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BC Sports Hall of Fame – The BC Sports Hall of Fame is extremely proud to announce that the Indigenous Sport Gallery has won its second major award; the highly sought after ISHY Award! The gallery brought home the hardware in the New Exhibit category (project budget $50,000 – $250,000), presented by the International Sports Heritage Association (ISHA). Projects nominated in this category included organizations from across North America, Europe, and Oceania. 

The award will be presented during ISHA’s annual conference hosted by the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame in Wichita, Kansas on October 23rd and 24th, 2019. 
Angela Chalmers
Congratulations to one of Canada’s finest female distance runners and one of the country’s few Indigenous Olympians, Angela Chalmers (inducted 2004), on being inducted into the Athletics Canada Hall of Fame!
In 1992, Chalmers won an Olympic bronze in the 3000 metres at the Olympic Games in Barcelona and was a respected spokeswoman for Aboriginal empowerment throughout her involvement with sport. She received the National Aboriginal Achievement Award in Sports in 1995 and now resides in Australia with her husband and two children.
Congratulations are also in order for Geroy Simon (inducted 2017) and Darren Flutie (member of 1994 BC Lions, inducted 2010) on being named as 2019 inductees into the BC Lions Wall of Fame!

BC Lions Darren and Geroy
Geroy Simon (inducted 2017) currently ranks as the CFL’s all-time career leader in receptions (1029) and receiving yards (16,352), while scoring 103 touchdowns, most punctuated with his signature ‘Superman’ pose in the end zone. His combination of durability, speed, charisma, and community involvement set a new standard for CFL receivers. He was named to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2017.
Darren Flutie (inducted 2010) joined the BC Lions in 1991 and quickly established himself as one of the best pass receivers in the CFL. He is the Canadian Football League’s fifth all-time leader in catches, had three consecutive 1000+ yard seasons and ultimately retired with 972 catches for 14,359 yards. He was named to the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2007.

darren flutie and geroy simons
Rainforest Run
The BC Sports Hall of Fame is proud to support the inaugural Rainforest Trail Run, a unique trail run through the interior rainforest trails of Central Park with a start and finish at Swangard Stadium. Join us in celebrating the health and vibrancy of the Indigenous cultures on whose territory we live, work and play. 
This event provides the opportunity to celebrate the rich heritage of Canada’s Indigenous culture on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Coast Salish People. Breathtaking, sweeping and bringing a trail run like no other, this is a run dedicated to the growth of athletics, the spirit of community and the love of fitness.
For more information and to register please visit

Rainforest Run

Saying farewell is always bittersweet but the glow from the sunny days of summer will last long throughout the year. Over the course of the summer months the BC Sports Hall of Fame welcomed over 1800 group visitors through its doors, ranging from kids from community centres and daycares to adult English language learners, many of whom participated in the Celebrate the Hall tour and All Access tour of BC Place.
Of special note are the repeat visitors including UBC English Language Institute, UBC Camps, Westside School, City of Surrey camps and Coquitlam International Education. 


Hero In You is set to return at the start of the new school year with presentations kicking off in schools at the end of September.
Newly appointed Experiential Programs and Learning Ambassador Joe Abram will also be attending the Field Trip Fair at the Orpheum Theatre on September 17th which helps educators utilize and incorporate a variety of community based learning resources. Equipped with artifacts from the Hall and a roster of Honoured Members ready to inspire future champions across the province, it’s going to be an exciting year ahead!


Bestselling author Kate Bird, an enthusiastic sports fan, helped manage The Vancouver Sun and The Province photo collection for twenty-five years. Her new book, Magic Moments in BC Sports: A Century in Photos, features an eclectic selection of sports photographs—from Indigenous canoe racers to mountain bikers, from logging sports to the 2010 Winter Olympics, from Little Leaguers to homegrown champions, many of whom are Honoured Members of the BC Sports Hall of Fame—which capture our province’s sporting spirit in all its diverse, cheering, and face-painted glory.
The official book launch for Magic Moments in BC Sports will take place at the BC Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday, September 22 from 2-4 pm. Please RSVP to reserve your spot!
If you would like to book the BC Sports Hall as a unique venue for your next fundraising event, please contact Nikki Lajeunesse.

Magic Moments
Tim Mayenknect
A Summit – and New Heights – Reached Through Collaboration
As it should, the newly-named Annual Summit of the BC Sports Hall of Fame will help elevate the implementation of our Inspiration 2020 strategic plan, one borne out of our commitment to celebrate Honoured Members, cultivate Collaborative Partnerships and spark Inspirational Experiences and educational opportunities related to the rich fabric of sport history, heritage and culture in British Columbia. Read more

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