Someone might need to update Kelsey Wog’s Wikipedia page very soon. With four more gold medals at the U Sports national swimming championships, the Winnipeg-born…
What was a banner year for some U of M Bisons programs was less than stellar for others.
Kelsey Wog simply cannot stop winning.
Manitoba athletes continue a strong summer for the various Bisons programs, as the U of M swimming and track teams have both earned podium finishes…
The Manitoban caught up with the star swimmer and talked everything from pre-race rituals to Stranger Things.
The remarkable career of Bison swimmer Kelsey Wog continued this weekend at the U SPORTS National Championships in Toronto.
Kelsey Wog was the big story for the University of Manitoba coming out of the Canada West Swimming Championships.
Members of the Bison track and field team headed to Regina, Saskatchewan for the Canada West track and field championship.
The Bisons had eight swimmers from both the men’s and women’s swim teams, but it was Alex Shogolev and Kelsey Wog who stole the spotlight this weekend. Wog especially had a stellar performance this past weekend in her Bison debut.
The Bisons swimming team introduced a pair of swimmers at a press conference last week: 18-year-old Kelsey Wog and 19-year-old Alex Shogolev. Both swimmers bring…