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Red Deer 2019

From February 15 until March 3, 2019, Red Deer and central Alberta will welcome the nation for the 2019 Canada Winter Games.

Featuring 19 sports, over 150 events and a major arts and cultural festival, the 2019 Canada Winter Games will welcome up to 3,600 athletes, managers and coaches and more than 20,000 visitors.

The 2019 Games will be the largest event ever hosted in Red Deer and central Alberta and one of the largest events to be hosted in Alberta in over three decades, since the 1988 Calgary Olympics.


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Team Manitoba

Team Manitoba will be made up of One (1) Compound Male, One (1) Compound Female, One (1) Recurve Male and One (1) Recurve Female will be sent to the 2019 Canada Winter Games. There will be one alternate athlete selected for each of the above team spots.

Team Selection

ABAM 2019 Canada Winter Games Team Selection Document (Version 1.9 – Approved and Published October 4, 2018)

Preliminary Team Selection Ranking List 

Team Leadership

Team Coach: Duncan Crawford
Team Manager: Avril Hatherell


Sport History

The history of archery dates back to earliest times when the crude bow and flint arrowhead provided our ancestors with their food. During the Middle Ages, the bow was supreme on the battlefields of Europe. In our present society, archery is the sport and relaxation for thousands throughout the world

Archery began on the program of the Canada Summer Games during the 1977 Canada Games in St. John’s, Newfoundland.Its last appearance as an outdoor sport was at the 1997 Canada Summer Games in Brandon, Manitoba.The 2003 Canada Winter Games was archery’s introduction as an indoor sport on the Canada Winter Games program.


20 years of age and under as of December 31, 2019.


The competition includes Qualification Rounds, followed by Individual Matchplay and Mixed Team Matchplay. The Qualification Rounds shall be the Indoor 18m Round followed by the Indoor Match Elimination and Finals Rounds (WA and Mixed Team Elimination and Finals Rounds (WA as modified by WA

Notable National Alumni

  • Christopher Perkins
  • Ashley Wallace
  • Sylvain Cadieux
  • Kevin Sally