KidSport is proud to have presented the 2013 KidSport Community Champion Award, presented by Ritchie Bros., to Team KidSport ambassador Tommy Europe. This award was presented March 5, 2014 as part of the 48th annual Sport BC Athlete of the Year Awards banquet at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver. Hosted by CBC sports caster Scott Russell, this event is the longest standing sports award banquet in the country and recognizes the very best in the BC sports community.
Athletes, officials, coaches and volunteers are all honoured for their performances in the 2013 year and KidSport is thrilled to honour Tommy with all these deserving award recipients. Tommy has been a selfless ambassador for KidSport for several years, giving freely of his time and supporting KidSport with proceeds from his very popular bootcamps. His passion for sport and for ensuring that all kids have the opportunity to play makes him our KidSport Community Champion.
About Tommy Europe Tommy Europe is Canada’s most recognized and sought -after fitness coach. He is an entrepreneur, award-winning fitness coach, published author, former professional football player, keynote speaker, and founder of the Tommy Europe Corporate SHRED™ Wellness Makeover. He is committed to working collaboratively with individuals and Corporate wellness initiatives to strategically develop, meet and maintain your health, wellness, fitness, and life goals. Empowering all through education, engagement, motivation, and inspiration. You can find out more about Tommy at www.tommyeurope.tv .
Not all kids have the opportunity to be involved in sports. For those who dream of hitting a homerun, playing goal, shooting hoops, and making new friends, it's all possible through KidSport™. For a happier, healthier lifestyle for kids in British Columbia, KidSport™ makes a difference.
We believe that no kid should be left on the sidelines and all should be given the opportunity to experience the positive benefits of organized sports. KidSport™ provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport.