• 1978 Art Knutson Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Canadian Senior Men’s Curling Champions, 1978. In February, 1978, the Art Knutson Rink of Elbow, SK became Canada’s Senior Curling Champions. Sponsored for Canadian curlers fifty years of age and over, the annual national seniors tournament is an eleven Read more →

  • Chesley “Ches” Anderson

    Ches Anderson of Saskatoon is known as one of Saskatchewan’s most successful wrestling coaches. Serving at the University of Saskatchewan, he developed champion wrestlers for nearly two decades; his teams captured the Canada West University title five time between 1959 Read more →

  • Clint Norman

    Clint Norman

    Clint Norman won North American Taekwon-Do titles in 1984 and 1991 as an International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF) member. In the 1986 European championships, he won silver and bronze. Norman won gold at the 1987 Copa International meet. Medals in both Read more →

  • Jurgen Wittenberg

    An internationally ranked official, Jurgen Wittenberg officiated at the 1967 Pan American Games, the 1976 Olympics, and the 1983 World Student Games.  In addition, he participated in numerous Canadian and western Canadian games. Wittenberg provided leadership in the administration of Read more →

  • John Sands

    John Sands

    John Sands competed in the Olympic Games in 1956 and 1960. Prior to the 1956 Games, he captured a bronze in the pre-Olympic meet, and set a new Canadian record in the 500-metre that stood for twelve years. Sands went Read more →

  • Andy Zwack

    Andy Zwack has been part of the Canadian baseball scene since 1931.  In Saskatchewan, he introduced the concept of umpire schools. He is best known for his contribution to umpire development and has held senior positions at all levels of Read more →

  • Bakker Gail

    Gail (Daley) Bakker

    At the time of her induction, the achievements of Saskatoon’s Gail (Daley) Bakker were unmatched by other Saskatchewan gymnasts. Bakker was Canada’s only female gymnast that participated in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, finishing 55th in the Games. She became the Read more →

  • Abel Sid

    Sidney “Sid” Abel

    Melville’s Sid Abel began his career in the National Hockey League with the 1938-39 Detroit Red Wings. In 1937, he had tried out with Detroit but returned to Saskatchewan to play one season with the 1938 Saskatchewan Senior Hockey Champion Read more →

  • George Abel

    An outstanding stickhandler and playmaker, Melville’s George Abel was a member of the Edmonton Mercurys Hockey Team that captured Olympic gold for Canada during the 1952 Winter Games in Oslo, Norway. Abel’s fans called him “Mr. Production” because he centred Read more →