Category: Saskatchewan

Speed skaters at nationals

Speed Skating Canada, Oct. 6, 2021 Regina’s Kali Christ and Marsha Hudey, as well as Moose Jaw’s Graeme Fish are among the speed skaters who will be competing at the Canadian Long Track Championships Oct. 13-17 in Calgary. Christ, a two-time Olympian, will be… Continue Reading “Speed skaters at nationals”

Curling Olympic Qualifiers

curling.ca, September 27, 2021 Regina’s Team Matt Dunstone went 5-1 at the Olympic Curling Trials Direct Entry Event in Ottawa to secure one of the men’s spots at the Canadian Olympic Curling Qualifier in November in Saskatoon. Dunstone, who’s rink includes Braeden Moskowy, Kirk… Continue Reading “Curling Olympic Qualifiers”

Curling Trials

Curling Canada, September 22, 2021 The competition has begun for curling teams to represent Canada at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. Nine men’s and women’s teams will descend on Saskatoon Nov.20-28 for the Canadian Curling Trials, with four women’s teams and five men’s teams… Continue Reading “Curling Trials”

Clark ready for world stage

September 20, 2021Photo credit: MATTHEW MURNAGHAN / HOCKEY CANADA IMAGES Saskatoon’s Emily Clark is fresh off helping Canada to an IIHF Women’s World Championship after a 3-2 victory over rivals the United States. The Canadian women’s team continues to train, prepare and get ready… Continue Reading “Clark ready for world stage”

Mixed Doubles Curling

Curling Canada, September 10, 2021 Saskatoon’s Nancy Martin and partner Tyrel Griffith (Kelowna, B.C.) have secured one of 16 spots in the 2022 Canad Inns Canadian Mixed Doubles Trials in Portage la Prairie, Man. The duo earned a spot after results from events as… Continue Reading “Mixed Doubles Curling”

Day Ten Recap

Newell advances to pole vault final Tying for first place in the qualification round with a jump of 4.55-metres, Anicka Newell, who calls Saskatoon her hometown, has advanced to the women’s pole vault finals. Newell is currently ranked 28th in the world and has… Continue Reading “Day Ten Recap”

Frotten headed to Tokyo

Canadian Paralympic Committee, July 30, 2021 Wheelchair racer Jessica Frotten will make her Paralympic debut when she heads to Tokyo for the Games at the end of August.  Frotten —who was born in Whitehorse, but lives and trains out of Regina— was one of 16 athletes named to Canada’s… Continue Reading “Frotten headed to Tokyo”

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 Paralympic debut at the Tokyo Summer Games and Meier will compete in… Continue Reading “Gaudet Tokyo bound”

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”