Longtime sport volunteer Jack MacDonald passed away on September 17, 2014 just shy of his 89th birthday. In addition to the work he dedicated to the sport of badminton, MacDonald was also a member of the Manitoba Sports Federation Board and the Treasurer
Posted: December 11, 2014
As part of Hockey Manitoba's 100th Anniversary celebrations, the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame opened a fantastic new hockey exhibit that features rings, medals, and jerseys from Memorial Cups, Stanley Cups, and Olympic Glory!
Posted: December 01, 2014
John Trager, inducted in 1995 as a Builder for Ten Pin Bowling, passed away on November 9, 2014.
Posted: November 17, 2014
The Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame inducted five athletes, three builders and one team at the Annual Induction Ceremonies presented by RBC Royal Bank at the Victoria Inn on Saturday night.
Posted: November 10, 2014
Winnipeg has contributed a lot to Canadian football, including 10 Grey Cup teams, all-star players, legendary coaches and nationally acclaimed sports journalists. But did you know the CFL was founded at the corner of Main and Higgins by a Winnipegger?
Posted: October 07, 2014
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Rowing Legend Theo Dubois won the 1946 Lou Marsh Trophy as Canada's Most Outstanding Athlete of the Year.
Dan Halldorson won two PGA Tour events and helped Canada win two World Cup victories.
Clara Hughes is the most-decorated Olympian in Canadian history