• Bill Kinash

    Bill Kinash has been a cyclist, board member, coach, official, organizer, president, and vice president. Individually, these are the roles of a loyal volunteer. Combined, they represent a builder dedicated to growing cycling in Saskatchewan. For more than 45 years, Read more →

  • Chris Biegler

    When Chris Biegler arrived at the University of Regina he led the Cougars basketball program from anonymity and onto the national basketball stage. With Biegler leading the team, he and his teammates were able to raise the Cougars men’s basketball Read more →

  • 1984 Randy Woytowich Mixed Curling Team

    The members of Randy Woytowich’s Mixed Curling Team didn’t qualify for the Brier or Scott Tournament of Hearts in 1984. However, the consolation prize wasn’t bad. The Regina-based team of skip Randy Woytowich, third Kathy Thiele (née Fahlman), second Brian Read more →

  • Lucas Makowsky

    For a speed skater, Lucas Makowsky excelled at games. Specifically, the Saskatchewan Games and Olympic Games. Stepping up when the stakes were the highest, Makowsky skated to the top of the podium five times at the 2002 Saskatchewan Winter Games Read more →

  • Terry Livingstone

    Curiosity led Terry Livingstone to speed skating. Talent, hard work and determination helped him to a long and successful speed skating career with Special Olympics. Intrigued by what he saw on television during the Winter Olympics, Livingstone ventured out to Read more →

  • Lori Ebbesen

    Volunteer, official, board member, builder, ambassador and competitor, Lori Ebbesen has done it all when it comes to triathlon. And, she’s done it at every level – provincial, national and international. Ebbesen has been involved in triathlon for more than Read more →

  • 2009 Eugene Hritzuk Senior Men’s Curling Team

    Eugene Hritzuk (skip), Kevin Kalthoff (third), Verne Anderson (second), and Dave Folk (lead) Eugene Hritzuk is well known in Canadian curling circles. He enhanced his curling profile when he skipped his rink comprised of Kevin Kalthoff (third), Verne Anderson (second), Read more →

  • Richard “Dick” White

    Richard “Dick” White has reached icon status when it comes to University athletics. He has dedicated more than 30 years to helping develop high quality sports programs and, more importantly, athletes into community leaders. White began his illustrious career at Read more →

  • 1996 Randy Bryden Curling Team

    Saskatchewan is known for producing great curlers. The 1996 Randy Bryden rink was no exception.  This group was a perfect example of the determination and work ethic needed for success on the pebbled ice. For the Bryden Rink, the road Read more →

  • Keith Roney

    Keith Roney participated in many familiar Saskatchewan sports, such as hockey, curling, and baseball as a young man growing up in Bulyea.  It wasn’t until Roney was in his thirties, however, that he would discover the sport of Lawn Bowling. Read more →

  • 1974 Regina Pats Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Hockey Champions, 1974 (Memorial Cup) At the beginning of the season the Regina Pats were seen as contenders for the Western Canada Hockey League championship but it was not until halfway through the year they became frontrunners. Read more →

  • 1941 Regina Rangers Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Senior Hockey Champions, 1941 (Allan Cup) The Regina Rangers placed first in the South Saskatchewan Senior Hockey League with a record of 20-8-4. With a low total of only 95 goals allowed throughout the season, “Sugar” Jim Henry Read more →

  • 1933 Regina Pats Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Western Canada Junior Hockey Champions, 1933 The Regina Pats dominated the Regina league and so it came as no surprise that they took the league final from the Regina Maple Leafs in a two game total goal series 7-0. Read more →

  • 1930 Regina Pats Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Hockey Champions, 1930 (Memorial Cup) After a short three game regular season, the Regina Pats dominated the provincial playoffs proving they needed little practice. The Pats defeated the Wilkie Outlaws handily for the Saskatchewan title in the Read more →

  • 1928 Regina Monarchs Hockey Club

    Accomplishments: World’s Junior Hockey Champions, 1928 (Memorial Cup) In the 1927-28 season the Regina Pats and Regina Falcons joined together to create the Regina Monarchs Hockey Club. Coached by Howie Milne, the Monarchs went on to have an undefeated regular Read more →