SO Team BC 2024: Games Venues

We would like to acknowledge that the Special Olympics Canada Winter Games Calgary 2024 will be located on the traditional territories of the people of the Treaty 7 region in Southern Alberta. This includes: the Siksika [“sit-sicka”], Piikani [“peegun-ee”], and Kainai [“gay-nah”] collectively known as the Blackfoot Confederacy; the Îethka [“yitch ka”] Nakoda Wîcastabi [“wee che stahbi”] First Nations, comprised of the Chiniki, Bearspaw, and Good Stoney Bands; and the Tsuut’ina [“sut sinah”] First Nation. The city of Calgary is also homeland to the historic Northwest Métis and to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3.

Opening Ceremony: Stampede Park

Home to the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, Stampede Park is comprised of multiple venues that host concerts and events throughout the year, including July’s 10-day Calgary Stampede. Located in downtown Calgary, Stampede Park is one of the city's most unique and versatile event venues. The Opening Ceremony on February 27 will be kicking off the 2024 National Games in style!

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Stampede Park
Photo courtesy of Rocky Mountain Outlook








5-pin bowling: The Bowling Depot

35 athletes competing

The Bowling Depot has been a part of Calgary's 5-pin bowling community since 1997. Their facility features 24 bowling lanes, which will be filled with exciting competition during National Games!

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Bowling Depot
Photo courtesy of Bowling Depot








Alpine skiing: WinSport

9 athletes competing

WinSport is proud to own and operate Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, one of the key legacy facilities from the 1988 Winter Olympics.  It features terrain for all abilities, a world-class halfpipe, FIS-sanctioned slopestyle course and terrain park.

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WinSport venue photo of ski hill and indoor facility
Photo courtesy of WinSport








Cross country skiing: Confederation Golf Course

12 athletes competing

Confederation Park Golf Course is a public city-run course in the city’s northwest quadrant. In the winter, the golf course gets transformed into a six kilometre skiing course.

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Confederation Golf Course covered in snow with skiers
Photo courtesy of Foothills Nordic








Curling: North Hill Curling Club

25 athletes competing

North Hill Curling Club is known for creating a fun and community-minded experience that fosters a positive and lasting interest in the sport of curling.

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North Hill Curling Club curling rink
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7 Chiefs Sportsplex

Figure skating: 9 athletes competing
Floor hockey: 28 athletes competing

7 Chiefs Sportsplex is a world-class sports facility and events centre that is founded on the rich heritage and principles of the Tsuut'ina Nation that borders Calgary for all to enjoy. It is the largest sporting and fitness facility in western Canada!

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Outdoor view of Seven Chiefs Sportsplex
Photo courtesy of Seven Chiefs Sportsplex








Snowshoeing: Maple Ridge Golf Course

15 athletes competing

Maple Ridge Golf Course is located in Deerfoot Trail. Its beautiful 18-hole course will be converted to a snowshoeing course for National Games!

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Maple Ridge Golf Course
Photo courtesy of Maple Ridge Golf Course









Speed skating: Olympic Oval

9 athletes competing

Located at the University of Calgary, the Olympic Oval is Calgary's home to speed skating events year-round, committed to supporting the development of the next generation of skating champions.

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Olympic Oval bird's eye view
Photo courtesy of the University of Calgary







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