Photos: B.C. sports’ great moments

 

Selected great moments in B.C. sports history. The B.C. Sports Hall of Fame is looking for public input for 50 Golden Moments. Have your say by emailing 50Moments@bcsportshalloffame.com

 
 
 
 
<div id="page1">Nancy Greene wins gold at the 1968 Winter Olympics.</div>
 

Nancy Greene wins gold at the 1968 Winter Olympics.

Photograph by: STAFF, AFP/Getty Images

 
<div id="page1">Nancy Greene wins gold at the 1968 Winter Olympics.</div>
The BC Lions win the 1964 Grey Cup.
Joannie Rochette of Canada takes the bronze medal, days after her mother had died suddenly, at the Vancouver Winter Olympics in February 2010.
The Trail Smoke Eaters capture the 1961 world ice hockey championship.
Canada's Sidney Crosby rejoices after scoring the winner in overtime as Canada beat the United States 3-2 in the gold medal hockey game at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.
Roger Bannister wins the 1954 Miracle Mile.
Gold medalists Canada's Kaillie Humphries (left) and Heather Moyse celebrate after the women's bobsleigh at the Vancouver Winter Olympics in Whistler in February 2010.
Hugh &#8216;Eagle&#8217; Lehman, who played for the Vancouver Millionaires. The Millionaires won this city&#8217;s only Stanley Cup title, in 1914-15.
Steve Nash is named the NBA&#8217;s Most Valuable Player for the 2004-2005 season.
Mandatory Credit: Vancouver Public Library VPL 13295  Percy Williams - 200 metre finale winner [PNG Merlin Archive]  MAKING HEADLINES ORG XMIT: POS2013091213055518 [PNG Merlin Archive]
The Vancouver Whitecaps celebrate after winning the 1979 Soccer Bowl.
Kelley Law and Greg McAulay are women&#8217;s and men&#8217;s world curling champions.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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