• Doug Bruce

    During his lifetime, Doug Bruce was involved in basketball, tennis, volleyball and softball. He was regarded as an important builder of sport, especially through his service to tennis. Doug was on the executive of the Regina Tennis Club in various Read more →

  • Stanley Glover

    While attending Nutana Collegiate in Saskatoon, British-born Stanley Glover proved unbeatable in 440-yard races, winning four straight provincial inter-collegiate championships. As team captain, Glover also led the Nutana Rifle Marksmanship Team to Dominion Championships in 1924 and 1926. In the Read more →

  • Captain Stanley “Cap” Harrison

    Saskatchewan’s most distinguished builder of the sport of thoroughbred racing, Captain Stanley Harrison was recognized for his contributions as a breeder, trainer, writer and race official. Captain Harrison used his talent to capture the spirit of his thoroughbreds for the Read more →

  • Sadie Caulder-Knight

    Sadie Caulder-Knight was a pioneer of synchronized swimming in Saskatchewan. Born in Liverpool, England in 1899, she came to Saskatchewan with her brother in 1913 to join her family. In 1941 she began teaching the fundamentals of synchronized swimming, and Read more →

  • Bevan Lawson

    As provincial director of the Red Cross Swimming and Water Safety Program, Mr. Lawson spearheaded a program that has taught more than a quarter of a million adults and children to swim and to appreciate safety in and around water. Read more →

  • Norm Balderston

    Saskatchewan has a history of producing national and world champion curling athletes and highly respected officials and administrators. Among the names synonymous with curling in Saskatchewan is Norm Balderston. Balderston’s relationship with the “roaring game” began like most others, as Read more →

  • Kenneth “Ken” Goff

    Kenneth “Ken” Goff, known as “Mr. Boxing”, has trained hundreds of boxers during his 43 year career. As an athlete, Goff started his career as a featherweight boxer in 1930 and advanced to the semi-finals of the Dominion Championship in Read more →

  • Bath Leonard

    Leonard “Doc” Bath

    Leonard “Doc” Bath, spent 49 of his 85 years teaching, training and coaching many types of sports to juniors, adults and seniors in the city of Weyburn. Bath was a champion track and field athlete in 1908 at Summerset, England Read more →

  • Stanley “Hub” Gutheridge

    Stanley first played basketball in the Moose Jaw YMCA about 1919 at the age of 14.  He took part in the Y’s house league, then in the men’s city league, and later in inter-city competition with Regina. In 1946, Hub Read more →

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    Pat Fletcher

    Pat Fletcher achieved his greatest competitive fame while playing out of the Saskatoon Golf and Country Club as a Club Professional from 1946 to 1955. He is best known for his 1954 Canadian Open at the Vancouver Point Grey Golf Read more →