Wine, Women and Sport 2020 – Feb 1, 2020

Wine, Women and Sport 2020 – Feb 1, 2020

Join us for our 4th social celebration of Wine, Women & Sport – an evening of empowerment & mingling – exploring opportunities for women in fitness health, mental wellness & sport. Proceeds benefit Centennial High School Senior Girls Soccer Program (see details below under Organizer Description). Each ticket includes your first glass of Township 7 wine and tapas prepared by Centennial Secondary Culinary Arts Teacher, Chef Jonas.

Please purchase your ticket before midnight January 25th, 2020 to receive the pre-event discounted price of $40! Regular priced tickets are $50.00 each. Ticket prices do not include processing fee.

New this year!

Michelle Tremblay, founder of MPower Lives Company, will lead us through a mental health reset for 2020 with a guided focused breathing exercise to support your well-being. Enjoy slowing down to connect with your mind, body and spirit. For more info about MPower Lives:

The evening features fitness, health and sport table top displays. If your business or organization would like to feature a table top display please call 604-818-7407 or email

Introducing the 2020 Amazing Women of Wine, Women & Sport:

Award Winning Sport Journalist. Former World Champion & Olympic Synchronized Swimmer. Mom. – Karin Larsen (Moderator & Panelist)

In a career that has spanned more than 25 years with CBC Vancouver and CBC Sports, Karin Larsen has covered a dozen Olympic and Paralympic Games and reported on the achievements of Canadian athletes from all corners of the globe. In 2011, she co-hosted CBC Vancouver’s highly rated Seeking Stanley, which followed the Vancouver Canucks historic run in the Stanley Cup playoffs.

Karin was a member of Canada’s national synchronized swimming team for almost 10 years. She was an Olympian in 1988 at the Seoul Summer Games. She became world champion in 1986 in addition to winning many other international events. Karin was inducted into the British Columbia Swimming Hall of Fame in 2001. In 1999, she was awarded the Leo Award for Best Sportscaster in Vancouver. Karin was inducted into her hometown Coquitlam Sports Hall of Fame in 2019. She is a graduate of SFU & Centennial Secondary School. You can follow Karin on Twitter at @CBCLarsen “Feel free to read the story before commenting”.

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