• Les Youngson

    Les Youngson won the Provincial title in 1936, and competed in the Macdonald Brier in Toronto.  He won the South Saskatchewan Championships in 1943 and 1948 and over the years competed in bonspiels throughout Saskatchewan and Manitoba.  He curled in Read more →

  • John Hayes

    John Hayes

    John came to Canada in 1929 at the age of 16. He played with the Saskatoon Sons of England (junior) team until 1932 and thereafter with the Thistles (senior) and various other Saskatoon clubs until 1959. John was primarily a Read more →

  • Ernest “Ernie” Richardson, C.M.

    Ernie Richardson skipped the all-Richardson rink of brother, Sam; cousins, Wes and Arnold to the 1959 Canadian Men’s Curling Championship and the first World Curling title also in 1959. The World’s were played in Scotland. Ernie successfully retained both the Read more →

  • Eva (Robert) Kerr

    In 1973, Eva Kerr skipped the Saskatchewan ladies’ team at the first Canadian Senior Ladies Curling Championship in Ottawa, placing third.  Eva was a charter member of the Regina Ladies Curling Club (RLCC), serving as president from 1959 to 1960.  Read more →

  • David Greyeyes, C.M., S.O.M.

    David Greyeyes, an outstanding soccer player, was a three-time provincial All-Star selection. He played on the team in the 1937 match again Charleton Althletics ,in 1938 against Islington Corinthians, and in 1949 against Newcastle United. In 1942, David was a Read more →

  • William “Bill” Dunbar

    A natural sports talent, William Dunbar competed in hockey, athletics, rugby and baseball, but was best known for his curling exploits. Dunbar skipped his Saskatchewan rink to a second place finish at the 1940 MacDonald Brier. Dunbar was the first Read more →

  • Julien Audette

    Julien Audette’s international reputation in the sport of soaring has brought widespread recognition to Regina and Saskatchewan. At one time or another Audette held eight out of eight available national soaring records, six of which were held simultaneously. Internationally Audette Read more →

  • Ron Woolgar

    Ronald “Ron” Woolgar

    Ron Woolgar competed in pistol shooting championships at the provincial level between 1961 and 1971. He won the indoor provincial title eight times and placed second three times. Woolgar won the Provincial Outdoor Pistol Shooting Championship seven times, and in Read more →

  • Claude Warwick

    Claude Warwick’s boxing career started at the age of fourteen, but he was also active in hockey and football. In provincial boxing, Claude was Saskatchewan champion in 1939 as flyweight, in 1940 as a bantamweight, and in 1941 as a Read more →

  • Ernest “Ossie” Herlen

    Ernest Osbourne Herlern was an excellent boxer and a great sportsman of the late thirties. He was raised in Saskatoon and started to box at the age of fifteen. Of his 33 fights, Herlern won 12 by decision, 12 by Read more →

  • Lawson Patricia

    Patricia “Pat” Lawson

    Pat Lawson won provincial open titles in tennis, track and field, speed skating, swimming, and basketball. Pat went on to win national championships in two sports, speed skating and basketball. In speed skating, she was Canadian intermediate and senior champions Read more →

  • 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 →

  • Adam Faul

    As one of Saskatchewan’s outstanding boxers, Adam Faul had an enviable record of winning 60 of 64 bouts. His impressive list of championships began in 1946 and by 1948 he reached the highlight of his career when he represented Canada Read more →

  • Gaston “Gas” Eichel

    Gas Eichel is Saskatchewan born and raised, except for a tour of duty in the Royal Canadian Air Force (R.C.A.F.) in World War II and a brief period spent in Ontario, he has lived in the province all of his Read more →

  • Jim Hill

    Vincent James “Jim” Hill

    Jim Hill was born August 12, 1919 in Saskatoon, the second youngest of seven children. While living in Goose Lake as a young man Hill boxed and later played hockey with the Laura Beavers, when the team became Intermediate “A” Read more →