Aquasonics coach Tanya Magee honoured yet again

Langley coach presented Bob Bearpark Foundation Coaching Award for fourth straight year

For the fourth year in a row, Langley coach Tanya Magee has been awarded the Bob Bearpark Foundation Coaching Award of Distinction.

Magee is a coach with the BC Aquasonics,  a synchronized swimming club.

This award is given by the Bob Bearpark Foundation to students in the Douglas College Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching or Sport Science Diploma Program who are committed to coaching education, demonstrate a positive involvement in community sport, and are consider a ‘top student’ in their respective year.

Magee received this year’s award in the College’s award ceremony earlier this month.

“As a child, my passion led me to synchronized swimming and now to making coaching my career,” said Magee.

“I am honoured to have been chosen each year for the Bob Bearpark Award as recognition of my commitment to coaching and coaching education. I use this education every day with the athletes I coach, helping them to achieve athletic success, and more importantly, to develop success after sport.”

Magee is the BC Aquasonics coachleader and the 13-15 age group national stream synchronized swimming coach.

Magee was selected to the Team Canada synchronized swimming national B team in 2001 and the national A Team in 2005. She achieved her NCCP level 3 coaching certification in 2007 while still an athlete and is now in her final year of her Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching degree at Douglas College. She has been a synchronized swimming coach for 12 years.

Just Posted

Fort Langley’s boarded up buildings ‘filthy, unsightly,’ says health inspector

Eric Woodward says buildings will remain boarded up, following letter from Fraser Health

The Circus is coming to Aldergrove

Great Benjamins Circus is coming to thrill fans of high-wire derring-do in Aldergrove in May

VIDEO: Family asks for help finding remains of Surrey man missing for 10 years

Police suspect foul play in Kellen McElwee’s disappearance a decade ago

SLIDESHOW: Titans take down Griffins

Photos of Langley Fundamental Titans senior girls soccer team 4-0 victory over North Delta’s Burnsview Griffins

Game not over for Langley teen just yet

Standout basketball player James Woods weighing his options on both sides of the border

Shania Twain visits Canadian Armed Forces base in B.C.

Canadian country icon thanks members of CFB Esquimalt for their service

Countdown is on to the 2018 B.C. Summer Games

Cowichan Valley hosts on July 19-22

Driving Change: A B.C. man’s charitable trip across Canada

A Kelowna man, his bus, and his mission for positive change across our country

Case of teacher secretly filming teens reaches top court

Acquittal of teacher, Ryan Jarvis, who secretly videoed teens ‘dangerous,’ top court told

Why a 14-year-old will lead the charge at annual marijuana protest on the Hill

Marijuana enthusiasts have long been circling April 20 on their calendars as annual day of cannabis

B.C. communities await marine spill compensation years after incidents

The government maintains a Ship Source Oil Pollution Fund to compensate Canadians

RCMP say too early to know what happened in Broncos crash

RCMP Assistant Commissioner Curtis Zablocki said collission very complex

Conservative MP wants feds to close loophole for illegal border crossers

Immigration advocates call on government to suspend Canada-U.S. Safe Third Country Agreement

Alberta university criticized for honouring David Suzuki

University of Alberta plans to bestow environmentalist with honourary degree

Most Read