• Wilson

    Delbert “Del” Wilson

    Born in Craik, Saskatchewan, Del Wilson has been a fixture with the Regina Pats hockey club, boasting a twenty-five year career with junior hockey in Regina and a lifetime of dedication as a builder in Western Canada. Del began his Read more →

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    James “Jim” Neilson

    Jim “Chief” Neilson was born in the small town of Big River, but his hockey aspirations would see him become one of the National Hockey League’s (NHL) top defensemen in the 1960s and 70s. Enjoying a seventeen-year career in the Read more →

  • 2005 Kyle George Curling Team

    Accomplishments: Karcher Junior Men’s National Curling Championship, 2005;  World Junior Men’s Curling Championship, 2005 Curling out of Regina, the 2005 Kyle George Curling Team, consisting of skip Kyle George, third Justin Mihalicz, second David Kidby, lead Chris Hebert, alternative Dustin Read more →

  • Cyprian Enweani

    Born in Copenhagen, Denmark, Cyprian Enweani is one of Saskatchewan’s premiere sprinters. Only twelve years after hearing Olympic pentathlete Diane Jones-Konihowski speak about the 1976 Summer Olympics, Cyprian was an inspired Canada West record holder competing for Canada in his Read more →

  • Staseson Gord

    Gordon “Gord” Staseson, C.M., S.O.M.

    Born in Regina, Gordon Staseson’s penchant for building sports excellence first became apparent at the ripe old age of twelve when he organized his own hockey team, the Coyotees. Known as “Mr. Get It Done,” Gord’s dedication to supporting and Read more →

  • Keith Russell

    Keith Russell

    Prince Albert born Keith Russell’s motto is simple “bite off more than you can chew, then chew like hell”. Using his experiences as an athlete to enforce and influence his practices as an educator and coach, Keith has been one Read more →

  • Warren Long

    Warren Long

    Born in Victoria, British Columbia, Warren Long began gymnastics much to the chagrin of his grade school teachers, who caught him performing headstands on top of his desk. Having been placed in the school’s gymnastics program soon after, Warren began Read more →

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    Donald “Don” Kent

    Don was introduced to the game of football as a high school athlete. In 1959 he began coaching with Queen City Minor Football but after a few years, picked up a whistle to become a football official.  From 1962 to Read more →

  • Ford

    Alan “Al” Ford

    Regina born Al Ford was the consummate all-star athlete in high school, but it wasn’t until his university basketball coach saw him punting a football and recommended he switch sports that his athletic legacy truly took off. Boasting a twenty-eight Read more →