• Richard “Rick” Reelie

    Rick Reelie’s athletic career has taken him from competitor in several different wheelchair sports to mentor and coach to a new generation of athletes.  Along the way, he has had a great deal of success. In wheelchair rugby, he was Read more →

  • Diane Jones Konihowski, C.M.

    As a high school sophomore in Saskatoon, Diane made her first National team as a high jumper and javelin thrower. As Canada’s premiere pentathlete, Diane Jones Konihowski competed in the 1972 Olympics in Munich, and won the gold medal at Read more →

  • Wendy Lee

    Wendy began to take swimming seriously at the tender age of eight, going on to fulfil a lifetime dream when she was named to Canada’s Olympic Team at 15. In the years 1975 through 1978, Wendy was a finalist in Read more →

  • Warren Long

    Warren Long

    Born in Victoria, British Columbia, Warren Long began gymnastics much to the chagrin of his grade school teachers, who caught him performing headstands on top of his desk. Having been placed in the school’s gymnastics program soon after, Warren began Read more →

  • Leslie (Les) Anderson

    In 1963, Leslie Anderson began 17 years of setting archery records and collecting sporting honours with the Regina Frontier Bowmen and the Wascana Archers. At the local club level, he won 35 medals, provincially, he amassed 29 firsts and seconds, Read more →