• Thomson Annie

    Annie (Fraser) Thomson

    Annie Thomson won seven provincial open championships in ladies’ singles; six in ladies’ doubles; and six in mixed doubles events. Annie won western Canadian titles in singles and doubles events, and was a semi-finalist in the Canadian Senior Ladies Doubles. Read more →

  • Doreen (Dredge) Wolff

    Joe Griffiths saw Doreen Wolff jump 4 feet, 10 ½ inches at a high school track meet.  He put spikes on her and only two weeks later she set a new junior world record, jumping 5 feet, 1 ½ inches. Read more →

  • Lynn Kanuka

    Between 1973 and 1981, Lynn Kanuka finished in the top three in every track event she entered at the local and provincial levels. Lynn set eleven Canadian senior running records between 1983 and 1989 in the 1500m, 2000m, 3000m, 5000m Read more →

  • Margaret (George) Tosh

    Margaret Tosh set a new Canadian open record in javelin at the Canadian Olympic trials in Hamilton, 1956. The record throw of 145’5” stood until 1964.  Margaret competed in the Olympics at Melbourne, Australia in 1956. In 1957, at the Read more →

  • Judy Peddle

    Photo Credit: Alyssa Sutton Academy Studios Judy Peddle showed great promise as a track athlete while still in high school. By age sixteen, she had already set a new provincial record for the junior girls 60-yard-dash, and was a member Read more →

  • Joanne McTaggart

    Joanne McTaggart was indisputably one of Canada’s premier runners of the 1970’s.  She was named to Canada’s national track team in 1972, while still in high school, and remained on the team until 1980. In 1975, Joanne competed at the Read more →

  • Diane Jones Konihowski, C.M.

    As a high school sophomore in Saskatoon, Diane made her first National team as a high jumper and javelin thrower. As Canada’s premiere pentathlete, Diane Jones Konihowski competed in the 1972 Olympics in Munich, and won the gold medal at Read more →

  • Eleanor (Haslam) Jensen

    Eleanor Haslam, a track and field star from Saskatoon, was generally recognized as Canada’s best female sprinter from 1956-60. During these years she dominated national championships and international games trials. In 1956, at the age of seventeen, she represented Canada Read more →

  • Vanessa Monar Enweani

    Photo Credit: Sherry Voth Photographic Design Ltd. Vanessa Monar Enweani enjoyed a great deal of success in track and field events as a student at Holy Cross in Saskatoon, winning nine medals at provincial championships. Her best showing was in Read more →

  • Maureen (Rever) DuWors

    As an athlete, coach, official and administrator, Maureen DuWors has represented Saskatchewan and Canada in track and field. In 1953 Maureen held both the open and high school junior sport titles. In 1955 she was a Canadian champion in the Read more →

  • Ethel Catherwood

    Ethel Catherwood won Canadian and Ontario championships in track and field events, notably in the javelin, but it was the high jump at which she excelled. She was also known for her physical beauty and she gained the nickname of Read more →

  • Margaret “Margie” Sandison

    Margaret Sandison has been a mainstay in the figure skating community at a local, provincial, national, and international level for over 50 years.  Born and raised in Regina, she began her involvement in figure skating at the Wascana Winter Club Read more →

  • Lil Williamson

    Lil Williamson captured more than 50 championships in various hack, hunter and jumper competitions in Canada and the United States between 1942 and 1960.  In 1958, she moved to Regina and began to serve as a competition judge. Williamson is Read more →

  • Catherine “Cathy” Wedge

    Catherine Wedge began riding at the Saskatoon Pony Cub at the age of eight. She started competing internationally in 1969, and that year won the Working Hunter Championship at the Seattle International Horse Show. As a member of the Three-day Read more →

  • Sandra Roberts

    Sandra Roberts

    Between 1958 and 1987, Sandra Roberts coached Saskatchewan synchro athletes and teams to a number of provincial titles. During her career, she guided synchro teams and programs at the Regina YWCA, the Saskatoon YWCA and the University of Saskatchewan. In Read more →