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WEEKLY ROUNDUP JUNE 2-8

Priddell named alternate  Regina’s Kenzie Priddell was named an alternate for the artistic swimming team nominated to represent Canada at the Tokyo Games.   The eight...

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CELEBRATE PRIDE MONTH IN JUNE

June is known across the world as Pride Month. Parades, festivals and events celebrating the LGBTQ2SI+ community happen across the...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP MAY 26 – JUNE 1

Canada picks up first win at WBSC Baseball Americas Qualifier  Canada got off to a strong start at the WBSC...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP MAY 19-25

Baseball Canada announces roster for qualifier Saskatchewan pitchers Andrew Albers and Dustin Molleken are among 25 athletes named to Baseball Canada’s roster...

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SASKATCHEWAN SPORTS HALL OF FAME 2021 INDUCTEES INCLUDES SIX WITH OLYMPIC/PARALYMPIC TIES

On Thursday, May 20, five athletes, one builder and two teams were inducted into the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame....

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP MAY 12-18

Thibeault punches ticket to Tokyo Boxer Tammara Thibeault, who calls Regina her hometown, has been named to the Canadian boxing...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP MAY 5-11

Para swimmer Nikita Ens nominated for Paralympic team Nikita Ens is among seven athletes announced Tuesday by Swimming Canada as...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP April 28-MAY 4

Rylan Wiens captures bronze and a spot at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics for Canada In a terrific performance at the...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP APRIL 21-27

Hudak and Ehman get nod for national Para Nordic teams Prince Albert’s Brittany Hudak and Saskatoon’s Jesse Ehman have named...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP APRIL 7-13

Clark, Lacquette and Shirley invited to national women’s hockey selection camp Saskatoon forwards Emily Clark and Sophie Shirley, as well...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP MARCH 31-APRIL 6

Aikens and Canadian rugby sevens team sweep Emirates Invitational With no competition in nearly a year, there may have been...

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“IT’S HARD TO DREAM SOMETHING IF YOU CAN’T SEE IT”: NEW INITIATIVE BENEFITING LOCAL FEMALE COACHES

Written by Matt Johnson for Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan Through spending most of her life growing up in sports, Emily...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP MARCH 17-MARCH 23

McMorris makes Canadian history in big air With a two-run total of 179.25 points, Regina’s Mark McMorris captured gold and...

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CLARK, LACQUETTE NAMED TO HOCKEY CANADA TRAINING CAMP ROSTER

With files Hockey Canada Emily Clark and Brigette Lacquette are among 35 players invited by Hockey Canada to attend the...

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SASK DIVING COACH AND ATHLETE HONOURED IN NATIONAL AWARDS

With files, photos and video from Diving Plongeon Canada Two Saskatchewan diving connections were honoured with Diving Plongeon Canada Awards...

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BIATHLETE PLETZ NAMED TO JUNIOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM

With files from Biathlon Canada and Biathlon SaskatchewanPhoto courtesy of Sask Games Council Regina’s Logan Pletz is one of 16...

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PANDEMIC PROVINDING UNIQUE OPPORTUNITIES FOR DZAKA

Ghana-born and Saskatoon-raised coach Mavis Dzaka first joined the Huskies Athletics track and field program as an athlete in 1999...

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FEBRUARY IS BLACK HISTORY MONTH

February is Black History Month and Canada, as well as Saskatchewan, has a long history of Black athletes and coaches...

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CANADA TO PLAY IN GROUP A AT OLYMPICS AS WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM MEETS FOR VIRTUAL CAMP

The Canadian women’s basketball team, led by Saskatchewan-based head coach Lisa Thomaidis, will face off against South Korea, Serbia and...

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ERICA GAVEL TO SERVE AS VICE-CHAIR OF CANADIAN PARALYMPIC ATHLETES’ COUNCIL

Prince Albert wheelchair basketball player Erica Gavel is "humbled and honoured" after being selected to her new role as the...

Athlete FAQ

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    How do I know if I am eligible to be a registered Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan athlete?

    Athletes that compete in Olympic and Paralympic sports, or sports that meet Sport Canada AAP eligibility criteria, are eligible to receive services from the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan provided they are AAP carded and/or they are identified by the Provincial Sport Organization as part of a service agreement.

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    How do I register to be a Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan athlete?

    Athletes are invited to register after formal National Team, carding and/or results announcements are made by an National Sport Organization, Sport Canada and/or Provincial Sport Organization.

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    Do I only have to register one time?

    Each year an athlete must complete an intake (or retake) interview and provide up to date information for the database. Intake interviews can be arranged by the coach for a group session or delivered as a one-on-one session for identified athletes.

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    Is the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan only for athletes born in Saskatchewan?

    The CSCS is not only for athletes that are born in Saskatchewan. Athletes who are training and/or competing, in eligible sports, in the province, at the level required to be eligible for services, are able to become registered athletes.

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    I am an athlete from Saskatchewan but training elsewhere. How do I access services?

    If you are a CSCS registered athlete and you leave the province to train elsewhere, CSCS staff can help introduce you to the staff at the Institute or Centre where you are going to train. They will be able to explain the level of services and access you have within their program.

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    What sport medicine services does the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan provide?

    In partnership with the Sport Medicine and Science Council of Saskatchewan, registered athletes receive access to fully-certified sport science and medicine services including:

    • Physiotherapy
    • Massage Therapy
    • Athletic Therapy

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    What sport science services does the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan provide?

    In partnership with the Sport Medicine and Science Council of Saskatchewan, registered athletes receive access to fully-certified sport science and medicine services including:

    • Strength and Conditioning
    • Exercise Physiology
    • Nutrition
    • Mental Training (Sport Psychology)

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    Who do I contact for sport medicine and science services?

    Prior accessing or booking services, contact:

    Travis Laycock, Manager of Sport Science Services

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    Do I have to pay for sport medicine and science services?

    To access the Sport Medicine and Science Council Saskatchewan medical reimbursement program you must first exhaust all personal insurance allocations and submit receipts with our medical reimbursement form to Travis Laycok.

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    Who do I contact about additional athlete services?

    For information about accessing additional athlete services, contact

    Kia Schollar, Athlete Services

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    What are GymFit Partners and how do I access them?

    GymFit is a network of fitness facilities, health clubs and community centres facilities that offer complimentary access to registered Canadian Sport Centre Sasktchewan athletes. To gain access to any of the facilities, you need to show your Athlete ID card when you enter. Full list of GymFit Partners can be found here.

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    What is Game Plan and how do I access the program?

    Game Plan, powered by Deloitte, is Canada’s total athlete wellness program, striving to support national team athletes to live better and more holistic lives. More information about athlete eligibility requirements and services available through Game Plan, contact:

    Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan Game Plan

    Michelle Dezell

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    I would like to report a problem within my sport. Who do I contact?

    In Saskatchewan, contact the Respect Resource Line at 1-888-329-4009 or visit the Sask Sport website. Within Canada, contact the Canadian Sport HelpLine at 1-888-837-7678 or visit abuse-free-sport.ca

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    I am in need of financial assistance. Is there anything the Canadian Sport Centre can help me with?

    Sask Sport and the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan have worked together to provide financial assistance to athletes who have been AAP carded and those who are working hard to make their sport specific National Team Funding Applications.