Over 3,200 participants will compete in 18 different sports at the 2016 BC Summer
Games. While you will be busy with your sport competitions, it is also a big part of
the Games experience to interact with athletes from other sports and cheer them on
in their competitions.
Most of the sport venues are located in Abbotsford, however, the neighbouring
communities of Harrison Hot Springs and the Township of Langley will also host
The venue locations and sport schedules can be found atBCGAMES.ORG.
Your Provincial Sport Organization may have arranged for one
or more of the following on Thursday, July 21:
a full practice at the competition venue for
a tour of your competition venue
a practice at an alternate venue, a clinic or
seminar at your competition venue or
Refer to your
Bus & Meal Schedule
you will receive when you arrive, for practice times for your
sport, if applicable.
Competition will begin Friday, July 22, and will conclude no
later than noon on Sunday, July 24. Your sport’s competition
schedule has been organized by your Provincial Advisor,
who has been selected by your Provincial Sport Organization,
to coordinate all preparations for your event. The Provincial
Advisor will be present at the Games.
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