The Norman Wolves have returned to the ice this year, bringing a high-caliber travelling hockey program to the North for youth aiming to take the next step in their hockey journey.
Coach Adam Murphy brought the U-15 back this year, bring the best young players from many communities together for weekend games against other top teams from around the province in the Winnipeg AAA League.
Mixed martial arts have become a worldwide phenomenon, not only for the high-end professional athletes, but also for amateurs looking to develop their skills, exercise, or just test their limits.
One of Winnipeg’s top clubs is the Winnipeg Academy of Mixed Martial Arts (WAMMA), who also operate a chapter out of The Pas. They also have clubs in Swan River, Thompson, Dauphin, Flin Flon, Split Lake, Brandon, and even Cold Lake, Alta.
Four local competitors recently travelled to Swan River for a meet against some fellow jujitsu/martial arts competitors, and they all experienced great success at the end.
Adam Bercier-Sinclair, one of the three coaches with WAMMA The Pas, says the event was a huge success for the program.