Sarah Andreas of Cranbrook nudges the bar during high jump competition Saturday at the B.C. Summer Games in Nanaimo. She cleared the height on her next attempt.

B.C. Summer Games in pictures

The B.C. Summer Games were held in Nanaimo this past Thursday through Sunday, with thousands of athletes competing for medals.



The B.C. Summer Games were held in Nanaimo this past Thursday through Sunday, with thousands of athletes competing for medals.

Here are 40 action photos taken by Nanaimo News Bulletin sports editor Greg Sakaki on Saturday and Sunday. If you like the photos, please consider following @BulletinSports on Twitter.

To see a gallery of photos taken by the Bulletin’s Karl Yu at the opening ceremonies, please click here.

For an article on the closing ceremonies, please click here.

For a list of Nanaimo-area medallists, please click here.

For more coverage of the 2014 B.C. Summer Games, please click here.

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