On November 8, 2014, five athletes, three builders and one team will be inducted into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame at the 35th Annual Induction Ceremonies presented by RBC.
Posted: July 16, 2014
Two thirds of the legendary "Hot Line" of the World Hockey Association era Winnipeg Jets paid the Hall of Fame Gallery a surprise visit on July 9th. Both signed the Honoured Members Wall and left space for their line-mate Anders Hedberg.
Posted: July 09, 2014
Inducted in 2002 as a Builder in the All Round category, Orest "Buck" Matiowski was most prominent in boxing and hockey but also worked with many other sports and community initiatives.
Posted: July 07, 2014
Inducted in 1989 as a Builder for Hockey, Frank McKinnon was named a Member of the Order of Canada on June 30, 2014.
Posted: July 02, 2014
In celebration of rowing's long history in our province the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame opened an incredible new exhibit.
Posted: June 24, 2014
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The mandate of the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame is to recognize and honour those people who have made their mark in Manitoba's rich sports history through their activities and achievements. The core business of the Hall of Fame is to honour people by telling their story through articles and exhibits, or right here on this website.
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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