• William Orban

    William “Bill” Orban

    While growing up in Regina, Bill Orban participated in a wide variety of sports. In high school he starred in hockey, football, boxing and athletics. He continued with these throughout his academic career enjoying football, hockey, and boxing at the Read more →

  • Jack Alexander

    Dr. John “Jack” Alexander

    Regina marked the arrival of a future sports medicine specialist in 1942. Jack’s early years saw him involved in recreational hockey, football, cubs, scouts, sea cadets and even some theatre productions. He received his doctor of medicine degree in Saskatoon Read more →

  • Craig Webster

    Craig Webster

    Craig Webster attended Sheldon-Williams Collegiate and was involved in numerous activities such as football, volleyball and basketball, but Craig’s keenest interest was speed skating. During his career in this sport he became known as an accomplished competitor, placing extremely well Read more →

  • Brenda Webster

    Brenda Webster

    Brenda Webster competed in four junior world championships in one year, 1977, in both long and short track speed skating. She held almost every Saskatchewan record and Canadian record in Olympic style juniors and seniors. Internationally, she won the North Read more →

  • Cathy Turnbull Spence

    Cathy Turnbull-Spence

    Cathy Turnbull began her speed skating career in 1969 with the Regina Speed Skating Club. In 1978, 1979, and 1980 Cathy won the Canadian Senior Women’s Short Track title, breaking records in all distances each year. She won the Canadian Read more →

  • Stayner Bob

    Robert “Bob” Stayner

    A consummate coach, Bob has been involved in basketball, football, hockey and fastball. Bob coached the Adilman Aces to the Canadian Senior Women’s Basketball Championship in 1959 and again in 1963. The 1959 team represented Canada at the Pan-Am Games Read more →

  • Staseson Gord

    Gordon “Gord” Staseson, C.M., S.O.M.

    Born in Regina, Gordon Staseson’s penchant for building sports excellence first became apparent at the ripe old age of twelve when he organized his own hockey team, the Coyotees. Known as “Mr. Get It Done,” Gord’s dedication to supporting and Read more →

  • Sherlock Neil

    Neil Sherlock

    Neil Sherlock was born in Regina and played a variety of sports in parks and playground leagues. During high school, he played football and basketball for Central Collegiate. After high school he coached Central’s senior boys’ basketball team, which won Read more →

  • George Goff

    George Goff was born in Regina and was involved in the sport of boxing at an early age following in his father’s footsteps.  He began coaching in 1972 and has served as the vice president and assistant coach with the Read more →

  • Kanuka Joseph.

    Joseph Kanuka

    Joe Kanuka joined the board of directors of the Regina Rams Football Club in 1960, and served as president in 1966. In 1967, he became a director of the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club. He was the 1968 founding president of Read more →

  • Adam Faul

    As one of Saskatchewan’s outstanding boxers, Adam Faul had an enviable record of winning 60 of 64 bouts. His impressive list of championships began in 1946 and by 1948 he reached the highlight of his career when he represented Canada Read more →

  • Joe Most

    In 1964, Joe was a member of the Saskatchewan team with Red Glasser that won the National Double Championship in Winnipeg.  Throughout the years, Joe has been on the provincial team four times, has won the provincial doubles, city doubles, Read more →

  • Anton “Red” Glasser

    A bowler for 30 years, Anton “Red” Glasser has won many singles and doubles events.  He won the Canadian Singles Championship in 1962. With his partner, Joe Most, he won the Canadian Doubles title in 1964.  At this time, he Read more →

  • Frank Boehm

    Ten pin bowling was almost a forgotten sport in Saskatchewan until Frank Boehm started making his presence felt in the early 1960s. He won provincial singles championships in 1964, 1965 and 1970 and added the national crown to those titles Read more →

  • Doris “Bonny” Ballantine

    Bonny Ballantine, a bowling star from Regina, was recognized as the best woman 10-pin bowler in Canada. She received the Sportswoman of the Year Award from the Lakeside Lions Club in 1966. During her impressive career, she was a National Read more →