First Name: Joyce
Last Name: Myers
Sport: Multi-sport
Inductee Type: Builder
Year Inducted: 1996
Home Town: Kentville
County: Kings County

Joyce Myers is a worthy addition to the Hall of Fame as an athlete, administrator, and coach. She has won thirteen Maritime doubles badminton titles and captured a dozen provincial titles in ladies, mixed, senior ladies, and masters categories. She has also won many titles in tennis.

Myers was president of Sport Nova Scotia, president of the Nova Scotia Tennis Association, director of the Canadian Badminton Association, and a six-time member of the Canada Games mission staff. She has coached countless teams to championships and two of her Canada Games teams won silver medals. In 1983, she was selected provincial coach of the year.

Myers has also been an official at many local, regional, provincial, national, and international competitions and she served as a head official at the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul.

Myers has also made a significant contribution to curling.


• Won 13 Maritime Doubles Championships
• Captured Dozen Provincial Titles in Curling
• Won a Number of Championships in Tennis
• President of Sport Nova Scotia
• President Nova Scotia Tennis Association
• Director Canadian Badminton Association
• Chairman of the Senior Games
• Member Canada Games Mission Staff 6 Times
• Served as Assist Chef de Mission in 1989 CA Games
• Prov Coach of the Year Moosehead Sport Awards 1983
• NS Top Official of the Year 1988