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2022 BC Summer Games Team Announcement
The BC Summer Games is a four-day event that takes place every two years throughout the province of BC, and provides one of the few opportunities for athletes to experience a multi-sport games. Rowing has been a major component to the games since 2010. The rowing events provide athletes the opportunity to represent their zone and compete in multiple competitions that promote physical fitness, individual achievement, and team building.
The rowing competition at the 2022 BC Summer Games includes events for male and female athletes in two age categories – Under 17 as of Dec. 31, 2022 and Under 19 as of Dec. 31, 2022. The competition is intended to provide a first multi-sport Games experience for U17 developing athletes, while also providing a Canada Summer Games-like experience for U19 athletes. Competition takes place over one practice day and three race days at the Games venue. U17 Athletes have an opportunity to race in 1000m time trials, heats, semi-finals and finals in the women’s single, men’s single, women’s double, and men’s double. U19 Athletes have an opportunity to race in 2000m time trials, heats, semi-finals and finals in the women’s pair and men’s pair. In addition, all athletes have an opportunity to race in a 500m sprint in a mixed (two women and two men) quad.
Congratulations to all of the athletes and coaches selected to represent their Zone teams at the 2022 BC Summer Games in Prince George, BC later this month!
Zone 1 – Kootenays
Mateo Bucher, Haley Jane Closs, Harrison Effray, Abliash Gurung, Jackson Hanson, Neve Rawson
Coaches: Roberta Rodgers, Emily Sartorel
Zone 2 – Thompson Okanagan
Hannah Breugem, Jonathan Breugem, Molly Caldwell, Kirsten Ely, Jonas Masys, Elena Masyte, Heidi Miege, Aida Mills, Parker Munroe, Sierra Munroe, Cole O-Connor, Kaden O’Connor, Nolan Stiven, Molly Tudan, Ian Van Bergyek
Coaches: David Miege, Dorris Mills, Glen Stiven
Zone 3 – Fraser Valley
Adam Battistel, Brayden Davis, Connor Davis, Niaya Dirom, Naomi Fandrich, Juliet Fandrick, Kenna Johnson, Ethan Meads, William Scarborough
Coaches: Chris Gulka, Lisa Samuel (Roman)
Zone 4 – Fraser River
Maya Belic, Karalin Ceholski, Sydney Choi, Lucas Fan-Saplairoles, Dante Feltrin, Semyon Iaichkin, Tavia Knoke, Holly McNamara, Anastasia Zenin-Segre
Coaches: Kiana Bonamin, Joey Ellam, Peter Inden
Zone 5 – Vancouver Coastal
Nick Collier, Kevin Edmonds, Ezaaz Karim, Tomoki Macmartin, Sebastian Mertins, Avery Reischer Craft, Harriet Ure
Coaches: Justine Cook, Mark Henry
Zone 6 – Central Coast
Madeleine Anctil, Marijn Butterfield, Kaden Carlson, Tristan Chang, Radley Finer, Alex Joiner, Shae McKeever, Agata Minka, Bethany Nordstrom, Anya Prokopchuk, Novella Rusman, Willow Tzonev, Tegan Zecher
Coaches: Izzy Edey, Claerwen Sladen-Dew, Katrina Wittenberg
These teams will be racing on Nadsilnich Lake in Prince George, BC July 22-24th. Follow along on Rowing BC’s social media for athlete features and daily updates during the BC Summer Games.