What’s your New Year’s Resolution?

Stephanie Lambert

Wednesday, January, 17th, 2018

We’re halfway through January, how are you doing with your New Year’s Resolutions? Are you starting to wane, or are you holding strong? Resolutions often […]

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Friday, September, 29th, 2017

  At CSCM we are athlete focused, COACH LED and expert resourced because we believe that all of our programs and services must be focused […]

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Manitoba Curlers vying for PyeongChang Games


Thursday, September, 28th, 2017

DYK – Manitoba could fill all 12 curling positions at the PyeongChang Olympic & Paralympics Games?   With just under four months to the Olympic […]

My Experiences with Sport Psychology


Wednesday, August, 9th, 2017

About Chantal: Chantal Van Landeghem is an Olympic bronze medallist from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Chantal recently graduated from the University of Georgia with a perfect GPA as […]


Dual Citizenship: it’s AND, not OR

Luisa Alarcon

Friday, June, 30th, 2017

Dual Citizenship: it’s AND, not OR by Luisa Miranda Alarcón CSCM’s Marketing and Events Manager Luisa Alarcón shares her experiences as a first generation immigrant, […]

Re-defining the meaning of “community”

Jeff Powell

Thursday, March, 30th, 2017

Fast Pitch Winnipeg – 2017 Re-defining the meaning of “community”  March 30, 2017 – It’s been a long time since I’ve been in a “performance […]

Why Canada’s athletes are struggling financially

Fiona Rettie

Monday, March, 20th, 2017

Help Winnipeg paddler Nadya Crossman-Serb on her Olympic journey! Click here to read more about Nadya, or visit her MAKEACHAMP page. Why Canada’s athletes are struggling […]