BC Winter Games action continues today in Mission

Events are ongoing in Mission, Abbotsford, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Langley, Whistler and Hemlock

Ava Durham of Squamish competes in the moguls at Hemlock on Friday.

The BC Winter Games continue today, with ongoing events in Mission, Abbotsford, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Langley, Whistler and Hemlock.

The games feature top athletes from across the province, ranging from 9 to 40 years old, competing for medals in 18 different sports.

Judo, speed skating, wheelchair basketball and freestyle-skiing are just some of the events that run through until Sunday.

For more on the BC Games, locations and schedules visit bcgames.org.

For ongoing coverage of the events and results visit Black Press’s exclusive coverage of all 18 sports and 1,400 athletes at the BC Games.

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