• 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 →

  • Balfour Murray

    Murray Balfour

    Although Murray Balfour was born in Manitoba, it was in Regina where he first became involved in hockey.  Like so many other Regina residents, Balfour got his start with the Regina Pats organization playing with the Pat bantams in 1949.  Read more →

  • Robert “Bob” Lowe

    Bob Lowe was a tireless organizer and coach of wrestling programs in Regina schools and with the Northwest/Underdog Wrestling Club for 30 years. In addition to the 300 plus provincial champions under his guidance, Lowe coached over 20 teams to Read more →

  • Mark Tennant

    Mark Tennant

    Mark’s skills as a coach and innovator led to three consecutive Women’s Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (CIAU) championships for the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) in 1979, 1980, and 1981. Tennant served as president of the Saskatchewan Volleyball Association Read more →

  • Lil Williamson

    Lil Williamson captured more than 50 championships in various hack, hunter and jumper competitions in Canada and the United States between 1942 and 1960.  In 1958, she moved to Regina and began to serve as a competition judge. Williamson is Read more →

  • Dr. Walter Hader

    Walter Hader has been involved as a medical volunteer and administrator serving a variety of sports in Saskatchewan. He was the team physician for the University of Saskatchewan football (1990 and 1996) and hockey (1983) teams that were Canadian champions. Read more →

  • Iris Fletcher

    Iris Fletcher

    Iris Fletcher began speed skating in her hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba when she was eight years old. She was an outstanding skater, winning Manitoba championships in various age divisions. Fletcher moved to Regina as an adult in 1965, and became Read more →

  • Clarence Downey

    Clarence Downey

    At the time when Clarence Downey was at a young age there were little organized speed skating competitions, instead there was barrel jumping on speed skates. A Western Canadian Champion Barrel Jumper he was known as, “Dare Devil Downey” from Read more →

  • Muriel (Armstrong) Youngson

    Muriel Youngson joined the Caledonian Ladies Curling Club in 1931.  In both 1943 and 1945, she won the Grand Aggregate in the Regina Ladies Bonspiel. Youngson was elected president of the Caledonian Ladies Curling Club in 1945, 1946, and 1947, Read more →

  • Tait Hugh

    Hugh Tait

    As an athlete, Hugh Tait participated in athletics, football and snowshoeing. In 1927, he was a member of the Winnipeg Junior team that won the Western Canada Football Championships. In 1928, he was the world champion in the five-mile snowshoe Read more →

  • Stinson Edgar

    Edgar “Wally” Stinson

    Edgar “Wally” Stinson joined the Saskatchewan recreation movement of the provincial government in 1948. In 1949, he became director of the Department of Education’s Fitness and Recreation Division. Stinson has been an official and an administrator with many organizations and Read more →

  • Roy Thiessen

    Roy Thiessen’s involvement as a builder spans the spectrum of sports.  In curling, he coached provincial and national teams to championship laurels.  Volleyball, cross-country skiing, and track and field at the civic and provincial levels have been enhanced by his Read more →

  • Eva (Robert) Kerr

    In 1973, Eva Kerr skipped the Saskatchewan ladies’ team at the first Canadian Senior Ladies Curling Championship in Ottawa, placing third.  Eva was a charter member of the Regina Ladies Curling Club (RLCC), serving as president from 1959 to 1960.  Read more →

  • Laurie Artiss

    Laurie Artiss’ name has been associated with curling in Saskatchewan since his arrival from Manitoba in 1965.  Having first served as a sports writer with the Winnipeg Tribune and athletic director in Dauphin and Virden, Manitoba, Laurie then came to Read more →

  • Elliot Eldon

    Eldon Elliott

    Eldon Elliott, born in 1924, began his career as the first sports director at CJNB radio station in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. For over 30 years his voice has been synonymous with amateur sport in northern Saskatchewan. Elliott’s extreme interest in Read more →