NATIONAL TEAM PARTNERS





  Designation: Official Outerwear Clothing Sponsor
Partner since: 2016


  Designation: Official Transportation Sponsor
      for North America
Partner since: 2016

        Designation: Official Logistic Partner 
     for all International Transports
Partner since: 2011


FUNDING PARTNERS


                              Sport Canada works to help Canadians participate and excel in sport. As part of the Department of Canadian Heritage, Sport Canada strengthens the unique contribution that sport makes to Canadian identity, culture and society.
    Own the Podium, a not-for-profit organization, prioritizes and determines investment strategies to national sport organizations in an effort to deliver more Olympic and Paralympic medals for Canada.
   
SAIT instructors and students have been working with Bobsleigh CANADA Skeleton (BCS) on developing bobsleigh and skeleton sled prototypes since 2005. Over 30 sleds have been fabricated by SAIT to date.
Supporter since: 2008



EVENT FUNDING PARTNERS

             Bloomex proudly supports BCS by contributing 15% of sales back to our program. 

PARTNERS IN EXCELLENCE


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      The Canadian Olympic Committee leads the achievement of the Canadian Olympic Team’s podium success and advances Olympic values in Canada.
    The International Bobsleigh & Skeleton Federation (IBSF) was founded on November 23, 1923 by the delegates of Great Britain, France and Switzerland, and the representatives of Canada and the United States, meeting at an International Congress in Paris, France. The FIBT headquarters is in Lausanne, Switzerland. 


    WinSport owns and operates Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, the Bill Warren Training Centre at the Canmore Nordic Centre in Canmore Alberta, and the Beckie Scott High Performance Training Centre on Haig Glacier Alberta. WinSport also funds two-thirds of the operating budget for the Olympic Oval at the University of Calgary.
Money spent at WinSport facilities supports not only Canadian high-performance athletes, but introduces thousands of Calgarians to winter sports each year.


    The Whistler Sliding Centre was the site of the bobsleigh, luge and skeleton competitions for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.  This high performance, world-class sliding sports venue includes a 1,450 metre long competition track, as well as venue support buildings.