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U Sports women’s hockey scholarship project ending

[ad_1] Members of the University of Manitoba Bisons celebrate a goal against the University of Saskatchewan Huskies in 2018 U Sports women’s hockey playoff action in Winnipeg. THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO- University of Manitoba-Jeff Miller MANDATORY CREDIT A university women’s hockey pilot project testing whether enhanced financial scholarships could stem the flow of …

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Power of sport breaks barriers for marginalized women

[ad_1] To Maura Martina, longtime wrestler and program developer at the Manitoba Aboriginal Sports and Recreation Council, sports is a life-changer. Her passion for wrestling while she was growing up gave her direction and motivation, despite barriers she faced to succeed in the sport. “It’s where I first found my community, and where I found …

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High school sports teams weigh travelling amid pandemic

[ad_1] PANDEMIC policies for high school sports teams are under consideration as players prepare for a new season. Decisions about travelling to other areas of the province for games amid the COVID-19 pandemic’s fourth wave have been a hot topic of discussion, including concerns about Winnipeg teams travelling to areas of Manitoba that have lower …

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Legendary wheelchair basketball player embraces new role with Manitoba Wheelchair Sport Association

[ad_1] When Joey Johnson tells his story, he describes it as the most devastating part of his life. He was eight years old when he sat in the doctor’s office and found out that he had a degenerative hip disease. “I remember sitting there and being like ‘OK, what does that mean? When can I …

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