Team BC has unveiled the list of U13 (Grade 6/7) and Grade 8 players that have been invited to take part in a mini-camp and showcase game as part of the upcoming Legacy Performance Games in Kamloops.
The U13 list of players can be found here.
The Grade 8 list of players can be found here.
Players will have two days worth of practices before being split up on the final day for an end-of-camp exhibition game.
Invited players can register here. The early-bird deadline is Monday, June 29. The final deadline is Monday, July 6.
The tentative schedule is as follows.
Friday, July 24
9 am - Depart from Lower Mainland
*players are encouraged to meet the team in Kamloops but transportation will be made available at an added cost*
2:30 pm – Practice in Kamloops
5:30 pm – Legacy Performance Games Opening Ceremonies
Saturday, July 25
9:30 am – Practice
3:30 pm – Practice
7:30 pm – Legacy Games activities
Sunday, July 26
9:30 am – U13 game
11:30 am – Grade 8 game
2:30 pm – Departure from Kamloops
About the Legacy Performance Games
These Multi-Sport Games are geared towards sports that are not traditionally involved in other Major Multi-Sport Games (i.e. BC Games, Canada Games). While competing within their own disciplines the athletes will get the experience of a Multi-Sport Games, with the comradery and inclusion, as other sport participants’ watch and cheer them on. The Kamloops Legacy Performance Games has a lot to offer, such as great entertainment at the Opening Ceremonies, access to Kamloops’ World Class Facilities and the ability to have their sport showcased in a Games Environment in Kamloops, Canada’s Tournament Capital. Each athlete will receive and athlete gift bag courtesy of the Kamloops Legacy Performance Games committee.
Sport that are included in the Kamloops Legacy Performance Games:
Equestrian (dressage, Jumping)
International Wheelchair Tennis Tournament