SUSH Statement on COVID-19

Manitoba Athletes, it is no surprise that the impact of COVID-19 has caused a drastic change to your training regimen. When gyms and performance centers abruptly closed to stop the spread of the virus, an abrupt shift in priorities took place. Barbells and racks were...

The Athletes Guide for Eating Over the Holidays

The Athletes Guide for Healthy Eating Over the Holidays The holidays are easily filled with brunches, dinners, parties and late nights, which can sabotage an athlete’s sport nutrition plan and potentially compromise both exercise recovery and athletic performance....

Cannabis in Sport

The Sport Medicine and Science Council is excited to have been a part of the working group that helped put together an education and information program for Cannabis Legalization from the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport. The CCES group included all Sport Medicine...

Healthy Development for Young Athletes Panel hosted by U of W

Event details: Title: Let the Games Begin: Supporting Healthy Development for Young Athletes Date: Monday, June 26, 2017; 6:30 – 8:00 pm Location: Leatherdale Hall, UWinnipeg campus Admission: Free; no registration required MEDIA CONTACT Adam Campbell, Communications...

Upcoming weekend course: Advanced Exercise and Physical Literacy

Sport Physiotherapy Canada, Manitoba Section invites you to an upcoming weekend course: Advanced Exercise and Physical Literacy: Transitioning into Clinical Practice. The course is October 28-30th, instructed by Jean-Francois Berard. Please see the attached PDF for...

Annual Scholarship Opportunity

Are you currently studying in the fields of sport science or sport medicine and looking for financial support? A scholarship fund has been established by the Sport Medicine & Science Council of Manitoba to offer financial support and encourage innovative and...