• Ed Chynoweth

    Edward “Ed” Chynoweth

    Born in Dodsland, Ed Chynoweth’s name will always be closely associated with hockey in Western Canada, as well as the rest of the country. In addition to having the Western Hockey League’s (WHL) championship trophy named in his honour, Chynoweth Read more →

  • Robert J. “Bobby” Reid

    From 1914 to 1926, Bobby Reid played soccer with the Saskatoon Thistles, the CNR Soccer club, and the Fifth Battalion Soccer Club. An all-round athlete, Mr. Reid boxed for and was also the physical instructor for the 96th Highlanders. His Read more →

  • Dave Pyle

    In 1950, Dave started out on a coaching career, which was to span three decades and see him become one of the most successful wrestling coaches in the country. Starting in 1952, Dave Pyle coached numerous provincial teams in national Read more →

  • Robert “Bob” Lowe

    Bob Lowe was a tireless organizer and coach of wrestling programs in Regina schools and with the Northwest/Underdog Wrestling Club for 30 years. In addition to the 300 plus provincial champions under his guidance, Lowe coached over 20 teams to 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 →

  • 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 →

  • Doug Bruce

    During his lifetime, Doug Bruce was involved in basketball, tennis, volleyball and softball. He was regarded as an important builder of sport, especially through his service to tennis. Doug was on the executive of the Regina Tennis Club in various Read more →

  • Sung Ju Kim

    Sung Ju Kim trained as a tae kwon do athlete in his native Korea, and earned his sixth degree black belt before immigrating to Canada in 1973. On October 1, 1973, he opened the first World Tae Kwon Do Federation Read more →

  • Ha Grandmaster Kee

    Grandmaster Kee Ha

    Grandmaster Kee Ha has been one of the driving forces behind taekwondo in Saskatchewan for nearly 35 years. After beginning his training in Korea in the late 1950s, Ha opened Saskatchewan’s first World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) school in Regina in Read more →

  • Jurgen Wittenberg

    An internationally ranked official, Jurgen Wittenberg officiated at the 1967 Pan American Games, the 1976 Olympics, and the 1983 World Student Games.  In addition, he participated in numerous Canadian and western Canadian games. Wittenberg provided leadership in the administration of Read more →

  • Ron Walsh

    At the age of 27, Ron Walsh noticed an ad in the University of Saskatchewan’s newspaper asking for volunteers to referee games for an intramural eight-man football league – no experience necessary.  He decided to give it a try.  It Read more →

  • Lyle Sanderson

    Lyle Sanderson was the University of Saskatchewan’s athletics coach starting in 1965.  Under his tenure, the university has captured 19 Western Conference team titles and five Canadian team titles. As well, he served as a meet director for many track Read more →