• Keith Roney

    Keith Roney participated in many familiar Saskatchewan sports, such as hockey, curling, and baseball as a young man growing up in Bulyea.  It wasn’t until Roney was in his thirties, however, that he would discover the sport of Lawn Bowling. Read more →

  • Allan Semeniuk

    Allan Semeniuk was left in a wheelchair after a motorcycle accident. He was advised to spend some time getting to know the chair, getting comfortable with using it, and that he should also try to get some physical activity.  When Read more →

  • Garth Boesch

    Garth Boesch began attending Notre Dame College in Wilcox in 1937.Playing as a right winger, he spent three years at Notre Dame. In that time, he scored seventeen goals in twenty-nine games. He finished his schooling at Notre Dame determined Read more →

  • Vernon “Vern” Pachal

    Vern Pachal first displayed his impressive skills as a hockey player while still a young boy in his hometown of Yorkton.  He led three Yorkton teams to provincial championships—at the Pee Wee level in 1943, the Bantam level in 1945, Read more →

  • Gwen (Wall) Ridout

    Gwen (Wall) Ridout showed an interest in running from an early age. By the third grade, she was already part of a city championship 4x100m relay team in her hometown of Saskatoon. By high school, Ridout had become a dominant Read more →

  • Evelyn (Gorin) Nesdole

    Evelyn (Gorin) Nesdole participated in many different sports during her student years.  At Mount Royal High School in Saskatoon, she was part of the 1964 Provincial Champion volleyball team.  At the University of Saskatchewan, she was a member of the Read more →

  • Donald “Don” Gallo

    Donald Gallo first encountered the triathlon while watching “The Wide World of Sports” on TV in the early 1980’s.  Having recently moved to Saskatoon, he began to seek out and compete in triathlon events around Saskatchewan.  He soon realized there Read more →

  • Chuck Armstrong

    Chuck Armstrong completed his Bachelor of Education in Physiotherapy from the University of Saskatchewan in 1975.  At that time, the field of sports medicine was in its infancy.  As his career progressed, Armstrong would become a leading figure in advancing Read more →