• Jim Clunie

    James “Jim” Clunie

    Jim Clunie grew up on the Prairies, but he soared to new heights on the water. From Saskatchewan to sites around the world, he leaped to international acclaim in the sport of water skiing. Clunie was first introduced to the Read more →

  • Harry Bailey

    Harry Bailey is “Mr. Swimming” in Saskatoon. His competitive career began in 1932 and rose to become provincial breakstroke champion in the 50, 100 and 200 yard events establishing records that stood from 1932 until 1943. Bailey’s foremost contribution, however, Read more →

  • Rene Marleau

    Rene Marleau organized, conducted and officiated local and provincial speed skating competitions for 38 years. Nationally, Marleau was involved with the Canada Games for 30 years and served as president and commissioner for the Canadian Amateur Speed Skating Association. Rene Read more →