• David Wall, Sr.

    As a blind sports competitor, David Wall excelled at track and field and golf, winning provincial, national, and international titles.  In 1975 and 1976, David was on the organizing committee for Team Saskatchewan leading up to the first Canadian National Read more →

  • Jewitt Nancy

    Nancy Jewitt-Filteau

    For nearly two decades, Swift Current born Nancy Jewitt-Filteau dominated Saskatchewan women’s judo. During her career, this black belt judoka took home a gold medal from the 1978, 1979 and 1980 Winnipeg Midwestern Championships and captured six consecutive golds at Read more →

  • Reginald “Reggie” Cleveland

    Reggie was born in Swift Current and began his baseball career in Moose Jaw playing Little League. He demonstrated his pitching skills by throwing his first no-hitter at age 13. By the time he was 15, Reggie was pitching in Read more →

  • Dorothy Walton, C.M.

    Dorothy Walton was an all-round athlete who participated in 14 varsity athletic programs. Walton’s early success came in the sport of tennis, where she won provincial and national honours. Following these achievements, Walton adopted badminton as her main concentration and Read more →

  • Reid Robert

    Dr. Robert Reid

    Robert Reid started playing golf at an early age. By the time he was in college, he was the Inter-collegiate Golf Champion in 1937 and 1938. In Saskatchewan golf history, Dr. Reid has the distinction of winning three major events: Read more →