Recent News

Welcome Helen Upperton

We would like to give a warm welcome to Helen Upperton, who will be joining the BCBSA team this season as our Head Bobsleigh Coach. 

 

New Pricing Structure for 2016-17 Season

The BCBSA board have been working hard to create a new, flexible and affordable pricing structure for our Provincial Sliding Program. 

The all new Discover Program!

We are excited to launch our all new Discover Programing. Designed for beginners, each month we will run a discover bobsleigh & discover skeleton introductory, one day school. Drop in and try something new today! For more information visit the Discover page.

OFFICIALS Needed for the Upcoming Season

Get Behind the Scenes for the Fastest Sports on Ice - As a Race Official for the 2016/2017 Sliding Season!

BCS Athlete Recruitment Schedule

Grant Feature: BC Cup as a starting gate for developing athletes

The BC Cup is an annual event that hosts bobsleigh athletes from BC, the rest of Canada, and other nations for competition at its host track at the Whistler Sliding Center. The event is funded in part by the Hosting BC grant, supported by the Province of BC and managed by viaSport. Learn more at www.viasport.ca

Parker Reid Seeking Mono-Bobsleigh Success

In the Pique this (Dec. 31, 2015) 

Sliding event to make debut at Youth Olympic Games (Mono Bobsleigh)

For more - see this article in the Pique News Magazine 

http://www.piquenewsmagazine.com/whistler/reid-seeking-mono-bobsleigh-success/Content?oid=2744574

 

McCullough doubles down at BC Cup Skeleton

In the Whistler Question this week: Sliders from Ontario, Australia join locals at Whistler Sliding Centre event.

NOW HIRING: Provincial Bobsleigh Coach

BCBSA is looking to hire a Provincial Bobsleigh Coach to work out of Whistler for the upcoming season with potential for a longer contract.

Bobsleigh and Skeleton Push Camp

Now's your chance to learn proper push technique from an Olympic Coach, before bad habits creep in an ruin your chances to become the next Olympic or World Cup Athlete!  Three days of training and finish off with a Push Competition on Sunday.

The Push Competition will be open to the public ($20. fee for those not enrolled in the Push Camp) Competitors will be taught the basics and get 2 chances to beat or come close to the BCBSA Development Athlete Standards. If they meet or beat the time - they will be invited to take part in the next BCBSA Talent ID recruitement testing.

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