An athlete’s journey to this year’s Canada Summer Games…
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Sport Manitoba Announces New Host of 2018 Power Smart Winter Games


After a hard decision, Virden & Area informed Sport Manitoba that they were no longer able to host the 2018 Power Smart Manitoba Winter Games due to lack of volunteers. The dedicated locals commit to countless events and projects in the community on a yearly basis and it came down to availability of time. Moving forward, Sport Manitoba has connected with a new community that will resume the planning of the Games and become the Host Society for the 2018 Power Smart Games.

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Games Alumni – Oliver Evans

Oliver Evans

Oliver Evans made his first multi-sport appearance at the 2012 Power Smart Manitoba Games in Swan Valley, followed by the 2015 Western Canada Games in Wood Buffalo. Oliver plans to return to the stage this year at the Canada Summer Games in Winnipeg to help the Toba Cycling Team claim the top step. Find out more about his pathway to the 2017 Canada Summer Games!

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New Power Smart Manitoba Games Regional Boundaries

Regional Boundaries Map

After consulting with rural Manitobans and Provincial Sport Organizations, Sport Manitoba has announced a realignment of the seven regional boundaries. In an effort to provide the best services possible to all Manitobans, there will now be five regions: East, North, South, West, and Winnipeg. Find out more about the regional boundaries and view our interactive map on our website.

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2020 Power Smart Manitoba Summer Games Bid Process


The Power Smart Manitoba Games are the largest ongoing multi-sport event in the province benefitting athletes, coaches, managers, officials, and the Host Society for years to come. Find out more about the 2020 Power Smart Manitoba Summer Games Bid Process and how your community can benefit from hosting the Games.

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Games Alumni Success at 2017 Provincial Curling Championships

The Canola Junior Men's and Women's Provincial Championships were hosted by CurlManitoba January 1-6, 2017. Out of the 128 participants, 23 were past Power Smart Manitoba Games athletes and 7 represented Team Manitoba at the 2015 Canada Winter Games. To catch the finals on video, and future events, visit CurlManitoba's website and cheer on the athletes!

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50/50 Draw in support of KidSport!

50/50 Draw in support of KidSport! Win & help kids! Tickets on sale until March 23!
2017 Canada Summer Games
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