Manitoba Summer Games

The Manitoba Games powered by Manitoba Hydro are the province’s largest ongoing multi-sport program bringing together participants from across the province.

Sport is the reason for staging the Manitoba Games. The Games are a competitive, developmental opportunity for select sports to advance Provincial Sport Organization’s long term athlete and coach development.

The Manitoba Games are often an athlete’s first multi-sport Games experience. The Games help to identify Manitoba athletes who have the potential to advance to higher levels of competition: Provincial Team, National Competition, and the Canada and Western Canada Games. After competing in the Manitoba Games, many athletes move on to become part of Team Manitoba!

The City of Dauphin will host the 2020 Manitoba Summer Games powered by Manitoba Hydro from August 9-15, 2020 which will involve 1,500 athletes from around the province.

We will be hosting combines in each of the regions across the province to identify athletes and put their skills to the test. The tests will cover a range of metrics that can be used to steer athletes toward event types and allow us to find talented youth who may do well on the team. More information including dates and locations will follow as we get closer to the fall. For more information, contact Noelle Merkel at

If you are interested in being a Regional Coach, Chaperone, or Team Manager the applications can be found below. Applications can be submitted electronically to Noelle Merkel at

Manitoba Games Coach Application

Manitoba Games Team Manager Application

Manitoba Games Chaperone Application

Head Coaches and Sport MB Reps by Region
Regional Qualifier Date / Info Links
West – Host      Head Coach TBA TBA
Regional Sport Development Officer Megan Foster
East Head Coaches TBA TBA
Regional Sport Development Officer Shannon Schade
South  Head Coach TBA


Regional Sport Development Officer Leanne Traynor
North Head Coach TBA TBA
Regional Sport Development Officer Iris Murray
Winnipeg Head Coach TBA TBA
Regional Sport Development Officer Amanda Daurie