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Delta athletes bring home medals from BC Summer Games

Delta athletes capped a memorable four days in Prince George as multi-sport competition returns for the first time since 2018.
BC Games track medal
North Delta's Enidu Gardiya (left) won a pair of silver medals on the track at the 2022 B.C. Summer Games in Prince George on the weekend.

Delta athletes capped a memorable four days in Prince George by returning home with medals from the B.C. Summer Games.

The 32nd edition of the multi-sport competition returned for the first time since 2018 after the 2020 event in Maple Ridge was cancelled due to the pandemic. Delta athletes were part of the Vancouver-Coastal Zone that also includes Richmond, Vancouver, North Shore, Squamish, Sunshine Coast and Whistler.

The 2023 B.C.Winter Games will take place in Feburary in Vernon. 

Here is a rundown of the medal winners from Delta in individual and team sports:

Girls Volleyball

Claire Thompson (gold).

Boys Volleyball

Blake Medalla (bronze), Sawyer Anderson (bronze), Jack Thompson (bronze), Kieran Hartley (bronze), Matthew Cowx (bronze), Rylen Pumatong (bronze).

Track and Field

Nicolas Burrows (silver, 4x100 relay). Enidu Gardiya (silver, 300 metres), (silver, 800 metres).

Baseball

Smyan Billing (silver), Jake Fehr (silver), Desmond Tregaskis (silver), Ryder Dingsdale (bronze), Noah Farnden (bronze), Sawyer Shears (bronze).

Sailing

Gavin Turner (bronze), Nick Rainboth (bronze), Sydney Rosler (bronze). Mia Bogulavsky (silver).

Rowing

Tomoki Macmartin (silver).

Soccer

Eli Teichgraber (silver).

Wrestling

Ranbir Basra (bronze).

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