• Leo Parker

    Leo Parker was a long time booster of hockey in the Humboldt area. Leo joined the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association (SAHA) as a member of the executive in 1950. He was instrumental in forming the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League in Read more →

  • 1980 Marj Mitchell Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Women’s World Curling Champions, 1980. On March 22, 1980 Marj Mitchell, Nancy Kerr, Shirley McKendry and Wendy Leach brought Canada its first Ladies World Curling Championship. The Mitchell rink, from the Caledonian Curling Club in Regina, headed to Perth, Read more →

  • 1971 Larry McGrath Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Mixed Curling Champions, 1971. The Larry McGrath Mixed Curling Rink of Kindersley were winners of the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship on three occasions, which is still an unmatched record. In 1971, Larry, Darlene Hill and John Gunn, were Read more →

  • 1967 and 1968 Larry McGrath Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Mixed Curling Champions, 1967, 1968. The Larry McGrath Mixed Curling Rink of Kindersley were winners of the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship on three occasions, which is still an unmatched record. The team consisting of Larry McGrath, Darlene Hill, Read more →

  • Dave Pyle

    In 1950, Dave started out on a coaching career, which was to span three decades and see him become one of the most successful wrestling coaches in the country. Starting in 1952, Dave Pyle coached numerous provincial teams in national Read more →

  • Thomson Annie

    Annie (Fraser) Thomson

    Annie Thomson won seven provincial open championships in ladies’ singles; six in ladies’ doubles; and six in mixed doubles events. Annie won western Canadian titles in singles and doubles events, and was a semi-finalist in the Canadian Senior Ladies Doubles. Read more →

  • Sadie Caulder-Knight

    Sadie Caulder-Knight was a pioneer of synchronized swimming in Saskatchewan. Born in Liverpool, England in 1899, she came to Saskatchewan with her brother in 1913 to join her family. In 1941 she began teaching the fundamentals of synchronized swimming, and Read more →

  • Martha (Nelson) Grant

    A Saskatoon native, Martha (Nelson) Grant competed at the highest levels of international swimming. She represented Canada at the Canadian-American meet in 1966, and by 1970 she held 43 provincial records and Canadian records in her age group for the Read more →

  • Armstrong Murray

    Murray Armstrong

    Murray Armstrong was born in Manor, Saskatchewan on New Year’s Day 1916. He grew up to enjoy a long and successful career in hockey as both a player and a coach. After a ten year stint in the National Hockey Read more →

  • Ross Tom

    Tom Ross

    Tom Ross began golfing at an early age and by the age of 17 was a formidable competitor. Tom arrived in Canada in 1924, and by 1926 he was the club professional at the Wascana Golf Club in Regina. He Read more →

  • Lancaster Ron

    Ronald “Ron” Lancaster

    Ron played college football at Wittenburg College, Ohio. After college, Ron was signed by the Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League (CFL) In 1963, Ron Lancaster came to the Saskatchewan Roughriders.  Ron held CFL records for most yards Read more →