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B.C. Soccer Whistler volunteer

Whistler's own Peter Shrimpton was recognized by B.C. Soccer last month with their annual Award of Merit, and was presented with the award at the Vancouver Whitecaps vs. New England Revolution game in Vancouver this past Saturday, June 15.

Shrimpton has served on the Whistler Youth Soccer Club board since 1997, and was the club president from 2006 to 2011. He also co-founded the Quest Soccer Academy in 2009, a U18 boys team that placed second in several gold and metro level tournaments. The same year he was the general manager for the corridor U16 Boys, which won most of the tournaments it entered.

In 2009-2010 he was the general manager for the Squamish U18 Boys team, which finished as Gold 1 Lower Mainland Division Champions.

From 2009 to 2011 he also volunteered as assistant coach and GM for the Whistler Secondary boys team, and from 2010 to 2011 he was the assistant general manager for the West Van U18 Boys, which finished as the Lower Mainland Division Champions at the Gold 1 level. He was the manager and assistant coach for the West Van U19 Academy in 2011.

He also served as a referee from 2007 to present at different levels. He was presented with a Sport BC Community Hero Award in 2010 for his efforts, and his name is on the Whistler Youth Soccer Club's annual MVP award as well.

In his write-up for the Award of Merit, Shrimpton listed tripling club size over a decade and watching his son Harry win MVP during a provincial medal game for UBC-Okanagan in 2011 as his proudest moments.

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