Team Manitoba brings home hardware from 2023 Canada Winter Games

The 2023 Canada Winter Games proved to be a successful event for Team Manitoba’s archery team. With six medals won by four talented athletes, the team dominated the competition and secured a place among the top-performing provinces. The team’s success was a result of their hard work, dedication, and the guidance of their coach and manager.

Ryder Wilson, Emily Love, Chyler Sanders, and Ryan Cherniak put in a remarkable effort during the games, and their performances did not go unnoticed. Ryder Wilson, competing in the recurve male individual event, finished in the first place, securing the gold medal for Team Manitoba. Emily Love, competing in the recurve female individual event, finished in third place, earning a bronze medal. In the recurve mixed team event, Emily and Ryder teamed up to secure a silver medal for the team.

In the compound events, Chyler Sanders and Ryan Cherniak proved their skill as they competed in the female and male individual events. Chyler Sanders finished in the first place, winning the gold medal, while Ryan Cherniak finished in third place, winning the bronze medal. The pair also teamed up in the compound mixed team event, finishing in third place and earning another bronze medal for the team.

The six medal performance from the archery team was a significant contribution to Team Manitoba’s overall medal count, making up 1/3 of the team’s total medal tally. This feat is a testament to the hard work, dedication, and talent of the archery team.

The success of the archery team was also a result of the leadership and guidance of Coach Avril Hatherell and Manager Allan Gunter. Their expertise and experience played a vital role in the team’s training, preparation, and performance during the games.

The outstanding performance of Ryder Wilson and Chyler Sanders earned them the honor of being nominated as Team Manitoba’s flag bearers for the closing ceremonies. Their achievements and leadership were an inspiration to the rest of the team and a reflection of the spirit of the games.

In conclusion, Team Manitoba’s archery team proved their mettle at the 2023 Canada Winter Games. The team’s hard work, dedication, and talent paid off as they secured six medals, including two golds, two silvers, and two bronzes. The team’s success was a result of the leadership and guidance of their coach and manager and the exceptional talent and performance of the four athletes. The archery team’s performance was a shining example of the spirit of competition, sportsmanship, and excellence that embodies the Canada Winter Games.