• Lawson Patricia

    Patricia “Pat” Lawson

    Pat Lawson won provincial open titles in tennis, track and field, speed skating, swimming, and basketball. Pat went on to win national championships in two sports, speed skating and basketball. In speed skating, she was Canadian intermediate and senior champions Read more →

  • Clarence Garvie

    Clarence “Gar” Garvie

    Clarence Garvie was a teacher, administrator and coach in Saskatoon for over 30 years. He starred as an athlete during his years at the University of Saskatchewan and was a member of eight varsity teams to win a major athletic Read more →

  • Jim Hill

    Vincent James “Jim” Hill

    Jim Hill was born August 12, 1919 in Saskatoon, the second youngest of seven children. While living in Goose Lake as a young man Hill boxed and later played hockey with the Laura Beavers, when the team became Intermediate “A” Read more →

  • Alison Lang

    Alison Lang played high school basketball at Walter Murray Collegiate and by grade 12 was on Canada’s senior basketball team.  That year, in 1979, Alison and the Canadian national team won bronze medals at both the Pan American Games and Read more →

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    Steven Michaluk

    Steven Michaluk started playing lacrosse in Sturgis, but the sport would eventually take him far from home. Michaluk was a dominant force in the sport for years as he travelled the country and beyond playing in national championships and other Read more →

  • Allan Few

    Saskatoon’s Allan Few has enjoyed an active judo career for over fifty years. He began his association with the sport in 1953 at the Saskatoon YMCA that served as the home of the first judo club in Saskatchewan. When the Read more →

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    Jack Adams

    Jack Adams started horseshoe pitching in 1933 at the Saskatoon Horseshoe Pitching Club. He won his first major championship in 1938 and 50 years later, in 1988, won a bronze medal in the Canadian Senior Men’s horseshoe championship. Jack Adams Read more →

  • Rozon, James Gymastics

    James Rozon

    Competing in local and regional events, James Rozon got his start in gymnastics in Saskatoon. Eventually, it would lead him on a journey around the world. From 1976 to 1980 Rozon was a provincial, western and national athlete with the Read more →

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    Glenna (Sebestyen) Fairbrother

    Saskatoon’s Glenna Fairbrother joined the St. Mary’s Gym Club as an active five year-old in 1957. By 1960, she had progressed to the point that she placed 8th all-around in the Canadian Junior National Championships. Glenna’s successes continued and by Read more →

  • Bakker Gail

    Gail (Daley) Bakker

    At the time of her induction, the achievements of Saskatoon’s Gail (Daley) Bakker were unmatched by other Saskatchewan gymnasts. Bakker was Canada’s only female gymnast that participated in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, finishing 55th in the Games. She became the Read more →

  • Barbara (Stone) Turnbull

    Barbara Turnbull won 14 Riverside Club championships between 1957 and 1972. She claimed her first Saskatoon City Golf Championship in 1958, and went on to win it seven more times between 1961 and 1972. Barbara was a member of the Read more →

  • Geraldine Street

    Geraldine (Evans) Street

    An all-round athlete, Geraldine Street played basketball, volleyball, badminton, and was an active figure skater, equestrian, and curler for 28 years. In golf, she won 21 Saskatoon Golf and Country Club championships between 1954 and 1987; seven city championships (1955, Read more →

  • Molle Bob

    Robert “Bob” Molle

    In 1980, he won the provincial heavyweight championship in wrestling. Molle’s wrestling career included four Canadian heavyweight championships; a fifth place at the 1983 world championships; a bronze medal at the 1983 Pan American Games; a bronze medal at the Read more →

  • George Genereux

    George Genereux

    As a youth, Geoge Genereux was practically a phenomenon in the shooting world. In fact, it was difficult to believe that a young man could be so uncannily accurate with a shot gun. Genereux became the first Canadian to win Read more →