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July 25, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - The Host Society of the Canada Summer Games -
Sherbrooke 2013 is proud to announce today, that Bell is a major partner of the country's largest multisport competition and will contribute production and broadcasting resources, wireless and Internet services to support the success of the Games.
Bell is also the main presenter of the swimming events and co-presenter of the basketball and soccer competitions, in addition to being an associated partner of the blog squad.
"Being associated with the largest communications company in Québec and Canada is a considerable advantage. We thank Bell for its wide-ranging support," says
Tom Allen, Chair of the Board and Executive Committee of the Canada Summer Games -
Sherbrooke 2013. "By making available the best technology, Bell is contributing to the success of the Canada Summer Games -
Sherbrooke 2013. Bell's major accomplishments and social commitment also represent a source of inspiration for the young athletes who need models of success."
"Bell is proud to support the Canada Summer Games -
Sherbrooke 2013 in Québec, where hundreds of young athletes from across the country will gather to compete, inspire and create memories that will last a lifetime," says
Martine Turcotte, Vice Chair, Québec. "Canada's top sports competition, the Games are a unifying event that enables young athletes to excel and to experience and share with sports fans moments of great emotion."
Programming of the Canada Games official broadcasters The opening ceremony of the Canada Summer Games will be broadcast live on RDS and TSN2 on
Friday, August 2 at
7:00 pm EST. RDS and TSN are the official broadcasters of the Canada Summer Games -
Sherbrooke 2013, providing 40 hours of coverage on RDS and RDS2 and on TSN and TSN2 and online coverage on RDS.ca and TSN.ca.
In addition to the ceremonies, Canadians will be able to watch live broadcasts of the basketball, soccer, track and field, volleyball and beach volleyball competitions, including the women's and men's gold-medal finals.