Game Plan BC


Game Plan BC supported BC's high-performance athletes in 17 Olympic and Paralympic winter sports with funds for coaching, cross-training, equipment and travel. Created in 2003, Game Plan BC aimed to increase the number of BC athletes on national and Olympic teams, and on the podium at the 2010 Winter Games.

The program also supported the growth and advancement of provincial sport organizations to ensure a strong foundation for winter sport success in BC beyond 2010. Game Plan BC was in partnership with Canadian Sport Centre Pacific and is supported by the Province of British Columbia.

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  1. A game plan for success

    Summerland's Matt Crosby is a high-performance athlete who receives support from Game Plan BC to help him reach his Olympic dreams.

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  2. Video: Connecting the BC Sport Sector Together

    Moira Gookstetter, CEO of Gymnastics BC, talks about how 2010 Legacies Now has helped to connect the BC sports sector together.

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  3. Video: High Performance Sport and 2010 Legacies Now

    Wendy Pattenden, President of Canadian Sport Centre Pacific, talks about the role 2010 Legacies Now has played in High Performance Sport in BC.

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  4. Innovative athlete development program helps B.C. athletes prepare for 2010 and beyond

    More than 40 athletes from British Columbia will compete in the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games with dreams of bringing home a gold medal. To help them reach their goal, 2010 Legacies Now and the government of British Columbia have invested in B.C.'s most promising winter athletes through a program called Game Plan BC.

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