• 1948 New York Rangers

    Duncan “Dunc” Fisher

    As a young man growing up in Regina, Saskatchewan, Dunc Fisher was a natural athlete.  He was a competitive swimmer, quarterback of the Balfour Technical School football team, a runner on the track team, and shortstop on the baseball team.  Read more →

  • Berenson Gordon

    Gordon “Red” Berenson

    Red played his minor hockey in Regina and showed great promise with the Regina Pat Midgets who were two-time Provincial Midget Champions. Berenson was the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League’s Rookie of Year with the Regina Pat Juniors in the 1956-57 Read more →

  • Bill Hicke

    William “Bill” Hicke

    William “Bill” Hicke excelled at many sports in his youth, but it was hockey that would consume the young man and steer his life to the big leagues. Bill’s talent allowed him to play for the Regina Pat midgets and Read more →

  • Jeff Thue

    Jeff Thue was sixteen years old when he joined Regina’s Underdog Wrestling Club in 1984. He won the 1985 provincial and national Midget Wrestling Championships. The following year he placed second at the National Junior Championships. He won gold at Read more →

  • Robert “Mac” Game

    For over 30 years, Robert “Mac” Game has been an organizer, coach and official in Saskatchewan weightlifting. He has arranged over 40 local Junior Canada Cup competitions, more than 25 Sask Open weightlifting meets and numerous Western Canadian weightlifting competitions, Read more →

  • Henry “Hank” Lorenzen

    Hank Lorenzen played nearly every position in volleyball. Instead of a setter, outside hitter, middle hitter or libero, he was an athlete, coach, official and administrator. On and off the court, he has been helping build the sport in Saskatchewan Read more →

  • Walter Martin

    Walter Martin was Canadian Inter-Collegiate champion in singles and doubles in 1925, 1926 and 1927. Walter was ranked in the top 10 in Canadian tennis between 1927 and 1933, and was the number one ranked Canadian player in 1933 and Read more →

  • Lynn Kanuka

    Between 1973 and 1981, Lynn Kanuka finished in the top three in every track event she entered at the local and provincial levels. Lynn set eleven Canadian senior running records between 1983 and 1989 in the 1500m, 2000m, 3000m, 5000m Read more →

  • Ron Walsh

    At the age of 27, Ron Walsh noticed an ad in the University of Saskatchewan’s newspaper asking for volunteers to referee games for an intramural eight-man football league – no experience necessary.  He decided to give it a try.  It Read more →

  • Joanne McTaggart

    Joanne McTaggart was indisputably one of Canada’s premier runners of the 1970’s.  She was named to Canada’s national track team in 1972, while still in high school, and remained on the team until 1980. In 1975, Joanne competed at the Read more →

  • Maureen (Rever) DuWors

    As an athlete, coach, official and administrator, Maureen DuWors has represented Saskatchewan and Canada in track and field. In 1953 Maureen held both the open and high school junior sport titles. In 1955 she was a Canadian champion in the Read more →

  • Sandra Roberts

    Sandra Roberts

    Between 1958 and 1987, Sandra Roberts coached Saskatchewan synchro athletes and teams to a number of provincial titles. During her career, she guided synchro teams and programs at the Regina YWCA, the Saskatoon YWCA and the University of Saskatchewan. In Read more →

  • David Dean

    David Dean’s first taste of competitive swimming came when he trained for the Balfour Technical School Swim Team in 1946. Dean continued to train and accumulated many victories. In the late 1940s and early 1950s he held a number of Read more →

  • Betty Lou (Bingham) Dean

    Betty Lou’s induction is the result of her lifetime commitment to competitive swimming. Born in Regina, she spent many hours splashing around the YWCA pool as a child. That initial interest has never ceased; consistently, Betty has been a contributor Read more →

  • Dr. Paul Schwann

    Dr. Paul Schwann was born and raised in Regina. While at Central Collegiate, he played football with the Regina Dales and hockey with the Regina Pats. After graduating from the University of Alberta in medicine in 1958, he brought his Read more →