• Heather Kuttai

    Heather Kuttai

    Heather Kuttai first set her sights on the sport of shooting in North Battleford at the age of 15. Less than five years later, she shot her way to the top, competing at the Paralympic Summer Games in 1988, in Read more →

  • Doris “Bonny” Ballantine

    Bonny Ballantine, a bowling star from Regina, was recognized as the best woman 10-pin bowler in Canada. She received the Sportswoman of the Year Award from the Lakeside Lions Club in 1966. During her impressive career, she was a National Read more →

  • Maureen Johnson

    Maureen was responsible for the first provincial competition in 1954 and the first western Canadian championships to be held in Saskatchewan in 1984. She also directed the 1982 and 1987 Canadian championships. Maureen served as a judge and helped to Read more →

  • Alison Lang

    Alison Lang played high school basketball at Walter Murray Collegiate and by grade 12 was on Canada’s senior basketball team.  That year, in 1979, Alison and the Canadian national team won bronze medals at both the Pan American Games and Read more →

  • Dewald, Laura

    Laura Dewald

    Laura Dewald excelled in the sport of lawn bowling – on and off the bowling green. Emigrating from Dublin, Ireland, Laura’s success began at the local level, winning the Regina Lawn Bowling Club Championship in 1993, 1996, 2002, 2003, and Read more →

  • Black Jean

    Jean Black

    Born in Armdale, Scotland in 1912, Jean Black arrived in Canada in 1947 and moved to Regina in 1964. Jean’s contribution to lawn bowling is evident not only by her expertise on the greens, but also by the growth of Read more →

  • Arleene (Johnson) Noga

    Arleene Noga began playing softball in high school.  In 1945, she was scouted from Regina and tried out for the All American Girls Professional Baseball League.  Starting with the Fort Wayne Daisies, Noga became a Muskegon Lassie in her second 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 →

  • Daisy Junor

    In 1945, Daisy Junor was scouted by the All American Girls Professional Baseball League to play with the South Bend Blue Sox team in Indiana.  Between 1946 and 1949, Daisy was an all-star fielder and power hitter for the team. Read more →

  • Dorothy Walton, C.M.

    Dorothy Walton was an all-round athlete who participated in 14 varsity athletic programs. Walton’s early success came in the sport of tennis, where she won provincial and national honours. Following these achievements, Walton adopted badminton as her main concentration and Read more →

  • Claire (Ehman) Lovett

    Claire Lovett won the Vancouver Lawn Tennis and Badminton Club title a total of 16 times between 1945 and 1967. She won the Canadian Ladies’ Singles Badminton Championship in 1947 and 1948 and was the ladies’ doubles badminton champion in Read more →

  • Lacy Irene

    Irene (Haworth) Lacy

    In 1961, Irene Lacy won two medals at the Canadian Gymnastic Championships, and was soon recognized as one of Canada’s top gymnasts. In 1962, Irene was a member of the Saskatchewan team that won senior gold at the Canadian Championships, Read more →

  • Kroupa Marta

    Marta (Zelenkova) Kroupa

    Originally from Czechoslovakia, Marta Kroupa moved to Esterhazy in 1974 and immediately began incorporating rhythmic gymnastics into a fitness program at a local community college and in her physical education classes at her school. This led to the development of Read more →

  • Glenna Fairbrother

    Glenna (Sebestyen) Fairbrother

    Saskatoon’s Glenna Fairbrother joined the St. Mary’s Gym Club as an active five year-old in 1957. By 1960, she had progressed to the point that she placed 8th all-around in the Canadian Junior National Championships. Glenna’s successes continued and by Read more →

  • Bakker Gail

    Gail (Daley) Bakker

    At the time of her induction, the achievements of Saskatoon’s Gail (Daley) Bakker were unmatched by other Saskatchewan gymnasts. Bakker was Canada’s only female gymnast that participated in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, finishing 55th in the Games. She became the Read more →