• Archer Sandy.FB.P

    Roy “Sandy” Archer

    Football’s “Dean of Trainers” was born in Moose Jaw. His work began in physiotherapy in 1946. Six years later he started his long affiliation with athletic teams when he began working for the Regina Pats. For 14 years he was Read more →

  • Roger Aldag portrait

    Roger Aldag

    Roger Aldag was born and raised in Gull Lake and first played organized football with the Gull Lake Lions in high school where the team won the 1969 9-man provincial high school championship.  Following in his brother, Barry’s footsteps Roger’s Read more →

  • Dennis Adkin Profile

    Dennis Adkin

    Ski administrator and builder, Dennis Adkin, was born June 5, 1919 at Monitor, Alberta. His first pair of skis was made at the local creamery, the ends turned up by steam. After World War II, he went to London, ON Read more →

  • Kevin Holness

    After moving to Saskatchewan Kevin began playing soccer at the age of 7. He was a member of the Regina Celtics (Under 16), the Internationals (Under 18) and the Austria (Under 18) team. He played on the Saskatchewan Soccer Association (SSA) Read more →

  • Mary “Bonnie” Baker

    Mary Baker was born in Regina, July 10th, 1919. She has been actively involved in sport in our province since the age of 13 when she started playing softball with the local minor league teams. In 1943 when P.K. Wrigley Read more →

  • Stacy Singer

    Stacy Singer became the youngest World Baton Twirling Champion in history in 1985 when she won the junior (under 14) division at the age of eight. From 1985 until her retirement from competition in 1993, Stacy placed first at every Read more →

  • George Genereux

    George Genereux

    As a youth, Geoge Genereux was practically a phenomenon in the shooting world. In fact, it was difficult to believe that a young man could be so uncannily accurate with a shot gun. Genereux became the first Canadian to win Read more →

  • Calvin Bricker

    Winner of many Canadian Championships, Calvin Bricker dominated broad jumping and the hop-step-jump in Canada for close to two decades. Perhaps the earliest record of merit that we have of Bricker is when he set an Inter-Collegiate record at Toronto Read more →