CurlManitoba Recognizes True Meaning of Sport with Fair Play Awards

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Tuesday Apr 04 2017

There is perhaps no greater award to win in sport then one voted on by your peers.  CurlManitoba has created just that with the fair play wards distributed at the ChickenChef Youth Spring Bonspiel. A Fair Play program is being introduced in an effort to maintain a safe, fun, and enjoyable atmosphere for all teams involved in the Chicken Chef Spring Spiel. At the conclusion of each game, the team will rank the opposing team on a scale of 1 to 5. The coach will rank the opposing coach and the umpires and mentor coaches will rank each team and coach. 

FAIR PLAY PHILOSOPHY

“Without your opponent you have no game, no contest and no fun. You are indebted to your opponent as they are indebted to you. The spirit of play is based on cooperation. Upholding high standards of integrity and fair play acknowledge this idea of cooperative competition”.

Although everyone is encouraged to play to the best of their ability and to make every effort to win the game, the spirit of Fair Play and Fair Play is paramount.

Congratulations to the following teams that showed true Fair Play as voted on by their peers:

Fair Play Winners

12 & Under Open

Owen Ewasko
Kieren Anderson
Landon Gusberti
Sam Owen

15 & Under Open

Luke Steski
Jack Steski
Jordan Chalmer
Ethan Hamilton

15 & Under Competitive Girls

Kayla Anderson
Jasmine Regnier
Anne-Sophie Regnier
Briane Michaud

15 & Under Competitive Boys

Josh Maisey
Oliver De Meyer
Elias Huminicki
Sean Giesbrecht 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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