Dear Tournament Capital Volunteers,

Kamloops Sports Hall of Fame Banquet
Come celebrate Sport with us!

Join us on Saturday May 11th at the Kamloops Coast Hotel & Conference Center for an evening of celebration. 
Details of our evening include: 
  • Kamloops Sports Council Annual Athletic Awards presented along with the induction of the Kamloops Sport Hall of Fame inductees. 
  • We will have guest speaker Geroy Simon the BC Lions Director of Scouting as well a great lineup of Silent auction items.
Tickets are available at the Sandman Center Box Office (cash or Cheques only)

Price: $50.00 plus GST ($52.50 total)
(Last day to buy tickets will be on Thursday May 9th.)
We look forward to seeing everyone! 
For more information please contact Duncan. 
Interested in participating in some events this summer ? 
Dirty Feet has some scheduled! Read further for more information. 

The 9th annual North Face Dirty feet 6 hour bike relay on June 9th in Kamloops.  The event will be in Kenna Cartwright Park with the apres wrap up at Red Collar Brewery.  You can register to ride solo, or in teams of 2 or 4 people.  For more details and to sign up click the link below. 

For the 2nd year The North Face Dirty Feet Beat The Buzzer run on June 22nd. 
This event offers a 6km course where the race starts over again every hour on the hour. Run 6km then get ready and run it again for as long as you want or until you cannot finish the lap in under the hour mark. Lots of events going on at this event including little challenges along the way and lots of prizes! It's summer solstice weekend so there's plenty of daylight.
You can register for under 6 hours or over 6 hours - finishers medal for all everyone or belt buckle for solo 100km runners. You can find out more or register at this link.

NCCP & Sport Education Workshops 

Professional Development
Resistance Training
May 13th, 2019 @  5:30pm-9:30pm
Cost $90
Location: Tournament Capital Centre
Sport Education
Coaches Corner Lunch and Learn 
with Michelle Webster
Thursday May 9th
Frick and Frack Tap House
Michelle Webster is the Sport & Physical Activity Coordinator for the Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation Council of the Interior Region. She will be joining us on May 9th to discuss Indigenous youth in sport; how to connect with them and understanding cultural differences. Keep checking our website for the event description and registration details once they become available!
These casual lunch & learn events are a great opportunity for Coaches and Sport Administrators to learn from presenters in various fields and network with other coaches. We meet every 2 months, usually on the 2nd Thursday of the month. There is no fee to attend; however, if you'd like a bite to eat, that's on you. We wish we could treat our community coaches to lunch every time we meet!!

Kamloops has a chance to win $150,000 & all we have to do is get moving!

PLAYKamloops will be sharing news about how you (and your friends, colleagues, families, and neighbors) can get involved in the Community Better Challenge happening from 
May 31st- June 16th. 

If you can't resist a little competition and would like to learn more, connect with us:
We're in it to win it!

For more information please contact Katie Klassen at


Kamloops Sports Council