• Balfour Murray

    Murray Balfour

    Although Murray Balfour was born in Manitoba, it was in Regina where he first became involved in hockey.  Like so many other Regina residents, Balfour got his start with the Regina Pats organization playing with the Pat bantams in 1949.  Read more →

  • Robert “Bob” Lowe

    Bob Lowe was a tireless organizer and coach of wrestling programs in Regina schools and with the Northwest/Underdog Wrestling Club for 30 years. In addition to the 300 plus provincial champions under his guidance, Lowe coached over 20 teams to Read more →

  • Iris Fletcher

    Iris Fletcher

    Iris Fletcher began speed skating in her hometown of Winnipeg, Manitoba when she was eight years old. She was an outstanding skater, winning Manitoba championships in various age divisions. Fletcher moved to Regina as an adult in 1965, and became Read more →

  • Tait Hugh

    Hugh Tait

    As an athlete, Hugh Tait participated in athletics, football and snowshoeing. In 1927, he was a member of the Winnipeg Junior team that won the Western Canada Football Championships. In 1928, he was the world champion in the five-mile snowshoe Read more →

  • Laurie Artiss

    Laurie Artiss’ name has been associated with curling in Saskatchewan since his arrival from Manitoba in 1965.  Having first served as a sports writer with the Winnipeg Tribune and athletic director in Dauphin and Virden, Manitoba, Laurie then came to Read more →

  • Ed and Ron George

    Ronald “Ron” George

    Ronald George and his father, Ed, dominated the rifle shooting sport in Saskatchewan from 1951 to 1971. Ron was a member of the first Canadian team to win all the international team prizes at the 1969 Bisley Matches. In the Read more →

  • Austman Joseph

    Joseph V. Austman

    Joseph Austman, one of Canada’s outstanding marksmen began his career at the age of 6. By the age of 16, in 1909, Austman had won the gold medal for the Manitoba Rifle Association Tournament Championships, the Governor General’s silver medal Read more →