|Location||Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada|
|Type||Sports Hall of Fame and Museum|
The Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is a museum in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, dedicated to the history of sports in Manitoba and honouring the best in sports. The organization began in 1980 and in 1993, a museum was opened in The Forks. After five years, the museum moved to The Bay store on Portage Avenue.
However, the museum has moved to the Sport Manitoba building (145 Pacific Ave.), and had a grand opening on October 27, 2012.
Exhibits of Manitoba's sports teams and honoured athletes are displayed in the museum.
|2004||Bev (Hall) McKenzie|
|1984||Vivian (King) Thompson|
|1996||Mary (Rutton) Robinson|
|2006||Joanne (Mucz) Vergara|
|1987||Janet (Maddin) Neale|
|1996||Isny (Johnson) Gallimore|
|1997||Merlene (Wach) Netterfield|
|2010||Jo-Ann (Percy) Lindsay|
|2001||Eileen Whalley Richards|
|1984||Robina (Higgins) Haight|
|1989||Betty (Mitchell) Olson|
|1992||Evelyn (Wawryshyn) Moroz|
|1995||Doreen (McCannell) Botterill|
|1984||Mary Rose (Thacker) Temple|
|1986||Elizabeth (Appleby) Levin|
|1981||Howard Wood Sr.|
|2004||Bill Heindl Sr.|
|1999||Ward Wood McVey|
|2007||Emile St. Godard|
|2007||Angela (Johnson) Straub|
|2011||Ronald G. Turnbull|
|1994||Robert "Bud" Tinsley|
|1992||Robert "Bobby" Summers|
|2013||Harold Edward Joseph "Bullet Joe" Simpson|
The Museum is affiliated with: CMA, CHIN, and Virtual Museum of Canada.
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