BC 55+ 2022 Victoria Games Zone 4 Lower Mainland Results

Thanks to the extended deadlines we had 20 participants and 6 supporters register for the 2022 Games. Unfortunately 2 participants had to withdraw, however the 18 who competed did zone 4 proud. 14 of us metalled in 22 events, and won 32 medals, 10 Gold, 14 Silver, and 8 Bronze. The remaining 4, while not winning medals, had some very competitive matches, with Deanna Kasta defeating the eventual gold medallist in Women 65 – 69 Singles – Competitive.

Contributing to our success was the Step-up your Game Clinics, and practice sessions sponsored by Zone 4, and hosted by the North Shore Table Tennis club. These and the coaching by Luba Sadovska were most appreciated by the participants.

2022 BC 55+ Victoria Senior Games Zone 4 Table Tennis Results

Gaskill Stephen                 Gold      1              Men 55-59 Singles- Competitive

Khoudeir Mazen              Silver     2              Men 55-59 Singles- Competitive

Agyeman Kingsley           Silver     2             Men 60 – 64 Singles- Competitive

Goldstein Laurent            Gold      1              Men 65 – 69 Singles- Competitive

Clark-Wilson David          Silver     2              Men 70 – 74 Singles- Competitive

McLennan John                 Gold      1              Men 75 – 79 Singles – Competitive            

Dumler Mike                      Bronze  3              Men 75 – 79 Singles – Competitive

Kim Won K.                         Gold      1              Men 80+ Singles – Competitive

Costello  Bob                       Silver     2              Men 80+ Singles – Recreational

Woo Wilhelmina               Silver     2              Women 75 – 79 Singles – Competitive

Yen Elaine                           Bronze  3              Women 75 – 79 Singles – Competitive

Nykl Marta                          Silver     2              Women 80+ Singles – Competitive

Clark-Wilson/Khoudeir  Gold      1              Men 55 – 59 Doubles – Competitive

Gaskill/Fung                       Bronze  3              Men 55 – 59 Doubles – Competitive

Agyeman/McLennan     Silver     2              Men 60 – 64 Doubles – Competitive

Dumler/Edwards              Bronze  3              Men 70 – 74 Doubles – Competitive

Kim/Costello                      Gold      1              Men 80+ Doubles – Competitive

Yen/Woo                             Bronze  3              Women 70 – 74 Doubles – Competitive

Juergens/Nykl                   Silver                     Women 70 – 74 Doubles Recreational

Woo/Dumler                 Gold      1              Men/Women 75 – 79 Mixed Doubles –

Yen/McLennan                 Silver     2              Men and Women 75 – 79 Mixed Doubles

Costello/Nykl                     Silver     2              Men and Women 80+ Mixed Doubles

Full results for all zones are available on the Games official website: 


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ABOUT ME I am a union and community activist with varied interests. These include: Politics, Social Justice, Canadian literature, the Opera, Theater, photography, golf (when it is not too serious), and walking the sea wall (when it is not raining too hard). I have also re-discovered my passion for Table Tennis, as both a sport and Leisure activity. In the fall of 2007 I suddenly lost my partner and the Love of my Life – Barb Brown. Included in her legacy to me are many fond memories, a wonderful family, and some very special friendships, and some of the more refined interests noted above. As an avid reader and CBC fan – I have yet to pick the winner on CBC’s “Canada Reads”. But I have found winners in the books nominated. One of my favorites is “Rock Bound” by Frank Parker Day – I recommend clearing your schedule before starting to read it. Since one of my two Bengal cats is named Rebus, some of you will rightly assume I am an Ian Rankin fan. My other cat is named Theo (short for Theophilus, which was the name of a character on the series Buck Rogers in the 25th Century). So in spite of my passion for Can Lit, I also enjoy good movies, mysteries, historical fiction, science fiction, and even non-fiction. In the non-fiction category; the Golden Spruce is one of my favorites, and is so well written that it was like reading a novel. Unfortunately my favourite bookseller Duthie Books closed at the end of February 2010. I am currently in the process of winding up AMM First Services Ltd,the consulting company I set up with my kids after retiring from CUPE in 2009.While The work I have been doing for Unions, NGO’s and non-profits has been rewarding, I am looking forward to devoting more time to my other interest.