• Renouf Mike

    Mike Renouf

    Mike Renouf moved to Regina from Melfort at an early age and when he was 13 years old, began an association with the sport of judo by taking his first classes at the Regina Y.M.C.A. His interest and abilities in Read more →

  • O'Sullivan Jim

    Jim O’Sullivan

    Prince Albert’s Jim O’Sullivan began his judo career in Regina in 1963. He served as president of the Prince Albert Judo Club from 1966 to 1995 and acted as a competitor, instructor, referee, and tournament organizer during that time. His 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 →

  • Allan Few

    Saskatoon’s Allan Few has enjoyed an active judo career for over fifty years. He began his association with the sport in 1953 at the Saskatoon YMCA that served as the home of the first judo club in Saskatchewan. When the Read more →