• Frederick “Fred” Sasakamoose

    Fred Sasakamoose may be best known for his achievements on the ice, but he made his biggest contributions off it. As the first treaty Indian to play in the National Hockey League (NHL), Sasakamoose broke the barrier for generations of Read more →

  • Glenn “Chico” Resch

    Glenn “Chico” Resch was born in Moose Jaw, but he took to the ice in Regina. He then skated his way to a championship career with stops throughout North America and around the world. Working his was through local hockey Read more →

  • Wayne Kartusch

    Wayne Kartusch

    Wayne Kartusch was born in Regina where he began his love of hockey. Wayne played competitively in the Regina Pats Minor Hockey System before graduating in 1958 to the Regina Pats Junior Hockey Club. Following two seasons with the Pats, Read more →

  • The 2003 Steven Laycock curling team

    2003 Steven Laycock Curling Team

    Accomplishments: World Junior Men’s Curling Champions, 2003. When the Steve Laycock junior men’s curling team from Saskatoon captured the 2003 World Junior Men’s Curling Championship, they accomplished what no other Saskatchewan junior team had done before. Laycock, together with third Read more →

  • The 2003 Marliese Miller curling team

    2003 Marliese Miller Curling Team

    Accomplishments: World Junior Women’s Curling Champions, 2003. The Marliese Miller Junior Women’s Curling Team of Saskatoon holds the distinction of being Saskatchewan’s first ever women’s world junior curling champions. Miller along with teammates, third Teejay Surik, second Janelle Lemon, lead Read more →

  • Joyce Gamborg

    Joyce (Senyk) Gamborg

    Volleyball took Joyce Gamborg (nee Senyk) from Melville to Saskatoon. Then, it took her around the world. After graduating from Melville Comprehensive High School in 1978, Gamborg joined the University of Saskatchewan Huskiettes women’s volleyball team later that fall. As Read more →

  • Don Axtell

    Don Axtell

    Don Axtell began his tennis career in 1947 at the age of four. Six decades later, he’s still serving up championships. Axtell quickly made a name for himself on tennis courts across the province after making the move from San Read more →

  • Ha Grandmaster Kee

    Grandmaster Kee Ha

    Grandmaster Kee Ha has been one of the driving forces behind taekwondo in Saskatchewan for nearly 35 years. After beginning his training in Korea in the late 1950s, Ha opened Saskatchewan’s first World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) school in Regina in Read more →

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    Brent Ashton

    Saskatoon’s Brent Ashton began his successful hockey career in his hometown where he went on to star for both the Saskatoon O’s of the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League and the Saskatoon Blades of the Western Canada Hockey League (WHL). Brent Read more →

  • Don Funk

    Donald “Don” Funk

    Don Funk’s love of the sport of softball began in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s when as a player, Don suited up for a number of senior men’s fastball teams across Western Canada. In 1978 Don began his association Read more →