Every year Manitoba Organization of Disc Sports (MODS) recognizes the achievements and contributions of local athletes, coaches, volunteers, and key members of our community.
Presented each year at the MODS annual general meeting, this award recognizes a person, group, or team that has gone out of their way to make MODS a better organization or to help us improve our disc community. This award symbolizes the true spirit of ultimate and is the most prestegious honour MODS can give a current or past member. Upon receiving the award, the recipient is granted free lifetime membership to MODS and thanks for their service and committment.
This award goes to someone who, over the course of the year, put in countless hours of service to help MODS events run smoothly. This is usually someone the organization couldn't have done without during peak times and at key events. They are awarded with their name permanently engraved on the MODS Volunteer of the Year trophy and they also recieve a gift from MODS. The award is presented each year at the MODS annual gerenal meeting.
For their outstanding work with MODS, our community, volunteers and helping to make World Masters Ultimate Club Championships (WMUCC) 2018 a memorable event and our first ever MODS hosted world championships, we are happy to share the Volunteer of the Year Award with two of our most outstanding members. From the bottom of our hearts, Jen and Kelvin - THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME, SACRIFICE AND COMMITTMENT TO ULTIMATE AND DISC SPORTS HERE IN MANITOBA!
There are three junior scholarships handed out each year. The Dr Colin Yeung Scholarship, the Dean Wright Scholarship, and the Jean Luc Forrest Spirit of the Game Scholarship. All three of these awards are handed out to elite ultimate players moving from high school to university or college. All of the awards take into account the athletes committment to the sport, Spirit of the Game, community, volunteering, and scholastic achievements.
Go to the Scholarships page for more information.