So you want to become a coach...
Becoming a certified coach is an exciting process that begins your journey into both a rewarding and challenging field.
A required online training program for all coaches to ensure sport in our province is safe and welcoming for all participants. It is designed as a tool to assist coaches in identifying and dealing with abuse, neglect, harassment, and bullying in sport.
Today at the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre, $19,000 in academic scholarships were presented to eleven high school students, eight university students, and four Manitoba coaches.
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.
The Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame announced today the class of athletes, builders, and one team that will be inducted November 3, 2018, at the 39th annual induction ceremony presented by Manitoba Liquor Marts at the Victoria Inn in Winnipeg.
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.