All participants in the games, including athletes, coaches and officials, need to meet specific requirements based on the sport they’re competing in. This includes the BC Games General Rules and the specific rules for each sport.
For the BC Games, the province is divided into 8 zones. Playoffs or selections of representatives for each zone are coordinated by the Provincial Sport Association for each sport. Check out our zone map to learn which zone you’re in.
Learn about all eligibility requirements for each sport in the Technical Packages created by the BC Games Society. Make sure you’re familiar with all of the requirements before the games, such as age limits, equipment restrictions and coaching requirements.
Before You Arrive
Complete and submit your Medical, Allergy and Dietary Form - your health is important to us.
We want to know more about you – complete your Participant Biography online and share your story of the road you travelled to get to the Surrey 2012 BC Summer Games.
The Canadian Sport Centre Pacific and SportMedBC have provided resources for athletes and coaches who are participating in the BC Summer Games. Review the BC Games Society’s Resource Page to learn more about how to prepare for the Games.
Attend one of our Guide to the Games sessions being held in July across BC to learn more about the BC Summer Games and how you can get the most out of your games experience. The sessions are free, but space is limited. Be sure to register in advance for the session in your zone.
Be sure to review the Participant Information Page on the BC Games Society website regularly for additional information and resources.