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#BCSUMMERGAMES

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

some events.

The venue locations and sport schedules can be found at

BCGAMES.ORG.

Practice Times

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

your sport

a tour of your competition venue

a practice at an alternate venue, a clinic or

seminar at your competition venue or

another location

Refer to your

Bus & Meal Schedule

and

Sport Schedule

, which

you will receive when you arrive, for practice times for your

sport, if applicable.

Competition

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.

Sport Information

Follow the Action

BCGAMES.ORG

is your source for everything happening at the

BC Summer Games. Venues, schedules, participant lists, results, stories,

photos, and more.

Join the conversation and connect with us on

Facebook (BCGamesSociety)

and @BCGames1 on

Twitter a

nd

Instagram

. Follow and use

#BCSummerGames or #GoAbbyGames.

Read all about the Games in print or online through the Black Press network

of community papers, including the Abbotsford News; visi

t abbynews.com.

Tune into Global BC news programs or visit

globalnews.ca/bc

during the

Games for special live interviews and stories. Watch BC Games TV powered

by viaSport at

viasport.ca

for behind the scenes stories from the BC Games.