• Arthur “Art” Sihvon

    Arthur Sihvon began playing tennis in 1932, and by 1938 had entered and won men’s singles, doubles, and mixed doubles titles. In the early 1950’s, Art combined his love of playing tennis with helping to teach junior and senior players. Read more →

  • Craig Mackay

    Craig Mackay joined the Saskatoon Speed Skating Club in 1943, and won the city and provincial championship a year later. Over the next 25 years, he set numerous provincial and national records. In 1947, Craig won his first national medal, Read more →

  • Melvin “Mel” Coleman

    Melvin “Mel” Coleman

    Mel Coleman won his first rodeo trophy in 1967. More than 30 years later he was still collecting awards, as well as an assortment of bumps, bruises and other injuries. In the process, he became one of the top cowboys Read more →

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    Donald “Don” Kent

    Don was introduced to the game of football as a high school athlete. In 1959 he began coaching with Queen City Minor Football but after a few years, picked up a whistle to become a football official.  From 1962 to Read more →

  • Dennis Adkin Profile

    Dennis Adkin

    Ski administrator and builder, Dennis Adkin, was born June 5, 1919 at Monitor, Alberta. His first pair of skis was made at the local creamery, the ends turned up by steam. After World War II, he went to London, ON Read more →