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Canadian para-alpine athletes competing in the 2014 Sochi Paralympic Winter Games left Russia with eight medals - half of Canada's overall medal haul and many of those in the hands of BC athletes. Five of the 14-person team won medals including two gold. Sit-shier Josh Dueck (Kimberley, BC) - Canada's flag bearer for the closing ceremony - won gold in the Super Combined and silver in Downhill. READ MORE


A dedicated career of volunteer service in the development of adaptive snowsports was honoured on March 5th as Ken Ross of Vancouver received BC Adaptive Snowsports’ Sport BC President's Award at the annual ceremony. VIEW PRESS RELEASE

Canada's Paralympic athletes, including five para-alpine athletes from BC, have been training for years for their chance to shine in Sochi. Now in Russia preparing for the start of the games this Friday, they are watching what's happening between Russia and the Ukraine very closely. VIEW GLOBAL NEWSHOUR STORY

BC Adaptive Snowsports announces a Request for Proposal (“RFP”) for planning and implementation services for its 2014 Annual Gala. The intent of the RFP is to identify and select an experienced event planner that will be responsible for planning, coordination, design and implementation of a single evening gala for the purposes of volunteer/participant recognition, donor management, fundraising and increased public awareness.

Five British Columbia athletes, four of which are BC Adaptive Snowsports alumni, lead the mix of veterans and young guns nominated to Canada's para-alpine team for the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games. Caleb Brousseau (Terrace - BCAS Alumni), Josh Dueck (Kimberley - BCAS Alumni), Matt Hallet (Coquitlam - BCAS Alumni), Kimberly Joines (Rossland) and Braydon Luscombe (Duncan - BCAS Aumni) are among thirteen of the nation's best para-alpine skiers who will compete in Sochi. The diverse team roster is a strong combination of accomplished veterans and a talent pool of up-and-comers.

A partnership agreement has been reached between the Canadian Ski Instructors’ Alliance and the various associations representing Adaptive Alpine Snow Sports within Canada in the interest of exploring opportunities to share and collaborate on common initiatives related to instructor education, training and certification. VIEW PRESS RELEASE

Ski racers with disabilities from across BC and Alberta are at Silver Star Mountain Resort for the first Building Our Best camp and races of the 2014 Season. Along with BC Adaptive's new Athlete Deveopment Coach Paralmpian Morgan Perrin who leads the event, participants include four Canadian Para Alpine Ski Team (CPAST) Prospects who have their sights set on the 2018 Paralympic Games in Pyeong Chang.

BC Adaptive Snowsports (BCAS) is pleased to announce the hiring of Paralympian Morgan Perrin as our new Athlete Development Coach. Morgan, who is based in Whistler, joins our team after retiring from competition at the end of the 2012-2013 ski season following eight seasons with Alpine Canada Alpin (ACA) which included participating in the 2010 Paralympic Games in Vancouver. View Press Release

The much anticipated Revelstoke Adaptive Sports Program is proud to announce that, as of January 4th, 2014, they are officialy open for business.

Click here to read more about the Revelstoke Adaptive Sports Program.

We are very pleased to announce the launch of our new, completely redesigned website. It has a clean and simple layout, making it easy to view and find information about our programs and services as well as adaptive snowsport programs around BC. The site has also been optimized to ensure full accessibility for the blind and visually impaired (Special thanks to BC Blind Sports for their assistance).