The greatest athletes in Manitoba sports history
1. Clara Hughes: the only person to win multiple medals in Summer and Winter Olympics.
2. Terry Sawchuk: Stanley Cup, four Vezina Trophies, Hockey Hall of Fame.
3. Cindy Klassen: tied with Hughes as Canadaís most decorated Olympian (six medals).
4. Bobby Clarke: three Hart Trophies, two Stanley Cups.
5. Sylvia Burka: two world speed skating championships, cycling world record breaker.
6. Garth Pischke: made Olympic volleyball team while in Grade 12.
7. George Knudson: eight U.S. Tour victories, Canadaís Golfer of the Century.
8. Angela Chalmers: bronze medal, 3,000 metres, 1992 Summer Games
9. Israel Idonije: from Brandon to a starting job in the NFL.
10. Gerry James: only player in Canadian history to play in Grey Cup and Stanley Cup Final.
11. Jonathan Toews: Olympic gold, World Jr. gold, Stanley Cup, Conn Smythe Trophy.
12. Susan Auch: two-time Olympic silver medallist in speed skating.
13. Frank Stack: Olympic medallist in speed skating, six-time Cdn. champ.
14. Ed Belfour: Stanley Cup, Calder Trophy, two Vezinas, two-time first all-star.
15: Corey Koskie: eight-year Major Leaguer, career .275 hitter, .966 fielder.
16. Tom Johnson: six Stanley Cups, two-time all-star, Norris Trophy.
17. Todd MacCulloch: from Shaftesbury High to starting NBA centre.
18. Jon Montgomery: first Manitoba man to win individual Olympic gold.
19. Sherman Greenfeld: two-time world racquetball champion.
20. Merv Deckert: world handball champ, eight Canadian titles.