Sport Manitoba’s P-Series brings together experts from a variety of fields to educate athletes, coaches, and parents on health, training, and sport performance.
Get started with our $25 one-month trial offer! You can test out our cushy new track, enjoy floor to ceiling windows, lift some weights and sample up to eight classes including yoga, HIIT, spin, cardio, strength and more! There is nothing to cancel when your trial ends!
Our multi-sport camps are developed by a team of Sport Manitoba activity leaders and Sport Performance Specialists. Camp activities are tailored to the age group’s stage in the athlete development cycle. We feature a variety of activities that promote and develop key athletic attributes such as confidence, teamwork, sport science knowledge, functional foundations, and multi-sport skills.
Join us at the 7th annual Winnipeg Whisky Festival March 1-2 in support of the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame! The event features over 160 products including Scotch, Irish, Bourbon, Tennessee, Welsh, Indian, Japanese and Canadian whiskies along with some cognac and other spirits. You’ll also enjoy an all-evening gourmet buffet with a diverse selection of cuisine. Attendees receive a souvenir Glencairn Whisky Glass and a taxi voucher for a safe ride home.
After helping Team Canada win gold at the 2019 Under-18 Women’s World Hockey Championship in Japan last month, Raygan Kirk doesn’t have much time to celebrate. The 17-year-old goaltender from Ste. Anne, Manitoba will be a centrepiece of Team Manitoba’s women’s hockey team in Red Deer.
Ringette phenom Alana Lesperance (Winnipeg) is Team Manitoba’s flag bearer for the Opening Ceremonies of the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, Alberta.
The Fleming Family Hockey Coach Scholarship supported by Jennifer Fleming is presented annually to a student who has demonstrated a commitment to coaching hockey in Manitoba. The goal is to encourage students to continue coaching hockey while attending a post-secondary institution and beyond. The $1,200 scholarship will be applied to the recipient’s tuition.