The 2019 Canada Winter Games is officially over.
Archer Austin Taylor of Winnipeg was Team Manitoba’s flag bearer for the Closing Ceremonies Saturday night in Red Deer.
Taylor won two medals in Alberta, a gold in the individual male compound event and a silver in the team mix compound event with teammate Bryanne Lameg.
Team Manitoba captured 25 medals: 9 gold, 7 silver, and 9 bronze.
Two medals were added to the total on Saturday.
The women’s curling team of Hayley Bergman, Payton Bergman, Cheyenne Ehnes, and Anastasia Ginters received silver medals.
The men’s curling team of Graham Loewen, Zack Bilawka, Adam Flatt, and Sean Flatt won bronze.
At the last Canada Winter Games in 2015, Team Manitoba went home with 16 total medals - six gold, three silver, and seven bronze.
In the race for the Canada Games' Centennial Cup, Team Manitoba placed second, as the second most-improved team from the last Winter Games in 2015, trailing only behind the host province, Alberta.
The 2023 Canada Winter Games will be held in Prince Edward Island.
New events in 2023 will be Mixed Doubles Curling and Female Boxing.
Austin Taylor of Winnipeg captured gold in archery's individual male compound and also won silver with Bryanne Lameg of Winnipeg after a final shoot off in archery's compound team mix final against Team Quebec.
Jesse Bachinsky of Kenora won gold in Cross Country Skiiing Para-Nordic standing 2.5km race and bronze in the Standing Sprint & the standing 5km race
Hayley Bergman, Payton Bergman, Cheyenne Ehnes, and Anastasia Ginters received silver medals in female curling
Tyler Champagne of Winnipeg and Isaiah Klassen of Niverville won silver in men's pairs synchronized trampoline
Kadin Christ-Bonnell of New Bothwell got silver in judo's 55kg division
Sam Urich of Winnipeg got silver in judo's 70kg division
Graham Loewen, Zack Bilawka, Adam Flatt, and Sean Flatt won bronze in male curling
Conor McGovern of Winnipeg captured bronze in cross country ski's 1.25km race
Michael Akbashev of Winnipeg won bronze in judo's 81kg division
Justin Ekosky of Selkirk captured bronze in judo's 73kg division
Sara Ekosky of Selkirk captured bronze in judo's 57kg division
Speedskater Tyson Langelaar of Winnipeg captured gold in the 1500, 1000, 500 meters & the Mass Start and silver in the 5000 meters
Speedskater Alexa Scott of Clandeboye captured gold in the 1000 & 3000 meters and the Mass Start
Boxer Justice Harborne of Beausejour got silver in the 60kg division
Boxer Jawad Miakhail of Winnipeg won bronze in the 56kg division
Team Manitoba capture bronze in ringette
photo courtesy Sport Manitoba