An athlete-centered Sport Manitoba leads and supports sport for life through access, participation and achievement in sport by all Manitobans.
Regional Testing Combines open to rural Manitoba athletes of ANY level and sport. Athletes: baseline testing done for speed, agility, strength & power. Coaches: testing done for your entire team efficiently, at low cost and results reviewed by sport performance experts. Parents: learn about the sport development pathway and ask questions about strength and conditioning.
We recently introduced our Golf Medicine Program on CTV Morning Live. Our Titleist Performance Institute-certified Physical Therapist, Brian Buffie (former member of the University of Manitoba Bison Men’s golf team) will identify your limitations and correct them. The Manitoba golf season is short, give yourself the best chance to enjoy it!
Sport Manitoba is hosting Regional Testing Combines open to athletes of ANY level and sport. The first Combine will take place in Winkler on September 9, 2016. The second Combine will take place in Brandon on September 10, 2016.
3,000 athletes, coaches and volunteers gathered together from all from different parts of the province, from different backgrounds, cultures, and experiences – and for one week we all had the common goal, to experience True Sport and live the magic of the Games!
Opening ceremonies kick off Games In a night that featured music, dancing, success stories, and of course a torch and cauldron. Keep reading for the rest of the story, photos and our live stream in case you missed it our want to see it again!
The best track in Steinbach was marked by a line of dirt. Running around a small dent made in the grassy landscape, circling 400 metres, was where champions were made in school track meets, but that was about all it was good for. Those who ran sprinted elsewhere, as many other places in Steinbach did the job nearly as well.