Archive | July, 2015

Congratulations

Congratulations to Nicole Sifuentes on her silver medal in the 1500m and to Erin Teschuk on her 4th place finish in the 3000m steeplechase at the Pan-Am Games. . .

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Western Canada Summer Games Team

Congratulations to the following athletes who have been named to the Western Canada Summer Games Team that will be competing in August in Wood Buffalo (aka: Fort McMurray) Alberta.     WCSG Men   WCSG Women Jared Allary   Quinn Anderson Simon Berube   Nicole Balzer Connor Boyd   Brooke-Lynn Boyd Caleb De Jong   Geselle Dela […]

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Western Canada Challenge Midget/Youth Team

We would like to congratulate the following athletes on their selection to the Midget and Youth Tri Province Teams that will be competing at the Western Canada Challenge this upcoming weekend.  Come out and support our Manitoba Team at the University  Stadium, Friday through Sunday, July 17th – 19th. Midget Men   Midget Women Akin-Akinbulumo […]

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Athletics Manitoba and MTFOA Resolution

            Hello Everyone, As many of you will know, Athletics Manitoba has been involved in ongoing discussions with the Manitoba Track and Field Officials Association (MTFOA) since December, 2014 regarding the restructuring of the managing group for officials in Manitoba and the need to be better aligned with other provincial […]

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Results from Canadian Championships

Congratulations to Shane Dillon who placed 2nd in the Jr Men’s 800m with a PB time of 1:49.22. More Congratulations to Evan Ratzlaff and Tegan Turner.  Evan just won the 200m in a blistering time of 20.96, breaking the 21 second barrier for the first time.  Tegan placed 3rd in the 200m with a PB time […]

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Athletics Manitoba Staff Changes

As of July 1, Chris Belof, Programs Manager at Athletics Manitoba will be on leave until August 17.   He is pursuing graduate work in Coaching at the University of Victoria. When he returns he will be working 20 hours a week and have a different role within the organization to allow him to pursue his […]

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