• Photo Courtesy : Claude Petit

    Claude Petit, C.M., S.O.M.

    Claude Petit is not only a distinguished serviceman and athlete, but also a role model for the First Nations community.  Born in Duck Lake in 1935, Petit kept his focus on Saskatchewan boxing circles, quickly becoming well known within them.  Read more →

  • Lee Donison

    Lee Donison

    Lee Donison is the eldest of the wrestling Donison brothers and was raised near Avonlea, Saskatchewan. Although better known as a boxer, he was also an outstanding wrestler. He won the Provincial Heavyweight wrestling championship four consecutive years between 1953 Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : Warwick Collection

    Claude Warwick

    Claude Warwick’s boxing career started at the age of fourteen, but he was also active in hockey and football. In provincial boxing, Claude was Saskatchewan champion in 1939 as flyweight, in 1940 as a bantamweight, and in 1941 as a Read more →

  • Photo : Saskatchewan Sports Hall Of Fame

    Ernest “Ossie” Herlen

    Ernest Osbourne Herlern was an excellent boxer and a great sportsman of the late thirties. He was raised in Saskatoon and started to box at the age of fifteen. Of his 33 fights, Herlern won 12 by decision, 12 by Read more →

  • Hartenberger Hank

    Henry “Hank” Hartenberger

    Hank Hartenberger immigrated to Canada with his family at age one, and settled in Weyburn, Saskatchewan in 1937.  He competed in the Olympic boxing trials in 1956, and that same year was the Saskatchewan Middleweight Champion. For more than 40 Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : Ken Goff Collection

    Kenneth “Ken” Goff

    Kenneth “Ken” Goff, known as “Mr. Boxing”, has trained hundreds of boxers during his 43 year career. As an athlete, Goff started his career as a featherweight boxer in 1930 and advanced to the semi-finals of the Dominion Championship in Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : Camera One

    George Goff

    George Goff was born in Regina and was involved in the sport of boxing at an early age following in his father’s footsteps.  He began coaching in 1972 and has served as the vice president and assistant coach with the Read more →

  • Photo Courtesy : Adam Faul Collection

    Adam Faul

    As one of Saskatchewan’s outstanding boxers, Adam Faul had an enviable record of winning 60 of 64 bouts. His impressive list of championships began in 1946 and by 1948 he reached the highlight of his career when he represented Canada Read more →

  • Photo: Saskatoon Speed Skating Club

    Gaston “Gas” Eichel

    Gas Eichel is Saskatchewan born and raised, except for a tour of duty in the Royal Canadian Air Force (R.C.A.F.) in World War II and a brief period spent in Ontario, he has lived in the province all of his Read more →