Lethbridge is proud to welcome the young athletes, coaches, volunteers and families to our beautiful city. Lethbridge is looking forward to sharing the amazing community with all.
Now being the third largest city in Alberta, Lethbridge is filled with many attractions for athletes and visitors. With over 130 parks, over 240 kilometers of walking and running trails, playgrounds, and sports fields there is something sure to please everyone in the family.
Once designated as a Cultural Capital of Canada, Lethbridge shares a large variety of cultures that can be experienced at different venues around the city. Lethbridge is also a short jog away from the beautiful Canadian Rockies, Writing on Stone, and Head Smashed in Buffalo jump. The city has several historical attractions to visit such as the High-Level Bridge, Fort Whoop-Up, and world renowned Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens.
Lethbridge is proud to have a legacy of athletes that started their athletic careers in the city:
– Doug Barkley (NHL – Detroit Red Wings)
– Morgan Crooks (olympic rower)
– Jason Day (mixed martial artist)
– Jack de Heer (NHL – hockey)
– Brad Erdos (gridiron football player)
– Earl Ingarfield, Sr. (NHL – Pittsburgh Penguins)
– Jordan Mein (UFC, mixed martial artist)
– Joseph Meli (four-time Canadian Olympian (Judo))
– Jamie Pushor (NHL – Detroit Red Wings)
– Stacy Roest (NHL – Detroit Red Wings)
– Vic Stasiuk (NHL – Chicago Black Hawks)
– Kris Versteeg (NHL – Boston Bruins)
– Ashley Steacy ( Rio 2016 Olympic Bronze Medallist – Rugby 7s)
– Jim Steacy (2008 and 2012 Olympian – Hammer Throw)
– Heather Steacy (2012 and 2016 Olympian – Hammer Throw)
– Rachel Nicol (Rio 2016 Olympian – Swimming)
– Zack McAllister (Rio 2016 Paralympian – Swimming)