About our contributors
He has been covering the sports for the past seven years. Long focused on the Bombers, Kirk welcomes the chance to focus his considerable sports energy on the Jets.
Ted Wyman has been sports editor of the Winnipeg Sun since 2006 and has been with the sports department since 2003. He is a born and raised Manitoban who grew up as a sports fan in Winnipeg and now has 20 years of sports writing experience.
A lifelong Manitoban, Paul has been with the Winnipeg Sun since 1997, covering all the major sports beats before his current post as columnist. He has been the columnist since 2001, working at two Olympic Games in addition to covering Grey Cups, World Junior Hockey Championships, national and world curling championships and PGA Golf.
Ken Wiebe has been a sports writer with the Winnipeg Sun for more than ten years. Born in Brandon and raised in Altona, he now resides in St. Vital. He got his start in the newspaper business at the Red River Valley Echo and is a graduate of the University of Regina’s journalism program. Hockey is in his blood, and always has been.