• Rick Folk Curling team 1983

    1983 Rick Folk Mixed Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Mixed Curling Champions, 1983. The 1983 team of Rick Folk, Tom Wilson, Elizabeth Folk and Dorenda Schoenhals, had finished in second place in both the 1981 and 1982 Canadian Mixed championships and were determined to complete the job Read more →

  • 1980 Rick Folk Curling Team

    Accomplishments: World Men’s Curling Champions, 1980. On March 30, 1980, Rick Folk, Ron Mills, Tom Wilson and Jim Wilson brought Canada its first world curling championship since 1972. After a convincing win at the Brier in Calgary, where they beat Read more →

  • 1978 Bernie Yuzdepski Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Mixed Curling Champions, 1978. The Nutana Curling Club in Saskatoon was home for the rink of Bernie Yuzdepski (skip), Marnie McNiven (third), Roy Uchman (second), and Joan Bjerke (lead). The team was put together just before club play Read more →

  • 1978 Art Knutson Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Senior Men’s Curling Champions, 1978. In February, 1978, the Art Knutson Rink of Elbow, SK became Canada’s Senior Curling Champions. Sponsored for Canadian curlers fifty years of age and over, the annual national seniors tournament is an eleven Read more →

  • 1974 Rick Folk Mixed Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Mixed Curling Champions, 1974. The formation of a mixed curling team in 1974, when Rick Folk and Tom Wilson were joined by two other University of Saskatchewan students, Cheryl Stirton and Bonnie Orchard was the first time any Read more →

  • Mazinke Curling Team

    1973 Harvey Mazinke Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Men’s Curling Champions, 1973. Well known in the sport of curling since 1968 Harvey Mazinke and his rink of Bill Martin (third), George Achtymichuk (second) and Dan Klippenstein (lead) epitomize the dual qualities of outstanding ability and fine Read more →

  • Robert J. “Bobby” Reid

    From 1914 to 1926, Bobby Reid played soccer with the Saskatoon Thistles, the CNR Soccer club, and the Fifth Battalion Soccer Club. An all-round athlete, Mr. Reid boxed for and was also the physical instructor for the 96th Highlanders. His Read more →

  • 1971 Larry McGrath Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Mixed Curling Champions, 1971. The Larry McGrath Mixed Curling Rink of Kindersley were winners of the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship on three occasions, which is still an unmatched record. In 1971, Larry, Darlene Hill and John Gunn, were Read more →

  • 1967 and 1968 Larry McGrath Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Mixed Curling Champions, 1967, 1968. The Larry McGrath Mixed Curling Rink of Kindersley were winners of the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship on three occasions, which is still an unmatched record. The team consisting of Larry McGrath, Darlene Hill, Read more →

  • Ernie Richardson Rink 1963

    1963 Ernie Richardson Curling Team

    Accomplishments: World Men’s Curling Champions, 1963. Ernie Richardson rink dominated the curling scene in the early 1960s winning four world championships in five years. The 1963 team consisted of Ernie Richardson (skip), his brother Garnet Richardson (second), his cousin Arnold Read more →

  • 1959, 1960 and 1962 Ernie Richardson Curling Team

    Accomplishments: World Men’s Curling Champions, 1959, 1960, 1962. The Ernie Richardson rink dominated the curling scene in the early 1960s, winning four world championships in five years. Keeping it in the family, the team from Stoughton consisted of Ernie Richardson Read more →

  • 1955 Garnet Campbell Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Men’s Brier Curling Champions, 1955. The Garnet Campbell Curling team made history in 1955 as the first Saskatchewan team to win the Canadian Brier Men’s Curling Championship. Keeping it within the family, the team consisted of four brothers Read more →