The City or Richmond
has the facility to provide housing, and we do provide programming
for a multitude of sports like: soccer, tennis, lacrosse, field
hockey, volleyball, badminton, football, rugby, softball, baseball,
cricket, bocce, and croquet. The list can be as large as your
imagination with regards to playing or training in an indoor
environment. We can host and cater most events like birthday parties
for all ages, business meetings, small trade shows, or any other party
or gathering you can think of. We are on 5 acres of land, with over
90,000.00 square feet of indoor recreational space and over 45,000
square feet of it with turf. . We have five tennis courts, swimming
pool, fitness room, sport arena, sport bubble with turf, change and
shower facilities and a full restaurant and pub.
BC is an autonomous, formally
constituted, non-profit, volunteer society responsible for the
regulation of all areas and levels of gymnastics participation within
B.C. and for the governance of the Province-wide development of these
sports. GBC is the provincial voice for gymnastics on behalf of its
full member clubs and affiliated recreation & education members.
As Canada's gymnastics
Federation, Gymnastics Canada is responsible for all aspects of the
sport in Canada. In addition, GCG also represents the Canadian
gymnastic community internationally at the Federation Internationale
de Gymnastique, as well as domestically at the Canadian Olympic
Association and Commonwealth Games Association. First established in
1969, the Canadian Gymnastics Federation had a Mission to "promote
international competition for the benefit of its members." Today, GCG
has twelve member organizations, 600 clubs and a membership of
150,000. A not-for-profit Registered Canadian Amateur Athletic
Association, GCG has a wide range of activities from the new CANGYM
badge program to the Olympic and World Championships.
INTERNATIONALE DE GYMNASTIQUE
Represents gymnastics in all its forms and affirms its presence and
role in the international sports movement.
Coordinates efforts for healthy physical and moral development in
Supports and coordinates the requirements of the member federations in
promoting and developing gymnastics on all levels.
Contributes to strengthening friendship and fair-play among all
gymnasts and sportsmen and sportswomen of all levels.
Furthers ethical principles.
Informs, prevents and sanctions against doping.
Instructs, controls and sanctions all dishonest persons (judges,
coaches, authorized Members of affiliated federations, etc).
responsible for coordination with other international organizations
and the promotion of the Olympic Spirit.
(National Coaching Certification Program)
The 3M National Coaching
Certification Program (3M NCCP) has trained more than 750,000 coaches
since its inception in 1974.
The program caters to coaches from the novice to master in nearly 60 sports.
It is designed to improve the sport experience for coaches working
with developing athletes involved in school, club, or community sport;
and to improve the success of high performance athletes competing at
the provincial, national, or international level.
is non-profit society founded in 1966. The
members include 82 provincial sport and related organizations which
meet annually to elect a twelve-person board of directors.
The KidSport™ Fund is the charitable arm
of Sport BC that helps overcome the financial obstacles that may limit
children from playing sport. The Fund gives financial grants to
children to allow them to play a season of sport.