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From Fort St. John competing in golf are Sterling Middleton, and Jake Lane. Three Fort St. John athletes are competing in soccer, Keenan Hehn, Shay Zeunert, and Jordynn McPherson. Four swimmers from Fort St. John will be competing as Blake Alberding-Berge, Jordan Eyles, Jayden Forster, and Jamie Jodoin are in Nanaimo for the games. The last of the Fort St. John contingent are Tate Haugan, Jessica Telizyn, and Alyssa Webster as the will take part in triathlon.

Charlie Lake will be represented in Nanaimo with two athletes and an adult supervisor at the games. Mackenzie Ternier-Smith will be in the swimming events, and Emily Shaw will be in the triathlon. Jolea Bilodeau, a former B.C. Games medallist will be attending as an adult supervisor.

Chetwynd is sending three athletes and a coach to the B.C. Summer Games. Dylan Joyce, and Ryley MacFarlane will be taking part in swimming, and Tiana Llewellyn is in girls volleyball. Attending as an assistant coach in swimming is Pam Joyce.

One athlete and one adult supervisor at the event will be from Taylor. Kyle Kimmie will be competing in golf and Douglas Kimmie will be attending as an adult supervisor.

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