Tag: Lisa Borgerson

Day Sixteen Recap

Tokyo Summer Olympics wrap up While no Saskatchewan athletes competed on Day 16, the final day of the Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo, Canada added one more medal to its total as track cyclist Kelsey Mitchell claimed gold in the women’s sprint. The medal… Continue Reading “Day Sixteen Recap”

Day Seven Recap

Lisa Borgerson’s athlete finishes 42nd Competition wrapped up for Rockglen coach Lisa Borgerson at the Olympics as her athlete Lynda Kiejko —Canada’s lone shooting athlete—finished the women’s 25-metre air pistol qualifier round in 42nd place. Kiejko’s 283 points earned in Day 7’s Rapid round… Continue Reading “Day Seven Recap”

Day Six Recap

Canada gets in women’s basketball win column Canada’s senior women’s national basketball team – led by Saskatchewan-based head coach Lisa Thomaidis – improved to 1-1 at the Tokyo Olympic Games after cruising past the Republic of Korea 74-53 on Day 6 of competition. The… Continue Reading “Day Six Recap”

Day One Recap

Canadian softball team triumphs over Australia, improves to 2-1 Australia scored a single run in the top of the first inning, but it was the only time they made their way back successfully to home plate as Canada won Friday’s softball game 7-1. The… Continue Reading “Day One 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”