• Clinton Ward

    From 1962 to 1974, Clint Ward held a combined eight Canadian titles in Men’s Slalom, Senior Men’s Slalom, Senior Men’s Tricks, and Senior Men’s Overall. In 1968, he was the Canadian record holder for slalom. Mr. Ward was also a Read more →

  • Don Hodges

    Donald “Don” Hodges

    Don Hodges began his tennis career during his high school years. From 1941 through 1968, he was the holder of many city (seven times), and provincial (four times) singles championships. He was a member of the Western Canadian Davis Cup Read more →

  • William “Bill” Ebbels

    Winning provincial tennis championships seemed to come naturally to William D. Ebbels, as he won the Saskatchewan Men’s singles crown a record eight times – 1948, 1953, 1957, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1966 and 1967 and he was runner up on Read more →

  • George Short

    George Short, competing for Bedford Road Collegiate, won the Saskatchewan Open 100 and 220-yard sprints in 1958, in the midget division.  In 1959, competing as a junior, he set Saskatchewan records in the 100 and 220-yard events and later that Read more →

  • Bob Reindl

    Bob Reindl began his athletics career in Saskatoon and was the Saskatoon High School Champion at 400, 800, 1 500 and 3 000 metres in 1974 and 1975 and held records in these events.  Bob dominated the provincial high school Read more →

  • Judy Peddle

    Photo Credit: Alyssa Sutton Academy Studios Judy Peddle showed great promise as a track athlete while still in high school. By age sixteen, she had already set a new provincial record for the junior girls 60-yard-dash, and was a member Read more →

  • Carey Nelson

    One of Western Canada’s most distinguished long-distance runners, Carey Nelson’s athletic career began in his native Saskatoon.  It would eventually take him around the world as a competitor in several international Track and Field and Cross-Country championships, including the Olympic Read more →

  • Harold Mitchelmore

    Harold Mitchelmore served his community of Saskatoon in the capacity of photo referee, track referee and timer or walk judge, at every level possible. At the provincial and Western Canadian level, Mitchelmore officiated at numerous competitions, one being the Western Read more →

  • James “Kirk” Kirkpatrick

    As a high school and Normal School teacher, Director of Physical Fitness and Recreation of Saskatchewan, Head of McGill University’s School of Physical Education and Dean of the Faculty of Education at the University of Saskatchewan, J.B. “Kirk” Kirkpatrick has Read more →

  • Eleanor (Haslam) Jensen

    Eleanor Haslam, a track and field star from Saskatoon, was generally recognized as Canada’s best female sprinter from 1956-60. During these years she dominated national championships and international games trials. In 1956, at the age of seventeen, she represented Canada Read more →

  • Vanessa Monar Enweani

    Photo Credit: Sherry Voth Photographic Design Ltd. Vanessa Monar Enweani enjoyed a great deal of success in track and field events as a student at Holy Cross in Saskatoon, winning nine medals at provincial championships. Her best showing was in Read more →

  • Dennis Beerling

    Dennis Beerling is an accomplished leader, coach, official, administrator and teacher, the very things that define the term Saskatchewan sports builder. On a local level, Beerling has been a track official for more than twenty-five years, and has been a Read more →

  • Catherine “Cathy” Wedge

    Catherine Wedge began riding at the Saskatoon Pony Cub at the age of eight. She started competing internationally in 1969, and that year won the Working Hunter Championship at the Seattle International Horse Show. As a member of the Three-day Read more →

  • Ray Remmen

    Ray Remmen drove from Saskatoon to New Jersey, with a few stops in between. The journey took him more than 20 years. Remmen’s harness racing career began at the age of eight when he started jogging and driving horses for Read more →

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    Brent Ashton

    Saskatoon’s Brent Ashton began his successful hockey career in his hometown where he went on to star for both the Saskatoon O’s of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and the Saskatoon Blades of the Western Canada Hockey League (WHL). Brent Read more →