Thompson recently played host to the 2018 Manitoba Winter Games powered by Manitoba Hydro. These Games exemplify all that is special about sport. They bring people together from across Manitoba creating lifelong friendships, reinforcing healthy lifestyles, and generating community participation and pride. The Manitoba Games are a vital developmental program for amateur sport. They enhance sport participation, development, and excellence across our great province.
Once the Games get started you can view our results pages to see ongoing results as well as final placings for teams and individuals. You will also find our medal standings as well as the ability to search by teams or individual athletes. Results will be updated multiple times per day.
To provide the best services possible to Manitobans, Sport Manitoba has restructured the provincial regional zones it recognizes and their boundaries. The previous seven regions will now be divided into five: East, West, South, North and Winnipeg.
The Canada Games Sport for Life Performance Centre is now offering a High Performance Hockey program for Manitobans. Program includes fitness assesments, individualized training, on-ice skills, recovery sessions, and more! Take a look at the program overview and consider submitting your application.
A huge thank you to the all athletes, coaches, managers, volunteers, staff, spectators, sponsors and of course, the City of Thompson for making the 2018 Manitoba Winter Games powered by Manitoba Hydro such a great success!
The 2018 Manitoba Games powered by Manitoba Hydro was the first time our youth and community were able to experience live speed skating. Hunter Ullett of Team Winnipeg Blue, and AJ Seldon from Team East were excited to explain their sport to someone new.
Winnipeg Gold has added to their impressive medal haul at the 2018 Manitoba Games powered by Manitoba Hydro with another bronze, this time in female hockey, as they beat Team North 3-2 in a shootout.
Friday night Lock’n’Load Paintball created an escape the room in the male village. Team South’s wrestlers, Noah Godlewski and Austin Neufeld were excited to try it out!