The Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame is located at 145 Pacific Avenue inside the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre, and is one of Manitoba's Star Attractions. It is a 3,000 square foot facility dedicated to celebrating the rich sports history in Manitoba. If you are looking for a unique, inspiring place to hold your next meeting, party, or get-together, we offer our gallery for private event rentals.
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.
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.
All Round Builder Al Miller was inducted into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame in 1995 and worked tirelessly on the amateur sport scene with the Province of Manitoba in the Sport Directorate and in the founding of the Canada Games' movement back in 1967.
Four-time Stanley Cup champion and first Winnipeg Jets Captain Ab McDonald Passes Away
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.
Manitobans lost another community leader on May 6, 2018 when J. Derek Riley passed away just shy of his 96th birthday.