• Andy Zwack

    Andy Zwack has been part of the Canadian baseball scene since 1931.  In Saskatchewan, he introduced the concept of umpire schools. He is best known for his contribution to umpire development and has held senior positions at all levels of Read more →

  • David Shury, Q.C.

    Dave Shury grew up in the Wilkie area where he played and developed his passion for baseball at an early age.  In the mid 1950s, Shury became involved in the administrative side of his sport by organizing and managing several Read more →

  • Black Jean

    Jean Black

    Born in Armdale, Scotland in 1912, Jean Black arrived in Canada in 1947 and moved to Regina in 1964. Jean’s contribution to lawn bowling is evident not only by her expertise on the greens, but also by the growth of Read more →

  • Richard ”Rick” Jorgensen

    Rick achieved a fifth degree black belt and served as chief instructor with the Midwest Karate Association in Regina. He was involved with the founding of the Saskatchewan Karate Association (SKA) in 1977 and served as president for 14 years Read more →

  • Cas Pielak

    Cas Pielak was a player and coach before turning his attentions to the administration of sport. In 1972, Pielak became the president of the Saskatchewan Baseball Association, establishing a central office for the province.  Cas was president of Baseball Canada, Read more →

  • Renouf Mike

    Mike Renouf

    Mike Renouf moved to Regina from Melfort at an early age and when he was 13 years old, began an association with the sport of judo by taking his first classes at the Regina Y.M.C.A. His interest and abilities in Read more →

  • O'Sullivan Jim

    Jim O’Sullivan

    Prince Albert’s Jim O’Sullivan began his judo career in Regina in 1963. He served as president of the Prince Albert Judo Club from 1966 to 1995 and acted as a competitor, instructor, referee, and tournament organizer during that time. His Read more →

  • Allan Few

    Saskatoon’s Allan Few has enjoyed an active judo career for over fifty years. He began his association with the sport in 1953 at the Saskatoon YMCA that served as the home of the first judo club in Saskatchewan. When the Read more →

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    Jack Adams

    Jack Adams started horseshoe pitching in 1933 at the Saskatoon Horseshoe Pitching Club. He won his first major championship in 1938 and 50 years later, in 1988, won a bronze medal in the Canadian Senior Men’s horseshoe championship. Jack Adams Read more →

  • Charles “Chuck” Sebestyen

    Chuck Sebestyen, an Olympic coach, has spent many hours working with gymnasts. In 1958, Sebestyen began coaching gymnastics in Saskatoon. Chuck’s coaching exploits included the Pan American Games, the Tokyo Olympics in Japan, the Saskatchewan Men’s Gymnastic Team at the 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 →

  • Kroupa Marta

    Marta (Zelenkova) Kroupa

    Originally from Czechoslovakia, Marta Kroupa moved to Esterhazy in 1974 and immediately began incorporating rhythmic gymnastics into a fitness program at a local community college and in her physical education classes at her school. This led to the development of Read more →

  • Armstrong Murray

    Murray Armstrong

    Murray Armstrong was born in Manor, Saskatchewan on New Year’s Day 1916. He grew up to enjoy a long and successful career in hockey as both a player and a coach. After a ten year stint in the National Hockey Read more →

  • Keith Rever

    Keith Rever

    Keith Rever has been involved in golf for many years. He won the city amateur championship nine times; the Saskatchewan Amateur Golf Championship in 1959 and 1962; was a member of nine Willingdon Cup teams 1959 and 1962-1969, including the Read more →

  • Taylor Neil

    Neil J. “Piffles” Taylor

    As a member of the 1915 Regina Rugby Club Piffles, Taylor led the team to the Western Rugby Championships in 1913, 1914, and 1915.  In 1919, he won the coveted Hugo Ross Trophy. Taylor became the president of the Regina Read more →