• Saunders Lloyd

    Lloyd Saunders

    Lloyd Saunders began his sports career as an athlete, but in 1945, changed his focus from athlete to broadcaster. He soon became known as the radio voice of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, and in 1948 was the first Saskatchewan broadcaster to Read more →

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    Walt Riddell

    Golf and curling were Walt Riddell’s main interests. In 1946, he was a member of the Brier Publicity Committee when the National Curling Championships were held in Saskatoon. In 1953, Walt was chairman of the committee in charge of the Read more →

  • Dick Rendek

    Richard “Dick” Rendek

    Dick Rendek served on the boards of directors of the Regina YMCA, the Regina Exhibition Association, and the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame. In 1978 and 1979, he was the fundraising chair of the Taylor Field expansion, raising more than Read more →

  • Norm Balderston

    Saskatchewan has a history of producing national and world champion curling athletes and highly respected officials and administrators. Among the names synonymous with curling in Saskatchewan is Norm Balderston. Balderston’s relationship with the “roaring game” began like most others, as Read more →

  • Nixon Howard

    Dr. Howard Nixon, O.C.

    As an undergraduate at U.B.C., he was an outstanding athlete, competing in football, swimming, gymnastics, and wrestling. 1952 saw him return to Saskatoon and the University of Saskatchewan as wrestling and swimming coach. Dr. Nixon has given over 40 years Read more →

  • Laurie Artiss

    Laurie Artiss’ name has been associated with curling in Saskatchewan since his arrival from Manitoba in 1965.  Having first served as a sports writer with the Winnipeg Tribune and athletic director in Dauphin and Virden, Manitoba, Laurie then came to Read more →

  • Monsignor Athol “Père” Murray, O.C.

    Monsignor Athol “Père” Murray, O.C.

    Athol Murray became parish priest at Wilcox in 1927. After founding the College of Notre Dame there, the school became a force in provincial high school athletics. In the early days and for many subsequent years, Father Murray was the Read more →

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    Tom “Scotty” Melville

    Tom Melville’s involvement with amateur sports spans five decades and numerous sports. Melville has played a major role in many sports: as the secretary-manager of the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association for 16 years; as an ardent booster of amateur baseball; Read more →

  • Lofstrom Karin

    Karin Lofstrom

    Photo Credit: Marie – Chantale Ledoux Karin Lofstrom competed nationally in both field hockey and ice hockey while she was a student at the University of Saskatchewan, but it was the example set by then-faculty member Pat Lawson that would Read more →

  • Henry “Hank” Hartenberger

    Hank Hartenberger immigrated to Canada with his family at age one, and settled in Weyburn, Saskatchewan in 1937.  He competed in the Olympic boxing trials in 1956, and that same year was the Saskatchewan Middleweight Champion. For more than 40 Read more →

  • Kenneth “Ken” Goff

    Kenneth “Ken” Goff, known as “Mr. Boxing”, has trained hundreds of boxers during his 43 year career. As an athlete, Goff started his career as a featherweight boxer in 1930 and advanced to the semi-finals of the Dominion Championship in Read more →

  • George Goff

    George Goff was born in Regina and was involved in the sport of boxing at an early age following in his father’s footsteps.  He began coaching in 1972 and has served as the vice president and assistant coach with the Read more →

  • Kanuka Joseph.

    Joseph Kanuka

    Joe Kanuka joined the board of directors of the Regina Rams Football Club in 1960, and served as president in 1966. In 1967, he became a director of the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club. He was the 1968 founding president of Read more →

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    Rollin “Roly” Howes

    Roly Howes is best known for his community service and his contributions to the development of amateur sport in Saskatchewan. He has served as president of a number of community and sport organizations. Roly was an avid supporter of the Read more →

  • Peter Jmaeff

    Peter Jmaeff

    Peter Jmaeff was born in Kamsack and began his shooting career in the Royal Canadian Air Force in the 1960’s. He moved on to the administrative side of the sport shortly thereafter and soon had served several rifle clubs in Read more →