Dan Kuzmarov, B.A., LL.B.
A sixteen-year sport industry veteran, Dan is the newly-appointed Vice President and Partner of Manifesto Sport Management.
Based in Toronto, Dan brings his extensive network and experience to Manifesto to provide a seasoned, solutions-based approach for our athletes and brand clients.
“In my new role at Manifesto, I’ll continue to pursue my passion of advocating for athletes in Canada and developing creative and strategic partnerships for brands, sponsors and our clients,” said Dan.
Throughout his career, Dan has been a leading Canadian athlete representative, creating endorsement opportunities and managing marketing initiatives for many of Canada’s most iconic athletes including Jarome Iginla, Curtis Joseph, Hayley Wickenheiser and PK Subban.
For Dan, joining Manifesto is an opportunity to enhance the athlete and brand relationships he’s cultivated over his career and to fulfill an entrepreneurial vision.
“I joined Manifesto because I believe in their unique and strategic approach to athlete management and marketing – based on creating value for athletes and brand clients through storytelling and content production,” said Dan. “I look forward to working with Russell to build Manifesto into Canada’s leading athlete management agency.”
A graduate of McGill University Law School where he obtained LL.B. and B.C.L. degrees he’s also an active member of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Manifesto represents an accomplished group of Canadian sport personalities including Olympic gold medalists Jon Montgomery, Rosie MacLennan, Hayley Wickenheiser, Denny Morrison, Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir, Adam van Koeverden, Kaillie Humphries, Maëlle Ricker, Erica Wiebe, Meaghan Mikkelson, Natalie Spooner, Marielle Thompson, Dara Howell, Charles and François Hamelin, and Team Jacobs.
We also represent top NHL prospect Nolan Patrick; NHL superstar Shea Weber; MLB All-Star Roberto Osuna; World Baseball Classic MVP Marcus Stroman; World Champion Erik Guay; visionary coach John Herdman; World Champion and 2-time X Games gold medalist Chris Del Bosco; X Games silver medalist Noah Bowman; X Games gold medalist and Paralympic Champion Josh Dueck; selfless Olympian Gilmore Junio; rising beach volleyball star Taylor Pischke; top-ranked Canadian beach volleyball Team Saxton/Schalk; FIVB defensive player of the year Heather Bansley; World Championship silver medalist (800m) Melissa Bishop; snowboard personality Craig McMorris; and 6-time X Games gold medalist and Olympic bronze medalist Mark McMorris.