• 1973 Regina Rams Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1973. The 1973 Regina Rams Football team was a group of 32 young men and four coaches who believed they couldn’t be beat and weren’t. During the regular season, the Rams compiled a 6 win, Read more →

  • Ken Doraty

    A product of Stittsville, Ontario Ken Doraty moved to Saskatchewan in his youth where he excelled as a hockey player. In 1925, Ken Doraty played with Western Canada’s first Memorial Cup winners, the Regina Pats. The following year Doraty turned Read more →

  • Boll Rod

    Frank “Buzz” Boll

    Frank “Buzz” Boll, known as the “Western Tumbleweed”, was regarded as one of the fastest skaters in the National Hockey League (NHL) during his era. Boll started off his hockey career with the Weyburn Wanderers in the 1928-29 season. In Read more →

  • Donald “Doc” Rawson

    Rawson was an outstanding athlete, a successful coach and a founding father of wrestling in Saskatchewan. Donald was a member of the University of Toronto Wrestling Team from 1922 to 1928. During this period, he won the Canadian Intercollegiate Athletic Read more →

  • Margaret (George) Tosh

    Margaret Tosh set a new Canadian open record in javelin at the Canadian Olympic trials in Hamilton, 1956. The record throw of 145’5” stood until 1964.  Margaret competed in the Olympics at Melbourne, Australia in 1956. In 1957, at the Read more →

  • Captain Stanley “Cap” Harrison

    Saskatchewan’s most distinguished builder of the sport of thoroughbred racing, Captain Stanley Harrison was recognized for his contributions as a breeder, trainer, writer and race official. Captain Harrison used his talent to capture the spirit of his thoroughbreds for the Read more →

  • Anton “Red” Glasser

    A bowler for 30 years, Anton “Red” Glasser has won many singles and doubles events.  He won the Canadian Singles Championship in 1962. With his partner, Joe Most, he won the Canadian Doubles title in 1964.  At this time, he Read more →

  • Austman Joseph

    Joseph V. Austman

    Joseph Austman, one of Canada’s outstanding marksmen began his career at the age of 6. By the age of 16, in 1909, Austman had won the gold medal for the Manitoba Rifle Association Tournament Championships, the Governor General’s silver medal Read more →

  • John F. “Jack” Stewart

    John Francis “Jack” Stewart is a name synonymous with sport and recreation, particularly football in Saskatchewan and Canada for over 50 years. Jack played guard for the Ottawa Rough Riders during the 1933 and 1934 seasons.  After World War II, Read more →

  • Currie Gordon

    Gordon Currie, C.M.

    Gordon Currie is noted as one of the most successful amateur coaches in our country. In a career that spanned 26 years, Currie coached the Balfour Tech Football Team to eight provincial titles, six of which were in succession. He Read more →