General Games Schedule and Overview
Greater Vernon 2022 BC Winter Games (March 2023)
|Wednesday, March July 22||Thursday, March 23||Friday, March 24 and
Saturday, March 25
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BC GAMES PARTICIPANT WEBSITE
A letter will be sent by mail (via Canada Post) to all registered Games participants and is expected to arrive by February 28, 2023. This letter will contain a username and password to access the BC GAMES PARTICIPANT WEBSITE, where participants will complete forms, download their custom travel itinerary to/from the Games, and find other information. Participants cannot access the site until the letter is received. If the letter has not been receied by March 6, 2023, contact us email@example.com. All Games participants MUST log into to the BC GAMES PARTICIPANT WEBSITE as soon as the letter is received. See the letter received for the site address.
YOUR TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS
Travel arrangements have been made on behalf of participants by the BC Games Society, as requested by their Provincial Sport Organization representatives. This may include charter bus or flight transportation to and/or from the Games. Each participant's travel itinerary will be available on BC GAMES PARTICIPANT WEBSITE. Participants should be sure to review and print their travel itinerary to confirm the arrangements that have been made on their behalf.
Those arriving on Games transportation will be taken to their accommodation site. Meals will be arranged for those participants who arrive at the Games over a meal period.
Participants making their own way to the Games, please check with your Coach, Zone Representative, or Provincial Advisor to confirm what time you are expected to arrive at your accommodation site. Even though those making their own way to the Games need to arrive at the accommodation site at a specific time in order to connect with the rest of their zone team.
PARTICIPANT ACCREDITATION PROCESS
Every Games participant must be accredited by the end of day, Thursday, March 23, 2023. No one will be permitted to pick up the accreditation package for another Games participant.
Upon arrival at the Games, Games volunteers will work with coaches to complete the accreditation process for all members of the Zone Team. Each participant on the Zone Team will be given an accreditation badge. This Games identification must be worn at all times and permits access to accommodation, meals, transportation, and special events. The sport-specific Bus & Meal Schedules will be available from the coach and at the accommodation site; this outlines scheduled movements for the entire Games. , which detail competition information, will be available online as soon as it is finalized and will posted at the accommodation site and sport venues.
Games officials should check with their Provincial Advisor for information about when you will receive your Games accreditation.
Those staying in Games accommodation will not be permitted to enter their accommodation site until they are accredited and have received their accreditation badge. Every participant is responsible for taking all of their luggage with them.
All Games participants under the age of 19 must stay in Games accommodation.
You will stay with other participants in your sport at your designated accommodation site. Classrooms are used as dormitories. You will need to bring a sleeping bag and pillow; we will provide a BC Games foamie to serve as your bed.
Head coaches, assistant coaches, and adult supervisors are expected to travel on Games transportation with their athletes, must stay in Games accommodation with their team, and are expected to supervise their team throughout the Games. These caring adults are responsible for the actions of their athletes.