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2017 Canadian Cross Country Championships

Congratulations to all of the Manitoba athletes that competed at the recent #ACXC2017   WOA alumnus, and current University of Arizona star, Jennie Baragar-Petrash, had an outstanding performance as the second junior woman across the line in her 6km race at the National Cross Country Championships held this past weekend on November 25 in Kingston, […]

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2017 Athletics Manitoba Awards Gala

We will once again be hosting our Awards night at the Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada! This year’s date is Saturday November 4th, with dinner being provided by the wonderful folks at King & Bannatyne. General admission tickets are $30 and all award nominee tickets are only $15. We are in the midst of planning […]

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Summer 2017 – Notable Masters Results

In the midst of a busy competitive summer for all, Manitoba also had a group of Masters Athletes that made the trip to Toronto to compete at the Canadian Masters Athletics Championships. The event actually served double duty, as the North and Central America and Caribbean Region of World Masters Athletics Championships. Some of the highlights […]

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Milk Cross Country Challenge

THE SCHEDULE A few of the races have very high entries (nearing 300 participants).  In order to keep everyone safe the races with over 200 participants must be run in TWO SECTIONS. The schedule has been updated to reflect the additional races and the races with 2 sections are noted below.  Please review the Updated […]

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Canada Games Day 2 Recap.

Day 2 was another great day for our Team Toba athletes. It was a beautiful day to set personal bests and that was exactly what our athletes did. Here are a list of athletes with new personal bests from day 2: Sasanie Wanigasekara in triple jump with a distance of 11.90 Tegan Turner in the […]

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Team members in the news.

It has been a very eventful week for our athletes, we’ve had medal winners and personal bests set all around the track and the field. A couple of our athletes have also been stars off the the track, doing interviews and signing autographs. Here are links to a few highlights: Brooke-Lynn Boyd: http://winnipeg.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1179785&binId=1.1206882&playlistPageNum=1 http://www.themanitoban.com/2017/07/boyd-captures-first-medal-athletics-team-manitoba-canada-summer-games/31762/ Regan Hofley: http://winnipeg.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1178950&binId=1.1164782&playlistPageNum=1

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2017 Canada Games Day 1 Recap.

Day 1 on the track was a hot one, great performances all around. Team Manitoba rounded up the day with 1 bronze medal, a few personal bests, and a lot of final round advancements. Here is a detailed breakdown: First and only medal of the day (Bronze) comes through Brooke-Lynn Boyd in the Javelin! She […]

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2017 MNWT Midget/Youth Team Announcement

The 2017 Manitoba Northwestern Ontario Legion Nationals team, is made up of  36 midget and youth athletes from across Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Congratulations and good luck to the following athletes and coaches. Males: Cale DeFranceschi Joshua Hutchinson Colin Warwick Aidan Raygorodetsky Trae Tomlinson Robin Brooks Jonathan Chausse Graham Hutchison-Campbell Conner Klassen Preston Kull Jayden […]

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Final Schedule for Bison Grand Prix 2

Final Schedule for the Bison Grand Prix #2 on Tuesday, July 25th.

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Chris Belof named Athletics NB High-Performance Coach/UNB Track & Field Head Coach

Athletics Manitoba is thrilled to share the news announced yesterday that Chris Belof has been named Athletics New Brunswick High Performance Coach and University of New Brunswick Track & Field Head Coach. While Chris originally hails from Saskatchewan, our Athletics community here in Manitoba certainly adopted him as one of our own over the years. […]

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