FINAL MEDAL COUNT: Vancouver Island-Central Coast takes top spot

The medal count is in for the Games.

The Vancouver Island-Central Coast team capped off a strong Sunday by vaulting over the Fraser Valley into first place in the overall medal count.

VICC earned a total of 62 golds, 43 silvers and 56 bronze for 161 overall. They beat out second place Fraser Valley, who won 48 gold, 53 silver and 36 bronze.

Fraser River finished third overall, winning 51 gold, 45 silver and 34 bronze.

Final Medal Totals were:

VICC – 161

FV – 137

FR – 130

Vancouver-Coastal – 126

Thompson-Okanagan – 76

Cariboo-North East – 24

Kootenays – 15

North West – 6

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