BC Summer Games

BC Summer Games gold medallist Loryn Roberts. (Submitted by Nick Zuback)

Cowichan wrestlers battle to team gold at Summer Games

4 individual medals added to dual meet title

 

BC Summer Games silver medallists Ella Hudon, Sofia Atkins and Ava Ference. (Submitted by Shannon Atkins)

Shawnigan players and coaches help Zone 6 to rugby silver

Final was a ‘feat of physicality and passion’

 

Addison Urqhuart and Nate Akhurst display the gold medals they won with the Vancouver Island-Central Coast team at the 2022 BC Summer Games in Prince George. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)

Cowichan lacrosse players win Summer Games gold

Youngest players on Island team pulled their weight as team went undefeated

 

Cowichan Valley track and field athletes who competed at the 2022 BC Summer Games. Back row: Makenna Forcier, Annette Blumel and Danika Lazenby. Front row: Tori Johnston, Nova Wedmann-Kent and Alexa Dow. 
Missing: Ethan Chen. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)

New friends and medal haul highlight BC Summer Games for Cowichan athletes

Track and field athletes bring home seven medals from Prince George

Cowichan Valley track and field athletes who competed at the 2022 BC Summer Games. Back row: Makenna Forcier, Annette Blumel and Danika Lazenby. Front row: Tori Johnston, Nova Wedmann-Kent and Alexa Dow. 
Missing: Ethan Chen. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
Abby Huck (left) and Madison Savory (second from right) display their gold medals along with Zone 6 coach Nicola Horwood and teammate Brooke Mauke. (Submitted by Monni Savory)

Cowichan water-skiers splash to Summer Games gold

Madison Savory wins in trick, Abby Huck wins in jump

Abby Huck (left) and Madison Savory (second from right) display their gold medals along with Zone 6 coach Nicola Horwood and teammate Brooke Mauke. (Submitted by Monni Savory)
Agata Minka and Anya Prokopchuk won double gold medals at the 2022 BC Summer Games in Prince George last month. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
Agata Minka and Anya Prokopchuk won double gold medals at the 2022 BC Summer Games in Prince George last month. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
Athletics medallists Nova Wedmann-Kent and Alexa Dow. (Submitted by Andrea Dow)
Athletics medallists Nova Wedmann-Kent and Alexa Dow. (Submitted by Andrea Dow)
Kassidy Ralfs, Miller Fletcher and Bella Anderton-Teasdale are representing Zone 6 at the BC Summer Games, which start this Thursday in Prince George. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)

Cowichan softball trio heading for BC Summer Games

Players represent Victoria and Langford club teams

Kassidy Ralfs, Miller Fletcher and Bella Anderton-Teasdale are representing Zone 6 at the BC Summer Games, which start this Thursday in Prince George. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
Cowichan Thunder goalie Jaydon Strom will be suiting up for Team Indigenous at the BC Summer Games, while Addison Urquhart and Nate Akhurst will play for the Vancouver Island-Central Coast team. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)

Cowichan Valley lacrosse players eye possible BC Summer Games showdown

Thunder players will be part of Vancouver Island and Indigenous teams

Cowichan Thunder goalie Jaydon Strom will be suiting up for Team Indigenous at the BC Summer Games, while Addison Urquhart and Nate Akhurst will play for the Vancouver Island-Central Coast team. (Kevin Rothbauer/Citizen)
BC Games logo. (File photo)

Cowichan athletes open BC Summer Games Thursday

More than 40 Valley athletes competing in 13 sports in Prince George

BC Games logo. (File photo)
Emily Bowden, left, a competitor in the upcoming B.C. Summer Games; Lacey Reay, mechanical engineering student behind the construction of the torch; Melanie Mark, Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport, and Jamin Zuroski, Indigenous artist behind the look and feel of the torch. (Megan Atkins-Baker/News Staff)

VIDEO: Torch design for B.C. Games unveiled at Vancouver Island college

B.C. Games Society, Camosun Innovates, mechanical engineering students bring concept to life

Emily Bowden, left, a competitor in the upcoming B.C. Summer Games; Lacey Reay, mechanical engineering student behind the construction of the torch; Melanie Mark, Minister of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport, and Jamin Zuroski, Indigenous artist behind the look and feel of the torch. (Megan Atkins-Baker/News Staff)

Directors named for Cowichan 2018 BC Summer Games

Sixteen local volunteers join president Jennifer Woike and vice-president Mona Kaiser.

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