Club Coach Clinic (Level 2)

4 03 2019

If you are interested in signing up for the Club Coach Clinic Level 2, please register at the following link:

May 10-12, 2019

If you have never taken a coaching clinic before you must register for an NCCP# first

Requirements for the course:
1) BC Athletics COACH membership.
2) Your BCA Coach membership also requires a Criminal Record Check within one month of submitting your membership.

To obtain a coach membership, or upgrade your membership to coach, contact your club registrar (if part of a club) or if unattached. Visit for more information

Outdoor Registration Now Open!!!

25 02 2019

Click here to register:

All Youth Matter: Inclusion Training

25 02 2019

Join us March 2 9:00 am – 1:30pm for a free All Youth Matter Inclusion Workshop

This training is designed for coaches, front-line staff, programmers, supervisors and learning facilitators to encourage marginalized youth to participate in sports and recreation. You will access tools and techniques to reduce barriers and foster inclusion of under served youth and it will help you identify personal bias and intervene to stop discrimination.

“This training will equip staff to better meet the needs of youth from diverse populations, they will be versed in the theory and practice of equity, diversity, and inclusion and be equipped to lead impactful training in your organizations and communities”

This workshop is free and coaches will receive PD points.

Register here: 

March 2 9:00-1:30, Wolf Den, University of Northern BC, Prince George

Who should attend All Youth Matter: Inclusion Training?

Individuals working with youth in a sport, recreation or physical activity capacity. Whether you’re a coach, sport administrator, fitness instructor, recreation staff member or manager, you will benefit from participating in this training. 

What is involved in this training?

Based on deep consultation with nearly 250 youth and 100 inclusion experts, All Youth Matter: Inclusion Training was developed to equip you to make a difference in the lives of diverse youth in your community.

This training will provide you with tools, techniques and best practices to create inclusive sport, recreation and physical activity experiences for youth from marginalized populations.

Learn about the factors that contribute to an inclusive environment, how to identify and address barriers and biases, and steps to take to intervene and stop discrimination.

In addition, you will receive:

·         A personalized action plan for change

·         An All Youth Matter – Inclusion Training Certificate of Completion

·         3 National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) Professional Development (PD) points

BC Endurance Project High School Cross Country Camp

18 07 2018

Registration Closes July 20th – Sign Up Today!

Join BC Endurance Project athletes and coaches in Whistler, BC this August for the BC Endurance Project Cross Country Training Camp! At the BC Endurance Project Cross Country Training Camp you will become a better, faster, and smarter athlete. You’ll leave camp with increased running knowledge, new friends, and an enhanced love for the sport! Highlights include:

·Training under some of the country’s best coaches & athletes;

·Training and Sleeping at Whistler’s world class venues and facilities;

·Education sessions in Mental Performance, Sport Nutrition, and Strength & Conditioning;

·Making new friends and having fun!

Dates: August 23-26, 2018

Location: Whistler, BC

Age Eligibility: High-School Aged Athletes

Accommodations: Whistler Athletes’ Centre

Cost: $450/Per Person* (includes all meals & accommodations)

*Non-BC Athletics Members: Additional $15.75 Surcharge

Register Here (Limited Spots; Deadline to Register is July 20th, 2018 @ Noon)

Camp Flyer

Camp Schedule (Subject to change)

About The BC Endurance Project: The BC Endurance Project (BCEP) is a select group of high performance distance runners residing and training in the Vancouver area. The group has achieved great success highlighted by Olympians Dylan Wykes and Lucas Bruchet, and World Championship Team Members Rachel Cliff & Geoff Martinson. Learn more.

Over the past few years the BCEP has produced:

·Over 50 BC Championship podium finishes

·Over 30 Canadian Championship podium finishes (Achieved by 8 different athletes)

·7 Canadian Champions (Achieved by 4 different Athletes)

·23 National Team Members (Achieved by 9 different Athletes)

·2 Canadian Records

·3 Olympians


Contact Chris Winter or Julia Howley for more information!

Track Rascals Logo Contest

17 05 2018

BC Athletics is looking for a new Track Rascal logo and is holding a contest so that one of our athletes in BC can design it!

There’s just two weeks left for the BC Athletics Track Rascal Logo Contest!
If you are creative and love to draw, this is for you!
Submit your design to by June 1st to have a chance at creating the new Track Rascal Logo and for awesome prizes!

Click on the click for contest rules and regulations.


Mini-workshop on Mental Prep

10 05 2018

Any athlete or parent who is interested in learning more about mental preparation in sport, please join us at Lac des Bois this Saturday at 11:45am. This is intended for athletes who have competed or are planning to compete in competitions. The goal is to provide athletes and parents with information and tools to alleviate the anxiety and stress surrounding track meets.


Topics that will be addressed include:


  • parental support in sport
  • goal setting
  • building a team culture
  • growth mindset
  • visualization


We look forward to seeing athletes AND parents on Saturday!


PS consider bringing a camp chair to be comfortable J


Important schedule changes!!!!!

10 05 2018

Hello Everyone,

Please note the following changes in the track schedule:


  1. Rascals and Junior practice is cancelled Wednesday May 16th due to the large number of athletes (i.e. junior coaches) attending the High School Zones in Quesnel.
  2. Due to the above cancellation, the AGM has been postponed until Wednesday May 23rd, 630pm at the Lac des Bois fields.


Sorry for the inconvenience.  Please enjoy the great weather with your family!  Remember to attend our AGM in 2 weeks’ time! J

May News Flash – AGM announcement

2 05 2018

1. Prince George Track and Field Club Annual General Meeting will be held at the Lac des Bois fields on Wednesday, May 16th at 6:30 pm.  As voting members, your presence is requested.  Elections will be held for:

              1. president (candidate named)
              2. treasurer (candidate named)
              3. registrar (candidate named)
              4. secretary (candidate named)
              5. and a minimum of 4 members-at-large (3 candidates named, 1 nomination still needed).

Sign in to the meeting is required by both our society standing and for grant applications so please stay and add your name to the list.  Bring a camp chair so you don’t have to stand for the 45 minute meeting.

2. Saturday May 5th – many of our coaches will be out of town competing at the Dylan Armstrong Classic but practices will still be running. However, your cooperation and patience for our young coaches dealing with more athletes on their own would be appreciated J

3. Tuesday/Wednesday May 15th and 16thHigh School Zones meet in Quesnel.  This is not a “club” meet.  All athletes must be registered through their schools with BC School Sport.  Teachers will have all the information for event registration by now so have your athlete check in with them.

4. Saturday May 19thBring a Friend Day for Rascals – if your rascal is around this long weekend encourage them to drag a buddy out to the track for fun and games!!  There will be regular practices for Juniors and Seniors if your athletes are around

5. Hoodies and Singlets are available at the fields!  $45 for hoodies and $25 for singlets.  Singlets are necessary for competitions and hoodies are just cool to wear!!!

May News Flash

1 05 2018

Greetings Everyone! 

Isn’t the weather FABULOUS??!!

Here are a few items to note:

1.       Unfortunately, there will be no parking at the AIMHI lot on Saturdays anymore.  They have a weekly bike sale and there will not be room.  You are free to park in the Lac des Bois school lot as long as they don’t have an event.  The street is always available and might be most convenient.  Sorry about that!  Thank you all for dealing politely and maturely with the last minute inconvenience this past Saturday J

2.       Water Bottles are essential at the track – two on a hot day is a good idea.  Yes, we do have a water carboy at the track c-can but with 160 kids going through on Saturdays it doesn’t go far!

3.       Dylan Armstrong Classic – if you are heading to Kamloops this coming weekend please pack accordingly – take all types of weather gear – you just never know!  SINGLETS ARE A MUST FOR COMPETITORS.  If you don’t have one, please see some one at the track c-can – $25 each if you didn’t pay online.

4.       Jack Brow Memorial – Kelowna June 29th – July 1stIt is the long weekend so book your hotel now if you are attending.   I have attached the notes about a hotel holding by the Okanagan Athletics Club.  Do what works for your family but do it soon!  Remember to check the tentative schedule before you register for events!!

5.       VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!  Becky Whitehouse from Quesnel is coordinating the high school zones May 15th and 16th.  IF you are heading down to watch your athlete please consider volunteering at the meet.  No experience necessary to hold a tape measure or rake sand.  If Becky gets enough interest, an officials course may be offered before the meet starts.  Please contact Elena ( ASAP if you are a certified official or an interested parent volunteer for that event.  Thanks so much!!  Many hands make light work!


Track and Field at Lac des Bois until Masich Place reopens

22 04 2018

Juniors will start Monday, April 23, 2018 at 6pm. Parents please stay for a 15 minute info session! Junior practice is scheduled to run until 8pm but please be at the track by 7:30 to pick up your child(ren) as we may end early due to weather.

Track Rascals will start Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at 6pm. Parents please stay for a 15 minute info session!

We are presently located at the Lac des Bois fields in behind the school and AIMHI. You can park at the school (4131 Rainbow) or in the AIMHI back lot (950 Kerry), except on Saturdays as they have a bike sale every Saturday. You’ll see the sea can that stores our equipment – we meet by there. ***The port-a-potty will be on site for the duration of the season.***