Category: Saskatchewan

Paralympic Recap Day 5

A look ahead for Hudak and DeJong  Prince Albert’s Brittany Hudak looks to compete in her fourth event of the Games on Day 7. Hudak is set to race in the women’s biathlon 12.5-kilometre on March 10 at 10:20 p.m. (SK time). An event… Continue Reading “Paralympic Recap Day 5”

Babey in Beijing

Written by: Matt Johnson for Sask SportPhoto credit: Canadian Paralympic Committee “I’m very proud to represent Saskatchewan. It is my home province and without my time in Saskatoon and going to the University of Saskatchewan and playing all kinds of sports as a young… Continue Reading “Babey in Beijing”

Beijing Paralympic Contingent

A small but decorated group of Saskatchewan individuals will represent the province at the Paralympic Games, running March 4-13 in Beijing.   The Saskatchewan Olympic contingent for the Beijing Games features two athletes in three-time Paralympic Para Nordic skier Brittany Hudak, and decorated World Cup… Continue Reading “Beijing Paralympic Contingent”

Olympic Recap Day 3

McMorris captures third Olympic bronze in snowboard slopestyle It was a return trip to the Olympic podium for Regina snowboarder Mark McMorris after finishing third in the men’s slopestyle event with a score of 88.53 points. The finish continues McMorris’ bronze-medal streak. He previously… Continue Reading “Olympic Recap Day 3”

Le May Doan Chef de Mission

Written by: Matt Johnson for Sask SportPhoto credit: Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame Saskatchewan has always been a part of me and always will be a part of me wherever I reside. Catriona Le May Doan Catriona Le May Doan is considered one of… Continue Reading “Le May Doan Chef de Mission”

Beijing Olympic contingent

For the second time in less than seven months, sport fans are getting ready to cheer on Saskatchewan individuals as they represent the province and Canada at the Olympic Games, running February 4-20 in Beijing.  The Saskatchewan Olympic contingent for the Beijing Games features 15 individuals, including six athletes, three coaches, four mission and support… Continue Reading “Beijing Olympic contingent”

Coakwell Olympic team

January 20, 2022Photo courtesy of IBSF Moose Jaw’s Ben Coakwell is heading back to the Winter Olympics for a third consecutive appearance as a brakeman with the Justin Kripps’ piloted four-person bobsleigh.  Coakwell, who recently tied the Canadian record for World Cup medals by a brakeman at 17,… Continue Reading “Coakwell Olympic team”

McMorris third Olympics

January 19, 2022Photo credit: Gabe L’Heureux  Regina’s Mark McMorris will look to add another medal to his Olympic collection when he travels to Beijing to compete in his third Winter Games as part of Canada’s snowboard big air and slopestyle team.  “It’s an amazing… Continue Reading “McMorris third Olympics”

Hudey, Fish headed to Beijing 

January 17, 2022Photo credit: Dave Holland/Canadian Sport Institute Calgary White City’s Marsha Hudey and Moose Jaw’s Graeme Fish will be part of the Canadian long track speed skating team competing at the Olympic Winter Games in Beijing.  The roster, which features eight male and… Continue Reading “Hudey, Fish headed to Beijing “

Sask. Speedskaters

Written by: Matt Johnson for Sask SportPhoto credit: Dave Holland/Canadian Sport Institute Calgary It’s pretty amazing. My first Olympic Games, the excitement was like none other, because it’s what I dreamed of ever since I was a little girl. White City’s Marsha Hudey reflects… Continue Reading “Sask. Speedskaters”