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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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Pride Parades – Regina & Saskatoon

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Coaching Female Athletes

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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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Q & A with Julie Kozun

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Weekly Roundup – April 10-16

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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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Lunch & Learn – Black History Month

Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame are partnering to offer a presentation by Carol Lafayette-Boyd and Ted Jaleta on their history in sport, challenges Black Canadians face and continue to face, as well as opportunities for growth in the sport system.

The event will take place Thursday, February 29 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. (lunch will be provided) at the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame in Regina and will be livestreamed to the Sask Sport office in Saskatoon. The event is open to Provincial Sport Organizations, Sask Sport employees and Hall of Fame invitees. Registration is limited for the event to 40 people in Regina and 20 people in Saskatoon.

The speaking portion of the event will last for approximately 40 minutes and will then be followed by a Q&A period.

About the speakers

Carol Lafayette-Boyd

As a three-time Saskatchewan Sport Awards Masters Athlete of the Year, Regina Sports Hall of Fame and Canadian Masters Sports Hall of Fame inductee, Carol Lafayette-Boyd has had a very decorated track and field career. She’s captured multiple provincial and national records in her age category and has competed at the World Masters Athletics Championship. Outside of sport, Lafayette-Boyd is the Executive Director of the Saskatchewan African Canadian Heritage Museum.

Ted Jaleta

Growing up in Ethiopia, Tewdros “Ted” Jaleta reached prominence as the national high school 10,000-metre champion and was selected to the country’s national junior team. Before he was able to reach the Olympics, he was forced to flee due to civil war and eventually emigrated to Canada in 1982. Four years later, Jaleta once again began training and has since then earned multiple long distance running medals and accolades, including Saskatchewan Sport Awards Masters Athlete of the Year in 1997, the Queen’s Jubilee Medal in 2002 and an induction into the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame in 2005.