• Doug Bentley

    Douglas “Doug” Bentley

    Doug Bentley played all over Saskatchewan during the start of his hockey career but began in his hometown, on the Delisle Tigers. Soon after that he moved on to play on the Saskatoon Wesley Juniors. Doug then played in Regina Read more →

  • 1953 Regina Men’s Five-Pin Bowling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Men’s Five-Pin Bowling Champions, 1953. The first ever Canadian Men’s Five-Pin Bowling Championship was held in Regina at the Bolodrome in 1953. Chosen as the western representatives, the Regina team would get to bowl in front of a 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 →

  • William “Rover” Forsyth

    No one excelled at long distance running in the early 1900s quite like William “Rover” Forsyth. Forsyth’s name was synonymous with winning road races. He won the Regina Standard and Moose Jaw Times 10-mile road races in 1909, 1910 and Read more →

  • Phyllis Dewar

    While still a school girl in Moose Jaw, Phyllis Dewar dominated all freestyle swimming events in Saskatchewan. In fact, in 1934 when she travelled west to the British Empire and Commonwealth Games trials she was already the three-time one mile Read more →

  • Clarence Downey

    Clarence Downey

    At the time when Clarence Downey was at a young age there were little organized speed skating competitions, instead there was barrel jumping on speed skates. A Western Canadian Champion Barrel Jumper he was known as, “Dare Devil Downey” from Read more →

  • Norman “Norm” Sheldon

    Following an outstanding junior career in the sport of soccer in Scotland, Norman Sheldon came to Prince Albert in 1906.  Sheldon’s Saskatchewan soccer career spanned 23 years. It was in this community where he played continuously until 1929.  During that 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 →

  • Hamilton Jack.GE.P

    J.W. “Jack” Hamilton

    As an administrator, Jack Hamilton was associated with baseball, rugby, athletics and hockey. In hockey, Jack was the Governor of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League. Jack served as a member of the Canadian Olympic Committee for 17 years (1931 – Read more →

  • Gaston “Gas” Eichel

    Gas Eichel is Saskatchewan born and raised, except for a tour of duty in the Royal Canadian Air Force (R.C.A.F.) in World War II and a brief period spent in Ontario, he has lived in the province all of his Read more →