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Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba – More than ever before, reaching the extremes of human performance requires that Olympic and Paralympic athletes have a team of experts supporting them. In addition to the Manitoban athletes who will compete at the Games, there are a number of support team members – coaches, sports science and sport medicine staff, officials and mission staff – with a Manitoban connection who are headed to Rio. These folks play an essential role and deserve to be recognized. 

Dave Blatz, COC Core Health Services Team
Jane Edstrom, International Athletics Technical Official
Jared Fletcher, Para-Swimming Team Staff
Tyler Goodale, Women’s Rugby Strength & Conditioning
Lorie Henderson, Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Coach
Adrian Honish, COC Sports Science Team
Derek Ingram, Men’s Golf Team Head Coach
Bill Johnson, Women’s Wheelchair Basketball Coach
Jared MacLeod, Athletics Canada Team Leader
David McKay, Wrestling Coach
Larry McKay, Men’s Volleyball Assistant Coach
Vince Mikuska, Paralympic Team Coach
Rhea Schmidt, CPC Mission Staff
Dana Way, Athletics Canada’s Olympic Team Biomechanist

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On the Eve of the Games…

Men's Volleyball at Team Canada Welcome Ceremony

So what are our athletes feeling on the eve of the Games? Certainly nervousness, but there is an exhilaration, an excitement that goes with this moment. They may be wondering if their training and preparation has been good enough for the performance they seek. Will their carefully planned routine or strategy carry the day? What challenges might their competitors pose?

Behind them now are the fatigue and monotony of training and the impossible pressure of selection – that time when they didn’t know if they were good enough for their country, let alone the world.
They are rested and eager with anticipation, almost buzzing with a schedule that forces them to do so much less than they are accustomed to. Some will have trouble sleeping, lying awake pondering all the possible outcomes. Others will sleep like babies (I never understood how, but they do).

But to a person, I can assure you that there is nowhere they would rather be, and no country they would rather be representing.
I always felt that the 15 minutes before a World Championship or Olympic final were the most alive I could feel. The colours felt sharper, the sounds crisper. The red on every Canadian’s uniform will stand out a little bit more than usual in Rio, and Oh Canada, when it is sung, will never have sounded so sweet.

– Jeff Powell, CSCM general manager and former Olympian


We’ll be sending out “Rio Roundup” emails throughout the Olympic and Paralympic Games, reporting on results and stories from Manitoban athletes. You can also follow us on Twitter for more rapid-fire updates. Or visit!


About CSCM: 
The Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba (CSCM) was created as one of the many legacies of the 1999 Pan American Games held in Winnipeg. Today, CSCM is the hub for high performance sport in Manitoba. A proud member of the Olympic and Paralympic Sport Institute Network, CSCM works to provide a world-class, multi-sport daily training environment for athletes and coaches through integrated services and programs in the fields of physiology, strength and conditioning, nutrition, psychology and support services.

For more information, contact:
Jeff Powell
General Manager, Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba
Direct Line: 204.474.7148 | Email: