Category: Sask Proud

Gaudet Tokyo bound

Canadian Paralympic Committee, July 27, 2021Photo credit: Badminton Canada Regina’s Frank Gaudet has been selected to accompany Canada’s first-ever Para badminton athlete, Olivea Meier at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.  The sport is making its Olympic debut at the Tokyo Summer Games and Meier will compete in… Continue Reading “Gaudet Tokyo bound”

Day Four Recap

Canadian softball team wins bronze, makes history A 3-2 victory over Mexico on Day 4 earned the Canadian softball team, including Saskatoon’s Jenny Gilbert, a bronze medal — the country’s first in the sport at the Olympics. Emma Entzminger got Canada on the board… Continue Reading “Day Four Recap”

Female Coaches in Tokyo

Written by: Matt Johnson for Sask SportPhoto credits: Canada Basketball and Diving Canada/Francois Mittens I think it’s awesome for other coaches. I think it’s awesome for any female athletes to realize that it’s not a man’s sport. It’s not anybody’s sport, it’s sport and… Continue Reading “Female Coaches in Tokyo”

Kozun at Paralympics

Paralympics.ca, July 22, 2021Photo credit: Canadian Paralympic Committee Melfort’s Julie Kozun was among the 11 athletes named to represent Canada in women’s sitting volleyball by the Canadian Paralympic Committee and Volleyball Canada at the Tokyo Paralympic Games next month.  All 11 athletes are returning from the bronze… Continue Reading “Kozun at Paralympics”

Before Opening Ceremonies

Gilbert and Canadian softball team split first two games  Softball made its return to the Olympics on Wednesday and Team Canada, including Saskatoon outfielder and pitcher Jenny Gilbert, celebrated the occasion with a 4-0 win over Mexico in their first round robin game.  A pair of RBIs… Continue Reading “Before Opening Ceremonies”

Goncin, Ostepchuk at Paralympics

Paralympics.ca, July 19, 2021Photo credit: Canadian Paralympic Committee Saskatchewan’s Nik Goncin and Garrett Ostepchuk were two of the 12 athletes named to the Canadian men’s wheelchair basketball squad who will compete at the Tokyo Paralympic Games. Goncin was with the Canadian team at the… Continue Reading “Goncin, Ostepchuk at Paralympics”

Cheer on Sask

After a lifetime of hard work and dedication to sport, 12 individuals from Saskatchewan will represent Canada at the Olympic Summer Games July 23 to August 8 in Tokyo.  The Saskatchewan contingent includes one official, two support staff, three coaches and six athletes with… Continue Reading “Cheer on Sask”

Newkirk, Ens at Paralympics

Paralympic.ca, July 15, 2021 Saskatchewan Para swimmers Shelby Newkirk and Nikita Ens were among 19 names announced by the Canadian Paralympic Committee and Swimming Canada who will be competing at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.   Newkirk and Ens will be among the seven on the team making their… Continue Reading “Newkirk, Ens at Paralympics”

Rousell makes Paralympics

Paralympic.ca, July 9, 2021 Asquith’s Ryan Rousell is one of four wheelchair fencers nominated to compete at the Tokyo Paralympics in August.   Rousell is part of the largest group of para fencers sent to the Games by Canada and is currently ranked 15th in the world in the men’s… Continue Reading “Rousell makes Paralympics”

Keely Shaw

Paralympic.ca, July 7, 2021Photo Credit: Canadian Paralympic Committee Midale’s Keely Shaw will be making her Paralympic debut in Tokyo after being named to the Canadian Para cycling team in the C4 class.  Shaw has been competing with the Canadian team for four years and captured… Continue Reading “Keely Shaw”