Volunteer Positions: MAWA is looking for people to serve on the Board of Directors. Nominations will be accepted until 10:00 a.m. October 23, 2015.
Wanted! Northern Representative
MAWA is now accepting applications for Provincial/2017 Canada Games Team Manager
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Manager Job Description click here
2015 Wesmen Tournament Results -click here
2015 Western Canada Games Results: Manitoba Wrestlers win 8 medals in individual competition! 2 gold, 6 bronze!
Gold - Hunter Lee,
Gold - Michael Hickey
Bronze - Carson Lee
Bronze - Iury Garbur
Bronze - Dante Bibeau
Bronze - Duyen Nguyen
Bronze - Mikwan Dumas
Bronze - Jessica Rabet
Manitoba athletes performed very well at the Cadet/Juvenile National Championships in Fredericton NB April 10-12. Congratulations to double medallists Amber Wiebe of Morden and Hunter Lee of Flin Flon. Amber won gold in the Juvenile Women's Greco competition and bronze in Juvenile Women's Freestyle. Meanwhile in Cadet Men's freestyle wrestling Hunter Lee won Silver as well as placing 2nd in the UWW Cadet Trials. Other medallists were Christina McKay of Flin Flon who won silver in Women's Junvenile Greco and Deon Cameron of Peguis who won silver in Juvenile Men's Greco. more results
Congratulations to Hunter Lee of Flin Flon, Manitoba!
Hunter finished 3rd in the Cadet category at the Ontario Cup held in Guelph, ON on July 12. He lost his first match to an athlete from Iowa, then won the next four matches to secure bronze. Hunter is a member of the Cadet National B Team and is currently in Toronto to participate in the Pan Am Camp for the week. And when that ends he leaves for Italy for a week long International camp. Hunter will returns to Canada July 26 in time to get ready for Westerns!
News from CIS Wrestling at the University of Winnipeg.
Wesmen Athletics Wrestling Program To Partner With The Canadian Sport Centre Manitoba
For Information Click Here
NCCP Coaching Clinics
Are you interested in learning to coach wrestling? More coaches are always needed!
MAWA offers two levels of coaching clinics. Minimum age requirement for coaches is 16.
Do you want to coach beginning wrestlers? Interested in working with elementary or junior high age groups?
Don't have a lot of wrestling experience but want to learn? We have a coaching course for you!
Community Coaching - Kids Wrestling is a one day clinic for new coaches wanting to coach beginning or young athletes. Cost: $65.00 Includes coaches manual, lesson plan manual and instructional DVD.
Do you have wrestling experience? Do you want to coach competitive athletes at the high school level? Then the Competition Introduction coaching course is the course take. This course is required for anyone who wants to coach competitive athletes at the high school level. It is also recommended for those coaching serious junior high competitors. This course is taught in two weekend sessions, Part A (16 hours) and Part B (20 hours). Cost $90.00 per part. Includes coaches manual and instructional DVD.
Please contact MAWA at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to take a clinic at a future date and we will notify you as soon as we have enough interest to offer the course.
NCCP Course Registration Form
Respect In Sport
Attention coaches! The Respect in Sport course is now available for the sport of wrestling on the Sport Manitoba website.(click here) This is a mandatory course for ALL coaches within the province of Manitoba.
NCCP Records Available On-Line
Attention Coaches! Your NCCP records are available on the following website: http://www.coach.ca/
Fila announces new wrestling rules
Wanted! Former amateur wrestlers interested in learning to coach. MAWA is in need of more coaches in all areas of the province. If you are interested in becoming a coach please sign up for one of our coaching clinics or contact us for more information at email@example.com.