• Bill Ford

    William “Bill” Ford

    William “Bill” Ford, one of the best-known hockey figures in Saskatchewan, dedicated over 50 years to the development of the sport as an official, coach, and executive member. Ford was first elected to the board of directors of the Saskatchewan Read more →

  • Rusty Crawford

    Samuel “Rusty” Crawford

    Samuel “Rusty” Crawford was billed as one of the greatest hockey players of his time. During a career of over 21 seasons in professional hockey, Rusty never missed a game due to an injury.  He was a member of 3 Read more →

  • Maureen (Rever) DuWors

    As an athlete, coach, official and administrator, Maureen DuWors has represented Saskatchewan and Canada in track and field. In 1953 Maureen held both the open and high school junior sport titles. In 1955 she was a Canadian champion in the 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 →

  • David Greyeyes, C.M., S.O.M.

    David Greyeyes, an outstanding soccer player, was a three-time provincial All-Star selection. He played on the team in the 1937 match again Charlton Althletic, in 1938 against Islington Corinthians, and in 1949 against Newcastle United. In 1942, David was a Read more →

  • Julien Audette

    Julien Audette’s international reputation in the sport of soaring has brought widespread recognition to Regina and Saskatchewan. At one time or another Audette held eight out of eight available national soaring records, six of which were held simultaneously. Internationally Audette Read more →

  • Ernest “Ossie” Herlen

    Ernest Osbourne Herlern was an excellent boxer and a great sportsman of the late thirties. He was raised in Saskatoon and started to box at the age of fifteen. Of his 33 fights, Herlern won 12 by decision, 12 by Read more →

  • John “Mel” Kerr

    Mel Kerr was a superb baseball player and an all-round athlete. In 1922 and 1923, Mel was the province’s individual track and field champion, and Saskatoon’s Singles Tennis Champion. Kerr was a member of the 1927 Western Canadian Champion Saskwanis Read more →

  • Charles “Chuck” Sebestyen

    Chuck Sebestyen, an Olympic coach, has spent many hours working with gymnasts. In 1958, Sebestyen began coaching gymnastics in Saskatoon. Chuck’s coaching exploits included the Pan American Games, the Tokyo Olympics in Japan, the Saskatchewan Men’s Gymnastic Team at the Read more →

  • Claire (Ehman) Lovett

    Claire Lovett won the Vancouver Lawn Tennis and Badminton Club title a total of 16 times between 1945 and 1967. She won the Canadian Ladies’ Singles Badminton Championship in 1947 and 1948 and was the ladies’ doubles badminton champion in Read more →