Judo Competitors Face Off at 2020 BC Winter Games

Judo Competitors Face Off at 2020 BC Winter Games

The competitors are called to the mat, but only one person walks on. They face the empty space across from them, bow, step forward bow again. The ref raises their hand, awarding the match, and the person again bows, and leaves.

Saturday, February 22, 2020/Author: BC Winter Games/Number of views (907)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Windy weather didn't stop the fun at Alpine Skiing

Windy weather didn't stop the fun at Alpine Skiing

The winds were blowing at Bear Mountain Ski Hill, just outside of Dawson Creek, as the BC Winter Games alpine skiing kicked off. Sunny skies and good snow condition more than made up for the gusting winds. None of the athletes seemed too bothered by the gales, including 12-year-old Ewan Hawes from Prince George, B.C.

Saturday, February 22, 2020/Author: BC Games Society/Number of views (1042)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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A New Look at the Court

A New Look at the Court

Trent Read is a teacher at Dr. Kearney Middle School in Fort St. John. When he’s not in the classroom, he is fulfilling his other passion - basketball. He has a coaching history of 20 years, working with three different schools, and at times working with athletes ranging from grades 4 to grade 10. This week, with the 2020 Fort St. John BC Winter Games, Read found a way to get involved with the sport he loves and is taking on a new role as a scorekeeper for Wheelchair Basketball. 

Saturday, February 22, 2020/Author: BC Games Society/Number of views (673)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Para Nordic Skier competes in first race at Winter Games

Para Nordic Skier competes in first race at Winter Games

On Friday, February 21, Kaden Baum, the only Para Nordic skier at the 2020 Fort St John BC Winter Games, raced a 2.5km loop at Beatton Provincial Park in his sit-ski.

Friday, February 21, 2020/Author: BC Winter Games/Number of views (810)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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5,000 meals and one bag of garbage – innovative waste management happening at BC Winter Games!

5,000 meals and one bag of garbage – innovative waste management happening at BC Winter Games!

The Northern Environmental Action Committee (NEAT) is working hard to keep the environmental impacts of the BC Winter Games as low as possible. Since Wednesday, approximately 5,000 meals have been served to athletes, coaches and officials and it has created only one bag of garbage. 

Friday, February 21, 2020/Author: BC Winter Games/Number of views (1646)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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