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Saskatchewan Sport Awards Finalists Announced

January 11, 2023

Saskatchewan Sport Awards Finalists Announced

A number of Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan registered athletes and two high performance coaches have been named Excellence Award finalists, while two more athletes have been announced as recipients of Recognition Awards ahead of the 2022 Saskatchewan Sport Awards gala on Jan. 26 in Saskatoon.

Among the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan athletes recognized include:

  • Female Athlete of the Year finalists
    • Emily Clark
    • Margo Erlam
    • Brittany Hudak
  • Male Athlete of the Year finalists
    • Mark McMorris
    • Ben Coakwell
    • Rylan Wiens
  • Youth Female Athlete of the Year finalists
    • Teah Chavez
    • Presley Deck
    • Shelaine Pritchard
  • Youth Male Athlete of the Year finalists
    • Lucas Musschoot
    • Keegan Rice
    • Kash Tarasoff
  • Coach of the Year finalists
    • Mary Carroll,
    • Jason Reindl
  • Inspire Through Sport recipients
    • Nikita Ens,
    • Nolan Barnes

The annual program celebrates the success and dedication of those in the province’s amateur sport community through two categories – Excellence Awards and Recognition Awards. The Excellence Awards celebrate outstanding event performances or a series of performances by a Saskatchewan athlete, coach or team within a given calendar year. The Recognition Awards category include the Volunteer and Coach Dedication Awards which honour individuals who have devoted their time and effort to the growth of sport in Saskatchewan. The category also includes the Inspire Through Sport Award, which recognizes an athlete, coach, official, administrator or team who demonstrated courage, determination and/or perseverance and whose unwavering spirit serves to inspire others across the amateur sport community and beyond. Finalists and recipients were nominated by Provincial Sport Organizations and will be selected by Sask Sport’s Future Best & Awards Committee.

The Saskatchewan Sport Awards are set for the Jan. 26 at Saskatoon’s TCU Place. Event details and ticket information can be found on the Sask Sport website.