CLOSED – The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame (SSHF) remains closed to the public until such time as it is safe and practical to open while also adhering to the provincial Re-Open Saskatchewan Plan. Museums are included as part of Phase Four, Part II of the Re-Open Plan. Assuming that Phase Four has been met, the SSHF is targeting September 1 to re-open the exhibit galleries to the public. Summer programming has all shifted to online delivery. Staff remains available via their personal emails and general requests or questions can be sent to [email protected]×
We Need Your Help! And Our Time Frame is Very Short.
The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame is looking for your favourite “Mosaic Moment”. What makes you smile when you think about attending an event in Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field? It doesn’t have to be a football moment. In fact, it doesn’t have to be a sport moment. We just want to know what has made a lasting impression on you.
Please send us a quick answer giving us a few specifics about the event. What was it? When was it (maybe it’s a specific date or just an estimated year)? Was there a specific individual involved? A couple of sentences or a short paragraph will get us on our way. Your memories will become part of our historical timeline as we work to capture all that comprises the popular culture surrounding Mosaic Stadium at Taylor Field.
We are appealing for an immediate response. If you can share your memories in the next 48 hours that would be much appreciated!
Thank you for helping to keep Saskatchewan’s sport history alive.
It has been a busy couple of months for Kaylyn Kyle since returning from the London Olympics where she helped her team and our country capture a bronze medal; our first medal of any color in the history of the sport. It has been a whirlwind not only in terms of the demands on her time, as media outlets, fans and sponsors all want a piece of her but also emotionally as she has admittedly had little time to allow what has happened to really sink in.
She has however had a few fleeting moments where should let her guard down, be herself and truly enjoy life after the games, and many of those moments have come at home back here in Saskatchewan. Between appearances all over the country and abroad with trips back and forth from here to Los Angeles becoming common, Kaylyn has said that spending time with family and friends has been the best way to enjoy the success she has seen.
Recently she stopped by the Hall of Fame to sign autographs and take photos with fans on a grassroots level, many of whom play in the very same programs as Kaylyn did growing up. It was interesting to see how the star athlete interacted with fans in Regina and it was also great to see just how much everyone involved really did enjoy the experience.
The Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame was able to have a couple of cameras on hand for the event, and in the process captured some hands on footage of what the day was really all about for Kaylyn and her fans alike. Enjoy the video as we take look back on the morning of October 20th, when fans from across southern Saskatchewan came together to honor one of our great young athletes. Also be on the lookout for more great events and content to come from the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame.