• Judy Peddle

    Photo Credit: Alyssa Sutton Academy Studios Judy Peddle showed great promise as a track athlete while still in high school. By age sixteen, she had already set a new provincial record for the junior girls 60-yard-dash, and was a member Read more →

  • Harold Mitchelmore

    Harold Mitchelmore served his community of Saskatoon in the capacity of photo referee, track referee and timer or walk judge, at every level possible. At the provincial and Western Canadian level, Mitchelmore officiated at numerous competitions, one being the Western Read more →

  • James “Kirk” Kirkpatrick

    As a high school and Normal School teacher, Director of Physical Fitness and Recreation of Saskatchewan, Head of McGill University’s School of Physical Education and Dean of the Faculty of Education at the University of Saskatchewan, J.B. “Kirk” Kirkpatrick has Read more →

  • E. W. “Joe” Griffiths

    For 32 years, 1919 to 1951, while working at the University of Saskatchewan, Joe Griffiths made a great impact on athletics. He coached high school and university track and swim teams, and was the Canadian Olympic team coach in both Read more →

  • Dennis Beerling

    Dennis Beerling is an accomplished leader, coach, official, administrator and teacher, the very things that define the term Saskatchewan sports builder. On a local level, Beerling has been a track official for more than twenty-five years, and has been a Read more →

  • Douglas “Doug” Steele

    Doug Steele was involved with figure skating as a skater, coach, judge, and administrator.  After skating and coaching for many years, he became a Saskatchewan skating and test judge in 1972.  He served the Canadian Figure Skating Association (CFSA) as Read more →

  • Margaret “Margie” Sandison

    Margaret Sandison has been a mainstay in the figure skating community at a local, provincial, national, and international level for over 50 years.  Born and raised in Regina, she began her involvement in figure skating at the Wascana Winter Club Read more →

  • Bert Penfold

    Bert Penfold dedicated his life to the promotion of figure skating at the national, regional, provincial, and local level.  Penfold was chairman of the Western Section of the Canadian Figure Skating Association (CFSA) for fifteen years, and served as judges’ Read more →

  • Herbert R. Larson

    Herbert served as director and president of the Saskatoon Figure Skating Club and as vice-president and president of the Canadian Figure Skating Association between the years of 1937 and 1967. Herb was a judge of figure skating, achieving gold standing, Read more →

  • Werner “Vern” Friebel

    Vern served in many executive capacities with the Saskatoon Figure Skating Club and when Saskatoon hosted the inaugural Canada Winter Games in 1971, he was the obvious choice to be the chairperson. Vern worked throughout northern Saskatchewan, organizing and developing Read more →

  • Lil Williamson

    Lil Williamson captured more than 50 championships in various hack, hunter and jumper competitions in Canada and the United States between 1942 and 1960.  In 1958, she moved to Regina and began to serve as a competition judge. Williamson is Read more →

  • Lou Hough

    Beginning in 1961, Lou Hough chaired and organized horse shows in Saskatoon.  In 1973, he played a key role in the organization of the Saskatchewan Horse Federation and served as the Federation’s president from 1975 to 1978.  He served as Read more →

  • Captain Stanley “Cap” Harrison

    Saskatchewan’s most distinguished builder of the sport of thoroughbred racing, Captain Stanley Harrison was recognized for his contributions as a breeder, trainer, writer and race official. Captain Harrison used his talent to capture the spirit of his thoroughbreds for the Read more →

  • Zig Lejins

    Ziguard “Zig” Lejins

    Zig Lejins, who was born in Valmiera, Latvia, and now makes his home in Prince Albert, was a founding member of the Prince Albert Table Tennis Club in 1976, and became one of the leading forces in table tennis in Read more →

  • Sandra Roberts

    Sandra Roberts

    Between 1958 and 1987, Sandra Roberts coached Saskatchewan synchro athletes and teams to a number of provincial titles. During her career, she guided synchro teams and programs at the Regina YWCA, the Saskatoon YWCA and the University of Saskatchewan. In Read more →