Please update your calendars! The rest of the competitions in Manitoba in 2022 have changed dates. All events will take place at the University of Manitoba’s Max Bell Centre. Thank you to our competition hosts and our member clubs for making these events possible.
A big thank you to the Rhythmic Royals club who hosted the first competition in nearly two years, as well as the first competition with the new 2022-2024 Code of Points! RGM would like to congratulate the gymnasts who competed this weekend – it has been a challenging two years of cancellations and virtual training.
Due to the Public Health Orders and facility requirements, this competition was held with maximum two clubs competing at a time. We also had another “first” for Manitoba, with some judges officiating virtually. Thank you to our hosts, families, athletes, clubs and judges for being up to the challenge, and allowing for a return to gymnastics.
At the competition, the results on the live scoring system displayed with the calculation from the 2017-2021 Code of Points. The corrected results showing the calculation under the 2022-2024 Code of Points are available below.
Sport Manitoba Coaching has upcoming online offerings of the Multi-Sport courses necessary for completing Competition Development Theory. These courses plus True Sport 101 Clean are required for Competition 3 coaches.
NCCP Managing Conflict (Comp-Dev) $60 | Online
January 23, 2022 | 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
NCCP Psychology of Performance (Comp-Dev) $75 | Online
February 7 & 8, 2022 | 6:00 pm – 9:45 pm
NCCP Coaching & Leading Effectively (Comp-Dev) $85 | Online
February 14 & 15, 2022 | 5:30 pm – 10:00 pm
NCCP Manage a Sport Program (Comp-Dev) $50 | Online
February 27, 2022 | 9:30 am – 1:30 pm
Rhythmic Gymnastics Manitoba is seeking motivated individuals who love the sport of rhythmic gymnastics to coach a range of levels and age groups to promote the sport and our member clubs. Opportunities range from after-school programming to one-day “Try Gymnastics” days. These programs will be in-person and ongoing through Winter and Spring 2022.
In response to changes to the Public Health Orders a number of facilities will be implementing changes on December 6, 2021.
University of Manitoba
After December 6, 2021, as recommended by the Province of Manitoba, the UM will ONLY be accepting Manitoba Immunization Cards, Manitoba Digital QR codes, Pan-Canadian PVC QR codes, ArriveCAN, and National Defense Canada Covid-19 Vaccine Record/Cards as immunization proof for entry into our facilities for individuals 18+. Any immunization records from out of country will not be accepted. Any immunization records from any other provinces or territories (with the exception of Alberta) will not be accepted. Any printouts of immunization records that do not contain scannable QR codes will not be accepted.
For those who are 12-17, starting December 6th we will accept printouts of immunization records indicating individuals have received at least one dose of Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna or proof of a negative rapid COVID-19 test result within the previous 72 hours that is confirmed by a pharmacist. This will be accepted until January at which time individuals 12-17 will have to be fully immunized.
To obtain a Manitoba Immunization Card or QR code, visit here:
To obtain a Pan-Canadian PVC QR code, visit here and follow the instructions for your province where you were immunized:
As of December 6, 2021, youth aged 12 to 17 years attending indoor sport and recreational facilities must provide proof that they have received:
- at least one dose of an approved vaccine, or
- proof of a pharmacist-confirmed negative result from an approved rapid antigen test, from within the 72 hours before participation
At the Sport Manitoba facility, we’ll be checking ID for all patrons. For anyone aged 12 and up we will check ID and proof of vaccination, or ID and proof of the negative antigen test result.
For more on these updates, including proof of vaccination and the scope of the orders, visit: https://www.sportmanitoba.ca/covid-19/
Masks continue to be mandatory in all public spaces within the facility, except for when participants are actively engaged in physical activity.
City of Winnipeg Facilities
Proof of full COVID-19 immunization is required under provincial public health orders for anyone 18 years of age and over to visit and participate in indoor programming at City-operated pools, fitness and leisure centres, and arenas.
Effective Monday, December 6, 2021, as per provincial public health orders, anyone between the ages of 12 – 17 will require either one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine or a confirmed recent negative test to participate in indoor programming.
Individuals that do not show proof of immunization will not be permitted to enter the facility or participate in indoor programming, unless they fall under an exemption in the provincial public health orders.
Customers are required to bring a piece of government-issued ID (or a school ID card for youth ages 12 – 17) to confirm that their identity matches their COVID-19 immunization card or immunization record.
Acceptable forms of identification are:
School ID card
Passport, citizenship or permanent resident card