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Zone 2 athletes from Vancouver Island North won a combined 254 medals at the recent 55+ BC Games in Kelowna. They placed fourth overall in the medal count at the annual multi-sport event. The Okanagan-Similkameen and Fraser Valley zones topped the medal standings with 422 and 412, respectively.
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Every year, British Columbia hosts the 55+ BC Games for seniors in a new community. This year the games were held in Kelowna from Sept. 11 to 15. The games hope to improve the health, lifestyle and image of the 55+ demographic throughout the province.
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