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    Murray “Bert” Olmstead

    Murray “Bert” Olmstead played in the Memorial Cup final with the Moose Jaw Canucks in 1945, his first season of junior hockey. During his professional career, Bert played for the Chicago Blackhawks from 1948 to 1950, the Montreal Canadiens from Read more →

  • 1987 Regina Rams Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1987. When the Rams entered the 1987 season the mentality on the team was to win another national championship. With the majority of their players returning, Coach McCrystal thought this was a good bet. They Read more →

  • 1986 Regina Rams Football Club

    Accomplishments: Canadian Junior Football Champions, 1986. On November 6, 1986, the Regina Rams Football Club issued a press release stating that the Rams had won the Canadian Junior Football Championship (CJFC) in 1966 and 1976, and asking “will 1986 end Read more →

  • Sung Ju Kim

    Sung Ju Kim trained as a tae kwon do athlete in his native Korea, and earned his sixth degree black belt before immigrating to Canada in 1973. On October 1, 1973, he opened the first World Tae Kwon Do Federation Read more →

  • George Short

    George Short, competing for Bedford Road Collegiate, won the Saskatchewan Open 100 and 220-yard sprints in 1958, in the midget division.  In 1959, competing as a junior, he set Saskatchewan records in the 100 and 220-yard events and later that Read more →

  • Douglas “Doug” Steele

    Doug Steele was involved with figure skating as a skater, coach, judge, and administrator.  After skating and coaching for many years, he became a Saskatchewan skating and test judge in 1972.  He served the Canadian Figure Skating Association (CFSA) as Read more →

  • Brenda Staniforth

    Brenda Staniforth

    Brenda Staniforth began her softball career in 1969 as an outfielder with the Lashburn Bluebirds. She played on teams that competed in the Canadian Softball Championships every year from 1974 to 1987. Brenda pitched and played outfield for the 1978 Read more →

  • Kanuka Joseph.

    Joseph Kanuka

    Joe Kanuka joined the board of directors of the Regina Rams Football Club in 1960, and served as president in 1966. In 1967, he became a director of the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club. He was the 1968 founding president of Read more →

  • David Wall, Sr.

    As a blind sports competitor, David Wall excelled at track and field and golf, winning provincial, national, and international titles.  In 1975 and 1976, David was on the organizing committee for Team Saskatchewan leading up to the first Canadian National Read more →

  • Stacy Singer

    Stacy Singer became the youngest World Baton Twirling Champion in history in 1985 when she won the junior (under 14) division at the age of eight. From 1985 until her retirement from competition in 1993, Stacy placed first at every Read more →