The annual event is set for May 22-23, 2015 @ Grand Rapids School Gymnasium. 5$ one event, $10 two events, and $12 for all three events. Canteen available for the two days. It's the last badminton tournament before summer break. Be there.
Register here.
Who's registered already.
Seeding for all categories and events (soon!)
The 2014 results.

Did you know that Grand Rapids School students participate in Manitoba Games, North American Indigenous Games, Canadian Championships, and MHSAA Provincial Championships more than any other northern school in the last 5 years?

Moments In Time

In May, standing on shoulders of giants (Trishten and Shelby), TnT's Grand Rapids School fought off A/AA/AAA/AAAA adversaries to finish 1st (6-1) in round robin competition, finishing 7th in Manitoba.

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In the spotlight this May.

  • Good sport does not happen by chance!
    ~ True Sport

    Every year, millions of Canadians come together through sport. In every province and territory, community sport inspires friendship, learning, health, and personal growth. Canadians tell researchers that after the family, sport is the most powerful influence on young people’s development.

  • Worksheets don't grow dendrites.
    ~ Marcia Tate

    Marcia Tate's ideas should be re-visited with our students and ourselves in mind. Let's make it a goal to read her books again. ~Annie and Laurie.

  • Lyndie Beardy and Eugene Kakewash selected on the Manitoba roster
    ~ Badminton Manitoba

    Two local students makes it to the big stage: Canadian nationals.