• Colleen Sostorics

    Colleen Sostorics made the long journey from Kennedy, Saskatchewan to the top of an Olympic podium three times. Born in Regina and raised in Kennedy, Sostorics is a three-time Olympic gold medalist with the Canadian women’s hockey team. The road Read more →

  • Marg (Curry) Sihvon

    Marg Sihvon (née Curry) began her basketball career in Moose Jaw, but it ended up taking her around the world. Sihvon got started on the basketball court at King George Elementary School before moving on to Central Collegiate. She was Read more →

  • Kelly Parker

    Kelly Parker competed at the highest levels of soccer. However, her beginnings in the sport were much more modest. Growing up playing soccer in Saskatchewan, Kelly got started after being recruited off the playground. Her first exposure to organized soccer Read more →

  • Jacki Nichol

    Jacki Nichol is no stranger to championships. With 14 provincial softball titles to her name, Nichol accomplished more in her home province than most people do in the entire world. Fortunately, she didn’t let the Saskatchewan borders stop her. Nichol Read more →

  • Lisa Franks

    Judging by how quickly she picked up the sport of wheelchair racing, Lisa Franks is a quick learner. Based on her results, she’s also quick on the track. Until the age of 14, Lisa was an able-bodied athlete active in Read more →

  • Kimberly Bergey Kaip

    To her judo and wrestling opponents, Kimberly “Kim” Bergey Kaip was a dual threat. Thanks to her success in both sports, she’s now a dual hall of famer as well. Starting with judo at the age of seven in 1979, Read more →

  • Joan Phipps

    As a professional jockey, Joan Phipps didn’t spend many years aboard a horse. Fortunately, she made the most of the times she did. In a career that only lasted 10 years, Phipps won more than 200 races around the world, Read more →

  • Lori Ebbesen

    Volunteer, official, board member, builder, ambassador and competitor, Lori Ebbesen has done it all when it comes to triathlon. And, she’s done it at every level – provincial, national and international. Ebbesen has been involved in triathlon for more than Read more →

  • Sharon Tkachuk

    Being an official for over 40 years, Sharon Tkachuk has had a positive and lasting impact on track and field as well as Saskatchewan sports in general. Her dedication as an official and leadership as a coach has made a Read more →

  • Jacqueline Lavallee

    For Jacqueline Lavallee one sport was not enough. During her youth her natural athletic talents took her to the Saskatchewan Summer Games as a member of the track team in 1992, the Western Canada Summer Games in 1995 with the Read more →

  • Gwen (Wall) Ridout

    Gwen (Wall) Ridout showed an interest in running from an early age. By the third grade, she was already part of a city championship 4x100m relay team in her hometown of Saskatoon. By high school, Ridout had become a dominant Read more →

  • Evelyn (Gorin) Nesdole

    Evelyn (Gorin) Nesdole participated in many different sports during her student years.  At Mount Royal High School in Saskatoon, she was part of the 1964 Provincial Champion volleyball team.  At the University of Saskatchewan, she was a member of the Read more →

  • Donna Veale

    Donna Veale

    Photo Credit: Cindy Moleski Photography Donna Veale was a fierce competitor who always understood the value of hard work. After graduation from Yorkton Regional High School, she enrolled at the University of Saskatchewan as a member of the Huskiette basketball Read more →

  • Reindl Caren

    Caren (Rathie) Reindl

    Caren Reindl was born and raised in Saskatoon and became the Saskatoon High School Champion at 100, 200, and 400 metres in 1974, 1975, and 1976. Following a stellar provincial high school career Caren’s successes continued at the Western Canadian Read more →

  • Fiona Smith-Bell

    Photo Credit: Hockey Hall of Fame Fiona Smith-Bell found herself drawn to play hockey as a young girl growing up in Edam, Saskatchewan. Since girls’ hockey programs were nonexistent at the time, Bell simply played with the boys. Playing in Read more →