The University of Manitoba played host to the 2022 Canada West track and field championships this past weekend. The meet was a success for the Bisons — the women’s team impressed and the men’s team captured its first conference championship since 2009.
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It has been a memorable February so far for the Bisons track and field team. Starting the month with the Jim Daly Bisons Classic 1.0 at the James Daly Fieldhouse, many Bisons performed very well in this event.
U of M Bisons women’s track and field captain Tegan Turner’s biggest contribution to the sport may come when she is not wearing a runner’s…
Members of the U of M track and field team joined This Week in Bison Sports Friday to talk about the upcoming national championship. The…
Manitoba athletes continue a strong summer for the various Bisons programs, as the U of M swimming and track teams have both earned podium finishes…
The University of Manitoba Bison track and field teams were in Windsor, Ont., for the U SPORTS Track and Field Championships this weekend.
This past weekend during the Canada West championships at the James Daly Fieldhouse was a special one for fifth-year track athlete Gee-ef Nkwonta – it was his last event at home in a Bison uniform.
The best track and field athletes of the West were at the University of Manitoba this weekend for the Canada West Championships.
The home side had multiple podium finishes, outpacing the competition to win the event with 310.5 points. This is Manitoba’s fourth straight win at the Bison Classic.
Oyinko Akinola knows all about the trials and tribulations of being a student athlete.