Athletes and coaches


Athletes & Coaches

Team Manitoba Pride

Team Manitoba is a collection of the province’s best young athletes from a variety of sports and is led by the Chef and Assistant Chefs de Mission.  

Our team is represented by the bison. A symbol of our province, the bison is resourceful and dedicated to the pursuit of success, a social creature that travels in herds, is highly intelligent and playful, and is proud, fast, and strong. We share these characteristics within our Herd and strive to:

  • create an inspiring and supportive environment for all participants to perform at their best
  • treat all Games participants with respect and dignity
  • respect the Games' code of conduct

Code of Conduct

Members of Team Manitoba are expected to conduct themselves at all times in the spirit of fair play and in a responsible manner. This conduct is expected from the time the participant has been confirmed as a member of Team Manitoba's 2019 Canada Winter Games team until they return home from the Games. Members of Team Manitoba are our ambassadors and will participate in the Games with pride and will behave in a manner that is consistent with Team Manitoba’s core values as outlined in the Code. Team Manitoba supports equal opportunity, prohibits discriminatory practices, and is committed to providing an environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and fairness.

Athlete Handbook

The 2019 Canada Winter Games Athlete Handbook has everything you need to know about accreditation, accommodations, turnaround day, athletes' village, medical services, athlete entertainment, Opening and Closing Ceremonies and so much more.

Guide to Games

A guide for participants, parents and guardians on all things 2019 Canada Winter Games - from where the athletes sleep, to what they'll eat, to team history, Canada Games FAQs, important dates to remember and more. 

Media Guide

A guide for athletes, coaches, managers and mission staff on media interviews and relationships, and tips on how to prepare for and deliver a winning interview.

Social Media

No matter which platform, social media plays a big role in how your followers - family, friends, teammates, sponsors, local media etc. - keep up with you during the Games.

Representing your province on the national stage is a big deal and with that comes with a big responsibility. It’s important to remember that the image, content, and persona we post about online is there forever. Be sure to use your best judgment before posting and keeping things positive whenever possible. Team Manitoba (Sport Manitoba) and the Canada Games Council each have their own social media policies that can help guide you through posting to your accounts:


Broadcast / Webcast Schedules

TSN’s comprehensive schedule includes 40 hours of English coverage while RDS features 40 hours of French coverage. All broadcast footage is available for live-streaming through the TSN and RDS apps. See the Full Schedule (PDF)

Webcasting coverage is provided by SportsCanada.TV and featured on, the Canada Games webcast portal. Every single sport at the 2019 CWG will receive live or on-demand webcast coverage.


Athlete and Coach Services

Team Manitoba's progression and success in interprovincial multi-sport Games continue to be directly attributed to its performance planning model. The model includes enrichment funding to Provincial Sport Organizations who provide athletes and teams with innovative sport science, medicine, and training support led by Sport Manitoba's Performance Centre, Sport Medicine Clinic, and the Paul Robson Resource Centre for Leadership and Coaching. 

  • Performance Centre: training, testing, nutrition, mental skills, and more
    • For training, testing, and athlete monitoring services click here
    • For nutrition services click here
    • For mental skills services click here
    • For Presentations for Peak Performance click here
  • Sport Medicine Clinic: physician, physiotherapy, chiropractic, massage, high-performance assessments, and more
  • Coaching Manitoba: education, certification, training, resources, and more

Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport

The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport is founded on the principles of fair play and drug-free sport to create and promote the kind of sport environment Canadians desire and deserve. Find anti-doping, concussion, responsible coaching movement, True Sport resources and more on the CCES website



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