Bison track and field


Getting to know your Bisons track and field team

The University of Manitoba Bisons track and field team has made strides over the past few seasons and with a strong roster for both the women and men beginning to come into form, the sky is the limit. Below are the stories of a handful of Bison athletes as they aim for big things in 2016.


Culture for Kindness

While the group was started in August, its origin can be traced back to mid-July, when Guy came up with the idea for a “week of kindness,”


First Nation sensation

It’s been a long journey for University of Manitoba Bison thrower Justin Krantz. Originally hailing from the small town of Roblin, Manitoba, the multi-sport athlete…


Tearing up the track

With the home crowd cheering them on, a young University of Manitoba Bison squad impressed at the 2015 Canada West Track and Field Championships, held…


Bison Briefs

Three’s the magic number The Bison men’s basketball team placed third at the48th annual Wesmen Classic for the second year in a row. The University…


Going the distance

Carter Wilson has travelled a long way to get where he is today. Originally born in Peguis First Nation, he lived most of his adolescent…


Bison briefs

Women’s hockey The 17-7-4, fourth-ranked Manitoba Bison women’s hockey team was ready to do battle in the post-season. The Bisons hosted the Regina Cougars in…


Bison athlete profile

The Manitoba Bisons track and field team participated in their annual inter-squad event this past weekend. Second year athlete Gee-ef Nkwonta was competing in the…