Canada Summer Games

Every four years the Province of British Columbia assembles a team of athletes, coaches, managers and mission staff to represent the province at Canada’s premiere multi-sport events – the Canada Winter Games and Canada Summer Games. They represent the best in BC and are known as Team BC. The Canada Games are a national multi-sport competition with participation from every province and territory in Canada and take place on an alternating summer/winter cycle every four years.

For some athletes, the Canada Games are a goal along the way to what they hope will be success in sport at major multi-sport Games including Olympic and Paralympic Games. For others, the Canada Games are the goal, their personal dream. Team BC represents the best athletes, BC’s collective sport system and the contribution to healthy, active lifestyles.

Team BC is about getting to know other Canadians from a lifetime of memories for participants in one of Canada’s greatest celebrations of sport.

Niagara 2022

The Canada Summer Games were originally scheduled to take place in Niagara Region of Ontario in August 2021 but, due to public health concerns relating to the coronavirus pandemic, they have been rescheduled to August 6-21, 2022.

Cycling at CSG

Road & Mountain Bike

Cycling is a staple of the Canada Summer Games. In 2022, Niagara is set to host a series of cycling events including a Road Race, Criterium, Time Trial and Cross-country Mountain Bike.

NIAGARA 2022 | AUGUST 6-21

Be part of the Canada Summer Games experience with Cycling BC and represent our province on the national stage at Canada’s largest multi-sport event.  The selection criteria for athletes and other information about the games can be found below.

Cycling | Road

Tim Sherstobitoff (Coach), Tara Mowat (Manager)


Braden Kersey (TaG Cycling)
Manu Moore (Team DEVO)
Evan Russell (Saris Rouvy Sauerland Team)
Matthew Ney
Nathan Pruner (TaG Cycling)


Lilly Ujfalusi (Red Truck Racing)
Isla Walker (Red Truck Racing)
Elizabeth Gin (Équipe cycliste Desjardins-Ford)
Astrid Wuerr (Team DEVO)


Cycling | Mountain Bike

Joel Harwood (Coach), Tara Mowat (Manager)


Cam McCallum (Charge BCXC Racing)
Jasper Fleming (Balance Point)
Noah Rubuliak (Giant Canada)


Marin Lowe (Stimulus-Orbea)
Maddi Pollock (Team DEVO)
Geza Rodgers (Liv)

Cycling BC is seeking applications from individuals interested in experiencing the Canada Summer Games as part of the Team BC staff in the following positions,

  • Coach (ROAD)
  • Mechanic (ROAD)

The Cycling portion of the Games is currently scheduled to take place from August 5th to 21st, with the road events taking place in Week 2 from August 15th to 21st.

Download staff position descriptions and requirements (PDF)

Deadline to apply is April 15, 2022.

2022 Summer Games Results

Road – Men (110.4 km):                                                            

  1. David Olejniczak (Ontario)
  2. Charles Duquette (Quebec)
  3. Braden Kersey (British Columbia)

Road – Women (69 km):

  1. Laury Milette (Quebec)
  2. Anabelle Thomas (Alberta)
  3. Isla Walker (British Columbia)


Criterium – Men (35 laps):

  1. Charles Duquette (Quebec)
  2. Philippe Jacob (Quebec)
  3. Evan Russell (British Columbia)

Criterium – Women (30 laps):

  1. Lilly Ujfalusi (British Columbia)
  2. Camille Primeau (Quebec)
  3. Alex Volstad (Alberta)


Time Trial – Men (21.9 km):

  1. Tristan Jussaume (Quebec)
  2. Evan Russell (British Columbia)
  3. Philippe Jacob (Quebec)

Time Trial – Women (13.4 km):

  1. Lucy Sky Hempstead (Ontario)
  2. Mairen Lawson (Alberta)
  3. Camille Primeau (Quebec)


MTB XC – Men (19.6 km):

  1. Maxime St-Onge (Quebec)
  2. Charles-Antoine St-Onge (Quebec)
  3. Matthew Leliveld (Ontario)

MTB XC – Women (16.8 km):

  1. Ava Holmgren (Ontario)
  2. Marin Lowe (British Columbia)
  3. Marie-Fay St-Onge (Quebec)


Full Results

Performance of Team BC