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September arrived and the temperatures dropped. It’s not autumn yet. Not until the 23rd. And yet, just as it does every year when August becomes September, it already feels like a brand new season. When Labour Day is over and the kids head back to school, everything changes. Baseball tournaments are virtually over for the year. There are only a few days of horse racing remaining. Ultimate and softball end and even some football leagues start getting set for the playoffs (the women’s league, the WWCFL, is over by July). It cools off dramatically and much of the time it’s dull and rainy until the middle of the month. Maintenance crews get the ice ready – in those arenas that actually took out the ice for the summer – the gyms fill up and beach volleyball becomes indoor volleyball in the blink of an eye. Manitoba’s basketball leagues get set for the new season, ball hockey becomes ice hockey, track moves indoors and soccer becomes futsal. Still, here at SportsLife Magazine, we have to say good-bye. In this year’s Fall Edition, we get set for the badminton season, for basketball and indoor volleyball, but we also talk triathlon with Oak Bluff’s 2020 Olympic favourite Tyler Mislawchuk, learn about 96-year-old record holding sprinter Lou Billinkoff and welcome Winnipeg’s Olympic soccer star Desiree Scott into the Canada West Sports Hall of Fame. We also have a complete list of every Manitoba medal winner at the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games, a report on the latest inductees into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame and take a look, through the lenses of outstanding photographers James Carey Lauder and Bruce Fedyck, at a summer at Assiniboia Downs, at a tremendous basketball treat at BellMTS Place and at a marvelous weekend of action at the Canadian Native Fastball championships at John Blumberg Park....

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