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Team Manitoba – Team Manitoba continues at the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games

Phase one of the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games has officially come to an end, and our athletes did a fantastic job. We finished the first phase with a total of 80 medals, 29 gold, 26 silver and 25 bronze.

The canoe/kayak team had an incredible week at the Games winning 37 medals total. Every single athlete on the team left Swift Current with at least one medal in hand. The girls softball team went undefeated and took home the gold medal yesterday after winning against Saskatchewan 8-1. Our beach volleyball players picked up several medals, with our female teams winning gold and silver, and one of our male teams also winning gold. Meanwhile, both our male and female soccer teams have arrived back in Winnipeg with silver medals around their necks. Lastly, our male and female basketball teams took home bronze after a morning of basketball yesterday.

Our phase one athletes are officially back in Winnipeg, and our phase two athletes are here and ready to compete! Phase two includes: athletics, baseball, diving, golf, rowing, tennis, triathlon, volleyball and wrestling. 

For interview requests, photos and more, contact Jessica Bednarski,  Team Manitoba Communications Lead at 204-801-7401 or


Today’s schedule

Wedneday, August 14

Today our boys baseball team will play two baseball games, one versus Alberta and one versus Saskatchewan. Our tennis teams will play Northwest Territories and Alberta, and our male and female volleyball team will play Nunavut. Meanwhile, all other athletes have a practice day as they prepare for a big day of events tomorrow. 

In an effort to share the most up-to-date competition schedule, please refer to the online version as it will always have the most current details and times. 

Sport Schedule
*schedule subject to change

Story/Interview Opportunities

Athletes/Teams/Coaches To Watch

  1. Canoe/kayak athlete Sacha Skirzyk entered into the maximum number of events he could for the Games, and ended up medalling in every single event he was competing in. He left Swift Current yesterday with eight golds, two silvers and two bronze for a total of twelve medals.
  2. Cole Buxton has finished competing in Swimming this week, but he will not leave Swift Current as he is a multi-sport athlete. Cole will now be competing in Triathlon.
  3. Rowing athlete Jazzy Kostelnyk is bringing her previous Games experience to the team, as she competed in the 2017 Canada Summer Games. She is not the only one in her family who will be competing at the WCSG, her brother Rhade Kostelnyk competed in the last phase of the Games for swimming and won a bronze in the all male 4 x 100m medley relay.

Photo Highlights

Access Team Manitoba’s photos on our website and Facebook page. Photos are available for use by media. Please contact to inquire about proper photo attribution. Photos may be available in higher resolution.


Important Links

2019 Western Canada Summer Games links


Media Contact

Jessica Bednarski
Games Assistant, Sport Manitoba
Team Manitoba Communications Lead