health and well-being.

The Importance of the Canada Summer Games

The Canada Summer Games is a premier multi-sport event that showcases the best young talent from across the country. Held every four years, the Games are a vital steppingstone for many athletes on their journey to national and international competition. The 2025 Games in St. John’s promise to be an exciting and inspiring event, filled with outstanding performances and memorable moments.

Kathy Shahbaz: A Pillar of Excellence

Kathy Shahbaz’s appointment as Medical Manager for TeamBC is a testament to her extensive expertise, dedication, and leadership in the field of sports medicine. Kathy has been instrumental in shaping the health and performance strategies. Her work with SportMedBC has been exemplary, and her new role with Team BC for the 2025 Canada Summer Games is a fitting recognition of her contributions.

Enhancing Athlete Experience

As the Medical Manager, Kathy will oversee a team of medical professionals dedicated to providing top-notch care to athletes. Her role will be pivotal in ensuring that the medical services at the Games are of the highest standard, promoting a safe and healthy environment for all participants. This includes everything from injury prevention and management to recovery and rehabilitation.

SportMedBC’s Commitment to Excellence

At SportMedBC, we are committed to fostering a culture of excellence and innovation in sports medicine. Kathy Shahbaz’s appointment is a reflection of our ongoing efforts to support and promote the best practices in athlete care. We are confident that her leadership will not only benefit the athletes with TeamBC at the 2025 Canada Summer Games but also set a new benchmark for medical services in sports events.

Looking Ahead to the 2025 Canada Summer Games

The anticipation for the 2025 Canada Summer Games is building for TeamBC, and we are excited to see the incredible talents of young athletes from across the country. With Kathy Shahbaz at the helm of the medical team, we know that the athletes will be in the best possible hands. Her expertise will be invaluable in ensuring that the Games are a resounding success, marked by outstanding athletic achievements and a strong emphasis on health and safety.

Join Us in Celebrating Kathy Shahbaz

We invite you to join us in celebrating Kathy Shahbaz’s appointment as Medical Manager for TeamBC for the 2025 Canada Summer Games. This is a moment of pride for SportMedBC and a testament to the exceptional talent within our organization. We look forward to supporting Kathy in her new role and to witnessing the positive impact she will undoubtedly have on the Games and the athletes competing.

Stay tuned for more updates as we get closer to the 2025 Canada Summer Games. Let’s cheer on Team BC and all the athletes who will be showcasing their talents in St. John’s!


Team BC is proud to announce the Mission Staff who will support British Columbia’s athletes, coaches, and managers at the St. John’s 2025 Canada Summer Games from August 8 – 25, 2025.

The Mission Staff team is led by Chef de Mission Eron Main and Assistant Chef de Mission Brianna Davey, who were named to their roles in May. Mission Staff are assigned to one of three areas – sport, special events, or communications – and work together to provide administrative, logistical, and performance preparation support.

See full TeamBC Mission staff list:

Team BC names Mission Staff for St. John’s 2025 Canada Summer Games

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