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Vaughn Karpan (#19) competes against Russia at the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics. //Photo from the Canadian Olympic Committee.

No Olympics, hockey career, without U of M : Editor's Picks

February 15, 2018 —  He’s scouted some of the most recognized faces in the NHL. But long before he began his career off the ice, Vaughn Karpan [BA/85] was making a name for himself on the ice at the U of M’s Max Bell Centre

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CBC: Manitoba athletes to watch for at 2020 Tokyo Olympics : U of M in the News

August 23, 2016 —  Prof makes predictions

Dean Kriellaars from the College of Rehabilitation Sciences.

WATCH: Technology, competition and the Olympics : Summer Games

August 8, 2016 —  Dean Kriellaars from the College of Rehabilitation Sciences on technology, physical literacy and competition.

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Faculty of Arts News

Cultural discourse: Can the Olympics dispel stereotypes about Russia? : In Focus

February 19, 2014 —  Canada and Russia share many characteristics, says language instructor

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Sochi 2014 Winter Games

Faculty of Arts News

The economics of hosting the Olympics, a good party and a bad hangover : After the Olympics

February 19, 2014 —  Arguments for, and against, hosting the Olympic Games.

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Joel Nichols

Meet our newest Rhodes Scholar, Joel Nichols : Campus News

November 28, 2023 —  This exceptional School of Art grad is UM’s 100th recipient of the prestigious scholarship

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Alex Gardiner speaking at an alumni event

Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management News

Alex Gardiner’s coaching goes beyond the track : Network News

October 31, 2023 —  For the athletes who trained with him and those who worked alongside him, his ability to lead and inspire far surpassed any medals he helped secure. 

Marissa Naylor stands with a bowling ball and a certificate after placing 2nd in the Team Canada tenpin bowling trials

Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management News

FRKM alumni profile: Marissa Naylor : Network News

April 13, 2022 —  Marissa Naylor, recent Recreation Management and Community Development graduate with a minor in marketing, placed 2nd in the Team Canada tenpin bowling trials last week, earning a spot with Team Canada to compete in the World Championships that will be held in October.

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Fifteen-year-old Russian skater Kamila Valieva reacts after her routine in the women’s free skate program during the 2022 Winter Olympics. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

Would adding a minimum age limit for the Olympic Games protect youth athletes from doping? : U of M in the News

February 18, 2022 —  The delayed news of Kamila Valieva positive test raised many questions, including whether it is time to add minimum age limits to Olympic participation

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downhill ski jumps

Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management News

From rejected bids, to political moves, and more… : Editor's Picks

February 4, 2022 —  As Canadians, we like to think we know the Winter Olympics, but how well do we actually know them?

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