• 1984 Randy Woytowich Mixed Curling Team

    The members of Randy Woytowich’s Mixed Curling Team didn’t qualify for the Brier or Scott Tournament of Hearts in 1984. However, the consolation prize wasn’t bad. The Regina-based team of skip Randy Woytowich, third Kathy Thiele (née Fahlman), second Brian Read more →

  • David Pagan

    Growing up in northeast Saskatchewan, David Pagan had a bit of a late start to his minor league baseball career. Fortunately, that didn’t delay his trip to the major leagues. Born in Nipawin in 1949, the righthanded pitcher didn’t start Read more →

  • Richard Melville “Dick” Nash

    Richard Melville “Dick” Nash didn’t have the longest rodeo career. But, it was a memorable one. Nash grew up in Mantario, Saskatchewan with a love for horses and an outdoor way of life. That love evolved from a passion into Read more →

  • Robert “Bob” Haver

    Robert “Bob” Haver didn’t begin rowing until 1972. Although he started late in the sport, he quickly built a rowing career. Then, he helped others in the province do the same. Now he’s being inducted into the Saskatchewan Sports Hall Read more →

  • Johannes “Johnny” Gottselig

    Johannes “Johnny” Gottselig did it all for the Chicago Black Hawks. From a starring role on the ice to guiding the team behind the bench, Johnny helped lead the Black Hawks to two Stanley Cup championships during the 1930s. He Read more →

  • Lisa Franks

    Judging by how quickly she picked up the sport of wheelchair racing, Lisa Franks is a quick learner. Based on her results, she’s also quick on the track. Until the age of 14, Lisa was an able-bodied athlete active in Read more →

  • Kimberly Bergey Kaip

    To her judo and wrestling opponents, Kimberly “Kim” Bergey Kaip was a dual threat. Thanks to her success in both sports, she’s now a dual hall of famer as well. Starting with judo at the age of seven in 1979, Read more →

  • David “Tiger” Williams

    David Williams was a scorer in junior hockey and a hard-nosed player in the National Hockey League (NHL). Through it all he was Tiger – a nickname given by his coach during his first year of hockey in Weyburn. Best Read more →

  • Joan Phipps

    As a professional jockey, Joan Phipps didn’t spend many years aboard a horse. Fortunately, she made the most of the times she did. In a career that only lasted 10 years, Phipps won more than 200 races around the world, Read more →

  • Lucas Makowsky

    For a speed skater, Lucas Makowsky excelled at games. Specifically, the Saskatchewan Games and Olympic Games. Stepping up when the stakes were the highest, Makowsky skated to the top of the podium five times at the 2002 Saskatchewan Winter Games Read more →

  • Terry Livingstone

    Curiosity led Terry Livingstone to speed skating. Talent, hard work and determination helped him to a long and successful speed skating career with Special Olympics. Intrigued by what he saw on television during the Winter Olympics, Livingstone ventured out to Read more →

  • Guyle Fielder

    Guyle Fielder is considered the greatest minor league hockey player of all time. However, there wasn’t anything minor about his accomplishments. Beginning his career when there were only six teams and limited spots for players in the National Hockey League Read more →

  • Lori Ebbesen

    Volunteer, official, board member, builder, ambassador and competitor, Lori Ebbesen has done it all when it comes to triathlon. And, she’s done it at every level – provincial, national and international. Ebbesen has been involved in triathlon for more than Read more →

  • Stuart “Stu” Cram

    From athlete to website owner – and almost everything in between – Stuart Cram has done it all from A to W in the sport of gymnastics in Saskatchewan. You could also add in Y for the YMCA in Saskatoon, Read more →

  • 2009 Eugene Hritzuk Senior Men’s Curling Team

    Eugene Hritzuk (skip), Kevin Kalthoff (third), Verne Anderson (second), and Dave Folk (lead) Eugene Hritzuk is well known in Canadian curling circles. He enhanced his curling profile when he skipped his rink comprised of Kevin Kalthoff (third), Verne Anderson (second), Read more →