Here are the sports and venues for the 2020 BC Winter Games

Fort St. John and the Peace region plays host to the 2020 BC Winter Games from February 20 to 23, 2020.

Up to 1,800 athletes, coaches, and officials are expected for the Games, the first step for emerging athletes working their way to national and international success.

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Here are the list of sports and venues:

  1. Archery — Kids Field House

  2. Badminton — Margaret Ma Murray Community School

  3. Basketball (wheelchair) — Dr. Kearney Middle School

  4. Biathlon — North Peace Rod and Gun Club

  5. Curling — Fort St. John Curling Rink

  6. Diving — North Peace Leisure Pool

  7. Figure Skating — Taylor Arena

  8. Figure Skating (Special Olympics) — Taylor Arena

  9. Gymnastics — North Peace Secondary School

  10. Judo — Bert Bowes Middle School

  11. Karate — Pomeroy Hotel and Conference Centre

  12. Rhythmic Gymnastics — Duncan Cran Elementary School

  13. Ringette — Pomeroy Sport Centre

  14. Skiing (Alpine) — Bear Mountain Ski Hill

  15. Skiing (Cross Country) — Beatton Provincial Park

  16. Skiing (Cross Country Para) — Beatton Provincial Park

  17. Speed Skating — Pomeroy Sport Centre

  18. Speed Skating (Special Olympics) — Pomeroy Sport Centre

The Games, last hosted here in 1984, are expected to generate $1.6 million in economic activity. 

Up to 2,000 volunteers are needed to help make the Games a success.

To learn how to get involved, click here.

Email Managing Editor Matt Preprost at editor@ahnfsj.ca.

[Reader's Note: Rhythmic gymastics will take place at Duncan Cran Elementary School, not Robert Ogilvie.]

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