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True Sport Spotlight: Ace Volleyball Club

As one of the largest volleyball clubs in Canada, Ace Volleyball Club inspires its athletes to not only excel in the game of volleyball, but to also be ambassadors of the game by giving back to their communities and charitable organizations.

“As coaches, we can have such a huge impact on these kids. Parents and players focus a lot on winning these days, but I believe that the impact we can have by using sport to help develop good people through community involvement will be more fulfilling.” said David Wildman, Founder and President of Ace Volleyball Club.  

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True Sport Lives Here: Schools

Did you know that schools can join True Sport? If you want to activate the True Sport Principles in your school, consider joining today!

If your school is already involved but you aren’t sure where to start, we have an infographic specifically for schools that will point you in the right direction. As an example, you could theme school assemblies around one or more of the True Sport Principles or provide True Sport awards. Read how schools are activating the True Sport Principles!

The True Sport Lives Here member infographics describe how you can live the True Sport Principles based on your role in sport. The infographics present activities, resources, and ideas to help you bring True Sport to life.

Check out the True Sport infographic for schools today!

Resource Reminder: No Ref, No Game

One year ago, Sport Manitoba developed the #NoRefNoGame social media campaign as part of their commitment to True Sport, and to raise awareness about the maltreatment of officials in sport.
The campaign is a reminder that sport officials need to be treated with respect, because without them, there would be no game. The campaign is supported by a series of generic and sport-specific social media tiles that are available to download.

Learn more about #NoRefNoGame.