Shawn Churchill (CTV) talks to cycling and basketball about how the Sport for Life Centre changes the game for their sports. Watch this video.
Posted: April 22, 2014
For his commitment to sport and volunteering, Michael Klatt was awarded the 2013 President's Lifetime Volunteer Achievement Award. We can't thank him enough for all he has done. Check out this video.
Posted: April 10, 2014
Manitoba is rich with countless remarkable sport people of all ages with amazing stories of success, service and dedication. Join us as we celebrate them this month.
Posted: April 04, 2014
Inducted in 1985 as an Athlete for Swimming, Catherine (nee Gordon) "Cay" Kerr was also a prominent Builder in the sport of Synchronized Swimming and a long-time Dinner Committee volunteer for the Hall of Fame. She passed away on March 21, 2014.
Posted: March 26, 2014
The Richardson Foundation generously agreed to match your donation to complete the Sport for Life Centre up to $500,000. Now is the time to donate! Check out this short video for more...
Posted: March 25, 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.
Learn all about our new Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame and what it offers by watching the video below...
The new Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame is presented by the Riley Family. Watch the video below...
Kerry Burtynk represented Manitoba at the Brier three times from 1981 to 2008
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