Today, on the Basketball Manitoba Podcast, we have Bob Town.

He graduated from Churchill High School and played at the University of Manitoba, where he was an All-Canadian and Captain of the team in 1972. 

His excellence on the court led to his selection for the Canadian National Team in 1972.  Over the following five years, he represented Canada on the international stage, participating in prestigious events like the Pan Am Games in Mexico City, the World University Games in Moscow, and the 1976 Montreal Olympics.

He also played for the St. Andrews Super Saints, where he achieved two national championships and was recognized as a Tournament All-Star four times.

In 1996, he was inducted into the Manitoba Basketball Hall of Fame and in 2009, the Manitoba High School Sport Hall of Fame. In 2007, the 1976 Olympic Team was inducted into the Canadian Basketball Hall of Fame.

Watch or listen to all past episodes of the Basketball Manitoba Podcast HERE


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