Presentations for Peak Performance

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.

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Court & Studio Space
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Fitness, Performance, and Gym 
Active Aging Expo
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Workout in the Exchange

Get started with our $25 one-month trial offer! You can test out our cushy new track,  lift some weights and sample up to eight classes.  There is nothing to cancel when your trial ends!

In-Season Training

This program is designed for athletes (13-21 yrs old) living in the East part of the province, who have a background in competitive sport(s, who may benefit from doing in-season mobility, including strength and core exercises to aid in recovery from practice and competition.

Reflections of the Great War: Manitoba Athletes-In-Arms

Check out the newest exhibit in the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame! In celebration of the 100 years’ anniversary of the end of the First World War, the exhibit features Manitoba’s athletes and sports teams, or the battalions to which they belonged, during the war. 

Recent news

It's the last testing combine of the fall season at the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre! It's a chance for athletes to get a quick training session in regardless of their sport or where they're at in their season.

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.

Coach & Athlete Development Coordinator Brittany Bruinooge talks about the importance of learning how to squat, and the benefits it can have in every-day life and in training.

95-year-old Lou Billinkoff celebrated his June 5th birthday in a unique way at the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre: sprinting the track in our fitness centre, surrounded by cameras following his quest to break the record for the 100-metre sprint in the 95+ age category later this month.

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