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A new season For the most part we’re back outside. Sure, the spring basketball, volleyball and hockey players are still inside their gyms and rinks, but baseball, softball, soccer, ultimate, golf and, of course, beach volleyball competitors are back outside, taking advantage of a Winnipeg summer – the best summer there is anywhere on the planet. So, in this, the May/June Edition of SportsLife Magazine, we pay homage to both the indoor and outdoor stars of Manitoba sports. In this edition, we’ll introduce you to Eric Loeppky, the young man from Steinbach, who just might be the next big thing in Canadian volleyball. We certainly expect he’ll be wearing the uniform of Team Canada when our nation takes on the best volleyball teams in the region at the 2019 NORCECA Men’s Championship right in Winnipeg from Sept. 2-7. We also honor Manitoba’s university athletes of the year – Nikala Majewski (volleyball) and Seth Friesen (volleyball) at Brandon University; Narcisse Ambanza (basketball) and Shae-Lynn Dodds (soccer) at the University of Winnipeg; and Kelsey Wog (swimming) and Simon Berube (track) at the University of Manitoba. We’ll also introduce you to the brand-new commissioner of the Winnipeg High School Football League, a guy who is certainly well-known in the football community, the Nomads’ Jeffrey Bannon. As well, we have a tribute to the newest inductees into the Manitoba Basketball Hall of Fame and the spring inductees of the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame, plus a look at competitive Dodge Ball, the 2019 Skate Canada Manitoba award winners, the upcoming Assiniboia Downs season and the newest soccer recruits at the University of Winnipeg. It’s another jam-packed issue of SportsLife. So sit back, relax and meet some of new best friends. – SCOTT TAYLOR Editor-in-Chief

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