• Sharon Tkachuk

    Being an official for over 40 years, Sharon Tkachuk has had a positive and lasting impact on track and field as well as Saskatchewan sports in general. Her dedication as an official and leadership as a coach has made a Read more →

  • Allan Semeniuk

    Allan Semeniuk was left in a wheelchair after a motorcycle accident. He was advised to spend some time getting to know the chair, getting comfortable with using it, and that he should also try to get some physical activity.  When Read more →

  • Evelyn (Gorin) Nesdole

    Evelyn (Gorin) Nesdole participated in many different sports during her student years.  At Mount Royal High School in Saskatoon, she was part of the 1964 Provincial Champion volleyball team.  At the University of Saskatchewan, she was a member of the Read more →

  • 1985 Prince Albert Raiders Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Hockey Champions, 1985 (Memorial Cup) The 1984-85 Prince Albert Raiders began their season never expecting such success; yet with the help of goal scorers like Dan Hodgson, Tony Grenier and Dave Pasin, the team soon reached the Read more →

  • 1979 Prince Albert Raiders Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Hockey Champions, 1979 (Centennial Cup) After capturing the Centennial Cup for the first time in 1977, the Prince Albert Raiders were driven to win the championship once again. They first had to beat the Moose Jaw Canucks Read more →

  • 1977 Prince Albert Raiders Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Hockey Champions, 1977 (Centennial Cup) In May 1977 the Prince Albert Raiders won the Centennial cup for the first time. To reach the National Championship they had captured the Saskatchewan title by winning a best of seven Read more →

  • Johnny Bower

    John “Johnny” Bower

    Prince Albert, Saskatchewan heralded the arrival of a future hall of famer in November of 1924. Bower played on frozen ponds with catalogues and mattresses for body protection. He started in the nets at eight years of age. Bower’s junior Read more →

  • Keith Russell

    Keith Russell

    Prince Albert born Keith Russell’s motto is simple “bite off more than you can chew, then chew like hell”. Using his experiences as an athlete to enforce and influence his practices as an educator and coach, Keith has been one Read more →

  • Lederhouse Phil

    Phil Lederhouse

    Phil Lederhouse lost his sight in 1934 at the age of 19. Fifteen years later, in 1950, he took up golf. With no prior experience and six months coaching, Phil won the Canadian Blind Golf Championship in Hamilton. He also Read more →