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Photo Credit: Basketball Canada / Michael P. Hall Saskatchewan finishes fourth at Football Canada Cup Regina played host to the...

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Stewart, Tarasoff top of Junior Elite National Championships podium The 2024 Speedo Junior Elite National Championships concluded after taking place...

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Dave Adolph honoured at the 2024 U SPORTS Awards Saskatoon’s Dave Adolph was announced as the recipient of the Jean-Marie...

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Garchinski, McGregor selected to 2025 Canada Games Women in Coaching Apprenticeship Program  Prince Albert’s Madison Garchinski (softball) and Saskatoon’s Taylor...

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Canada mixed finish at 2024 PanAm Aquatics U19 Championship   Six of Regina’s water polo athletes concluded their time with the...

Pride Parades – Regina & Saskatoon

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Three Saskatchewan swimmers qualify for Olympics and Paralympics The Canadian Swimming Trials in Toronto have led to three Saskatchewan swimmers...

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Canada wins second match of 2024 Pacific Four Rugby Series Regina product, Gabrielle Senft joined Team Canada for their 33-14...

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Two Saskatchewan hockey players named to U-18 Team Canada   Saskatoon’s Roger McQueen and Whitewood’s Reese Hamilton have been named to...

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Julie Kozun, a Paralympian in sitting volleyball, knows just how important volunteers are to the sport community as a whole....

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Photo: Matt Johnson Clark helps Canada claim gold Long-time member of Team Canada, Emily Clark, helped Team Canada capture its...

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Goncin, Ostepchuk named to Canada Wheelchair Basketball roster Regina duo, Garrett Ostepchuk and Nik Goncin, were announced to the senior...

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Parent, Ramsay finished fourth at Pan American Championships Saskatoon racquetball duo, Juliette Parent and Danielle Ramsay finished their time at...


CSCS celebrates International Women’s Day

March 8, 2023

In celebration of International Women’s Day, the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan is celebrating all women in sport, including the province’s 35 Olympic and Paralympic medalists.

From Ethel Catherwood winning gold in 1928 to Emily Clark, Lisa DeJong and Brittany Hudak bringing home hardware in 2022, this list of women spans several decades across several sports.

Among the multi-winning medalists are Clark, Hudak, Hayley Wickenheiser, Colleen Sostorics, Colette Bourgonje, Amy Alsop, Lisa Franks, Catriona Le May Doan and Heather Kuttai.

Women from Saskatchewan who have won an Olympic or Paralympic medal

  • Emily Clark, 2022 gold in hockey, silver in 2018
  • Lisa DeJong, 2022 silver in Para snowboard
  • Brittany Hudak, 2022 bronze (x2) in Para Nordic, bronze in 2018
  • Jenny Gilbert, 2020 bronze in softball
  • Keely Shaw, 2020 bronze in Para cycling
  • Brigette Lacquette, 2018 silver in hockey
  • Marie Wright, 2018 bronze in wheelchair curling
  • Brianne Theisen-Eaton, 2016 bronze in heptathlon
  • Hayley Wickenheiser, 2014 gold in hockey, gold in 2010, gold in 2006, gold in 2002, silver in 1998
  • Kaylyn Kyle, 2012 bronze in soccer
  • Kelly Parker, 2012 bronze in soccer
  • Rachelle Viinberg, 2012 silver in rowing
  • Cori Bartel, 2010 silver in curling
  • Colleen Sostorics, 2010 gold in hockey, gold in 2006, gold in 2002
  • Colette Bourgonje, 2010 silver, bronze in Para Nordic, bronze (x2) in 2006, silver (x2) in 1998, bronze (x2) in 1996, bronze (x2) in 1992
  • Ilana Duff, 2008 bronze in Para athletics
  • Shannon Kleibrink, 2006 bronze in curling
  • Amy Nixon, 2006 bronze in curling
  • Amy Alsop, 2004 gold in goalball, gold in 2000
  • Lisa Franks, 2004 gold (x2) in Para athletics, 4 gold and 1 silver in 2000
  • Dana Antal, 2002 gold in hockey
  • Kelly Bechard, 2002 gold in hockey
  • Catriona Le May Doan, 2002 gold in speed skating, gold and bronze in 1998
  • Jan Betker, 1998 gold in curling
  • Atina Ford, 1998 gold in curling
  • Marcia Gudereit, 1998 gold in curling
  • Joan McCusker, 1998 gold in curling
  • Sandra Schmirler, 1998 gold in curling
  • Fiona Smith-Bell, 1998 silver in hockey
  • Tosha Tsang, 1996 silver in rowing
  • Heather Kuttai, 1992 bronze in shooting Para sport, silver in 1988
  • Gina Smith, 1988 bronze in equestrian
  • Lynette Wildeman, 1988 bronze in Para athletics
  • Lynn Williams (Kanuka), 1984 bronze in athletics
  • Ethel Catherwood, 1928 gold in high jump