Tournament Capital Program

Since 2001, Kamloops has been synonymous with first class events, a knowledgeable and enthusiastic volunteer base, strong athletic showings, and a wide variety of outstanding venues. The City of Kamloops has recognized sport tourism as an economic generator for the City and has made the Tournament Capital Program one of the top priorities in City Council's Strategic Plan.

The City of Kamloops has built its vision and dream around the Canadian Sport Policy and by embracing the goals of this policy, Kamloops is realizing the results of increased participation, economic generation of sport tourism, and first class facilities.

Upcoming Events:

Hosting History:

  • 2016 IIHF Women's World Hockey Championships
  • 2016 Scotiabank Hockey Day in Canada
  • 2015 BC High School Swimming Championships
  • 2015 BC Special Olympics Winter Games
  • 2015 Canadian Masters Cross Country Ski Championships
  • 2014 Hockey Canada Four Nations Cup (Women's Hockey)
  • 2014 North America Central America Caribbean (NACAC) Under23 Track & Field Championships
  • 2014 Tim Hortons Brier (Canadian Men's Curling Championships)
  • 2014 National Espoir Synchronized Swimming Championships
  • 2013 Skate Canada Adult Figure Skating Championships
  • 2013 BC Seniors Games
  • 2012 Western Canadian Age Class Wrestling Championships (900+ wrestlers), at the TCC Fieldhouse
  • 2012 BC Judo Championships
  • 2012 Gymnastics BC - Trampoline
  • 2011 Western Canada Summer Games
  • 2011 CCAA Men's Women's Cross Country Running Championships
  • 2010 World Master's Indoor Athletics Championships  
  • 2010 National Gymnastics Championship
  • 2010 CCAA Golf Nationals
  • 2008 National Boys/Girls Basketball Championships
  • 2007 Fed Cup International Women's Tennis
  • 2006 North American Short Track Speed Skating Championships
  • 2006 BC Summer Games
  • Canada Cup of Curling, 2003-2008
  • 2006 IHF World Junior Hockey Championships
  • 1998 Ford World Curling Championships
  • 1995 Canadian Hockey League Memorial Cup
  • 1993 Canada Summer Games