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Flag Bearers Announced and Rosters Released for 2018 Manitoba Games

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Up to 1,500 of Manitoba's best young male and female athletes and coaches will compete in 12 different sports over the coming week at the 2018 Manitoba Games powered by Manitoba Hydro. Official rosters are now released and are searchable by athlete's name, team name, sport, or region. The flag bearers for each of the six regional teams have also been announced. Each flag bearer will represent their region and lead their team into the Opening Ceremonies of the Games.

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Watch the Manitoba Games Opening Ceremonies on Facebook

Opening Ceremonies

Join us as we celebrate the Opening Ceremonies of the 2018 Manitoba Games powered by Manitoba Hydro. This event will be live-streamed on the Manitoba Games Facebook page from Thompson. Watch as the C.A. Nesbitt Arena in the Thompson Regional Community Centre is transformed into a giant party. Experience the excitement of the start of the Games as athletes from all over the province prepare to compete in 13 different sports.

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Performance Development Series - Speed, Agility and Quickness

Cory Kennedy - Strength and Conditioning Coach and Sport Scientist at Canada's Olympic Training Centre in Quebec

The Canada Games Sport for Life Performance Centre is holding a Performance Development Seminar on Saturday, March 10 with guest speaker, Cory Kennedy. Kennedy is a Strength and Conditioning Coach and Sport Scientist at Canada's Olympic Training Centre in Quebec. Cory completed his Master's in Strength and Conditioning at Edith Cowan University, in Perth, Australia and has been working with Canada's Olympians since the 2012 Summer Olympics. Topics for the seminar include linear and multi-directional speed, the use of technology in the monitoring process, strength development, and athlete testing and evaluation.

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RBC Training Ground

RBC Training Ground: could it be you?

Help discover Canada's next generation of Olympic athletes. RBC Training Ground is at the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre on Saturday, April 7. It's a day of physical challenges for athletes to showcase their podium potential. To see if Manitoba's athletes have what it takes to be Canada's next great Olympic athlete, they will compete in four exercises that test power, speed, strength, and endurance.

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Team Toba Alumni Shine at Olympics

Kaitlyn Lawes at 2003 Canada Winter

Team Canada had a tremendous showing at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, finishing third overall in both the gold medal count with 11 and in total medals, the Canadians leave South Korea highly decorated. In total, Canada won 29 medals, a new national Olympic Winter Games record, surpassing its Vancouver 2010 total of 26. Canada Games alumni were major contributed to Canada's medal haul. See what Team Manitoba alumni Chay Genoway, Bailey Bram, and Kaitlyn Lawes achieved.

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