2022 Day in Sport - Banner Draft 2[4543].png

On June 4th, the Tournament Capital Centre (TCC) will host a Day in Sport: Ready, Set, Revive! The event supports physical literacy, quality sport for communities and clubs and Indigenous games. A Day in Sport will feature a keynote, a local panel presentation and a social.

The areas of focus of the event:

  • Athlete Growth and Development

  • Supporting Long-term Goals

  • Using Competition Intentionally for Development

  • Sport and Movement For All

  • Partnerships that Prioritize Development Needs

Schedule:

8:00-8:15am – Registration

8:15-12:00pm – Sport for Life Wor4kshop: Quality Sport for Communities and Clubs (3 NCCP Credits)

12:00-12:15pm – Opening Prayer – Tk’emlúps Te Secwépemc

12:15-12:45pm – Lunch

12:45-1:15pm – Indigenous Games & Activity Energizers by Buzz Manuel

1:15-1:45pm – Keynote by Greg Stewart (Gold Medal athlete at the 2020 Paralympic Games)

1:45-2:15pm – Local Panel Presentation Featuring Tk’emlúps Te Secwe̓pemc, City of Kamloops, PacificSport Interior BC, Kamloops Sport Council and PLAYKamloops

2:30pm – Social: Iron Road Brewing

Physical Literacy impacts everyone - from infancy
and throughout our lives!

We have an extensive partner network that spans education, sport, health, media, and recreation sectors. Find out how you can get involved in spreading the word about physical literacy.

There are many ways to build physical literacy among all ages. In Kamloops, we're working with multiple sectors to increase understanding and action related to it! Learn more!

We're working to build capacity around physical literacy in the community through presentations and workshops. Contact us to request a presentation for your group.

Children Playing
stock-photo-child-children-childhood-fun-playful-activity-kids-concept-346570466
What's PLAY Kamloops?

PLAY Kamloops is a steering committee made up of community organizations, non-profits, and government sectors who are working to share their expertise and teach the importance of physical literacy with all residents in our City. 

What is Physical Literacy?

Physical literacy is the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge, and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life. Everyone can develop physical literacy!

Workshops & Training

Interested in participating in our workshops and training opportunities, which help us increase our capacity to promote physical literacy in the community? New training opportunities are available all the time!