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Happy new year! now, let’s play All of us here at SportsLife Magazine hopes everyone had a wonderful Holiday Season. However, we also know those holidays must come to an end. That means it’s January and it’s time to start playing games again. In this edition, we want to celebrate the great performances of the past couple of months. At the top of the list is the brilliance of University of Manitoba swimmer Kelsey Wog who won a silver medal at her first World Championship in Toronto in December. Wog is a provincial treasure and just could be Canada’s next great swimmer. As well, two of Manitoba’s great competitive curling teams – Team Jennifer Jones and Team Reid Carruthers – won their respective Canada Cup titles in December and earned spots in the qualifying event for the 2018 Pyongchaeng Olympics. Rower Emma Gray, who has emerged as the fastest junior rower in the nation, earned national funding through RBC. And University of Manitoba football star, Geoff Gray, is now among the highest-ranked players eligible for the 2017 CFL draft. We’ll also meet University of Winnipeg wrestler Maddison Haney, get to know Winnipeg’s Jason Park, the latest member of Canada’s national U-18 football team’s coaching staff and take a look at the stars of the recently-completed Manitoba Junior Hockey League’s 2016 Showcase at MTS Iceplex. We’ll pay tribute to Coach Sukhvir Singh’s Attack Basketball program and the University of Manitoba men’s basketball program that just won its second straight Wesmen Classic championship. We’ll also have a chat with Andreas Dueck and Tong King, two of the players who will represent Manitoba at the 2017 Canada-USA U-18 Football Championship Game at Walt Disney World on Jan. 28. As always there will be plenty of Ringette news, so sit back, relax and join us for another edition of SportsLife Magazine. The New Year is upon us. It’s time to play. – SCOTT TAYLOR Editor-in-Chief

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