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Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games Cauldron at Jack Poole Plaza

10 year anniversary of 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games

Sports fans, past volunteers, future athletes, and all Vancouverites are invited to participate in various anniversary events.

We're hosting a series of community celebrations throughout February and March to mark the 10 year anniversary of the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games. 

Countless partners rallied together in preparation for the games, uniting the community and building the city we know and love today.

 For other 2010 Winter Games anniversary themed activities over the Family Day weekend, contact your local community centre.

2010 Olympic Winter Games (February 12 to 28)

202 athletes represented Canada in 15 sports.

Canada finished third with 26 medals:

  • 14 gold
  • 7 silver
  • 5 bronze

2010 Paralympic Winter Games (March 12 to 21)

46 athletes represented Canada in five sports.

Canada finished third with 19 medals:

  • 10 gold
  • 5 silver
  • 4 bronze

Venues built for the 2010 Winter Games

Creekside

Amenities include a fitness centre, a gymnasium, dance and yoga studios, multi-purpose rooms, a child care centre, and paddling launch. The centre is located at 1 Athletes Way, Vancouver, BC V5Y 0B1. 604-257-3050.

Hillcrest

Hillcrest recreation centre is located at 4575 Clancy Loranger Way, Vancouver, BC. 604-257-8680. Amenities include a dance studio, indoor cycling, indoor/outdoor pool, ice rink, fitness centre, gym, and cafe.

Killarney

Killarney Community Centre includes a dance studio, fitness centre, ice rink, tennis courts, gym, indoor pool, games room, computer lab, playground, youth centre, and snack bar. The centre is located at 6260 Killarney St, Vancouver, BC. 604-718-8200.

Trout Lake

The Trout Lake Community Centre is located at 3360 Victoria Dr, Vancouver, BC. 604-257-6955. Amenities include an arts studio, pottery studio, music room, performing arts studio, fitness centre, indoor cycling, gym, ice rink, and outdoor festival plaza.