• Lougheed Ray

    Ray Lougheed

    Between 1954 and 1967, Ray Lougheed won Saskatchewan championships in the lightweight and welterweight categories ten times. Ray won six Canadian titles between 1956 and 1965 (four freestyle and two Greco Roman). Ray was also the Western Canada Lightweight Champion Read more →

  • Gordon Garvie

    Garvie was born into an athletic family, as the son of Violet and fellow Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame inductee, Clarence Garvie. Early interests were hockey, baseball, football and track and field. Besides instruction from his dad, he benefited from Read more →

  • Donison Sebastion

    Sebastian “Butch” Donison

    Butch Donison, the youngest of the Donison brothers, was born near Avonlea, Saskatchewan. His career as a wrestler spanned fifteen years during which time he compiled an outstanding record. Donison was the first Canadian wrestler to have competed in every 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 →

  • Danny Donison

    Born in the Avonlea District of Saskatchewan in 1932, Danny Donison had an outstanding career in the sport of wrestling, both as an athlete and as a builder. Donison began wrestling in 1950 at the old YMCA in Regina, under Read more →

  • Clark Don

    Don Clark

    Photo Credit: Trevor Hopkin Don Clark distinguished himself as a leader while a student athlete at the University of Saskatchewan. He was named captain of the Huskies football team for the 1964-65 season, and won the Rusty MacDonald Cup—awarded for Read more →

  • Chesley “Ches” Anderson

    Ches Anderson of Saskatoon is known as one of Saskatchewan’s most successful wrestling coaches. Serving at the University of Saskatchewan, he developed champion wrestlers for nearly two decades; his teams captured the Canada West University title five time between 1959 Read more →

  • Robert “Mac” Game

    For over 30 years, Robert “Mac” Game has been an organizer, coach and official in Saskatchewan weightlifting. He has arranged over 40 local Junior Canada Cup competitions, more than 25 Sask Open weightlifting meets and numerous Western Canadian weightlifting competitions, Read more →

  • Clinton Ward

    From 1962 to 1974, Clint Ward held a combined eight Canadian titles in Men’s Slalom, Senior Men’s Slalom, Senior Men’s Tricks, and Senior Men’s Overall. In 1968, he was the Canadian record holder for slalom. Mr. Ward was also a Read more →

  • Elmer Hazzard

    Elmer Hazzard began water skiing in 1960. By 1970, he won the Regina Beach Open Trick Skiing event and the Stoney Lake Senior Men’s overall title. The following year he won three trick events, the Saskatchewan Open, the Stoney Lake Read more →

  • Jim Clunie

    James “Jim” Clunie

    Jim Clunie grew up on the Prairies, but he soared to new heights on the water. From Saskatchewan to sites around the world, he leaped to international acclaim in the sport of water skiing. Clunie was first introduced to the Read more →

  • Mark Tennant

    Mark Tennant

    Mark’s skills as a coach and innovator led to three consecutive Women’s Canadian Interuniversity Athletic Union (CIAU) championships for the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) in 1979, 1980, and 1981. Tennant served as president of the Saskatchewan Volleyball Association Read more →

  • Henry “Hank” Lorenzen

    Hank Lorenzen played nearly every position in volleyball. Instead of a setter, outside hitter, middle hitter or libero, he was an athlete, coach, official and administrator. On and off the court, he has been helping build the sport in Saskatchewan Read more →

  • Arthur “Art” Sihvon

    Arthur Sihvon began playing tennis in 1932, and by 1938 had entered and won men’s singles, doubles, and mixed doubles titles. In the early 1950’s, Art combined his love of playing tennis with helping to teach junior and senior players. Read more →

  • Walter Martin

    Walter Martin was Canadian Inter-Collegiate champion in singles and doubles in 1925, 1926 and 1927. Walter was ranked in the top 10 in Canadian tennis between 1927 and 1933, and was the number one ranked Canadian player in 1933 and Read more →