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Weekly Roundup Jan. 12-18

Four Saskatchewan representatives on Olympic long track speed skating team White City’s Marsha Hudey and Moose Jaw’s Graeme Fish will...

Weekly Roundup Jan. 5-11

Emily Clark headed to Olympics for second time Saskatoon’s Emily Clark is one of 23 players announced to the Canadian...

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2021 Saskatchewan Sport Awards Virtual Celebration Gala

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Weekly Roundup Dec. 29-Jan.4

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Weekly Roundup Dec. 15-21

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Weekly Roundup Dec. 1-7

Hudak picks up double gold at World Cup Two-time Paralympian Brittany Hudak captured three medals, including two gold and one...

Weekly Roundup Nov. 17-23

Saskatchewan athletes named to bobsleigh and skeleton teams Moose Jaw’s Ben Coakwell, Saskatoon’s Evan Neufeldt and Kerrobert’s Kayden Johnson have...

Weekly Roundup Nov. 10-16

Clark picks up three assists as Canada sweeps Finland The Canadian women’s national team centralization roster was in Turku, Finland...

Weekly Roundup Nov. 3-9

Hudey and Fish on World Cup speed skating circuit Two-time Olympian Marsha Hudey of White City and Graeme Fish of...

Weekly Roundup Oct. 27-Nov.2

Canadian Para hockey team splits series against U.S. Under head coach Ken Babey of Saskatoon, the Canadian Para hockey team...

Weekly Roundup Oct. 20-26

Team Canada clothing unveiled for the Beijing Winter Games Canadian athletes will wear the red for opening ceremonies and white...

Weekly Roundup Oct.13-19

Saskatchewan speedskaters compete at nationals Between the three of them, Saskatchewan speedskaters Marsha Hudey, Kali Christ of Regina and Graeme...

Weekly Roundup Oct. 5-12

Hindmarsh invited to Baseball Canada Camp Saskatoon’s Carson Hindmarsh is one of 15 players named to participate in a Baseball...

Weekly Roundup Sept.29 – Oct.5

Three Saskatchewan speed skaters competing at championships Regina’s Kali Christ and Marsha Hudey, as well as Moose Jaw’s Graeme Fish...


Weekly Roundup Dec. 1-7

December 7, 2021

Hudak picks up double gold at World Cup

Two-time Paralympian Brittany Hudak captured three medals, including two gold and one silver while competing at the Para Nordic World Cup December 4-7 in Canmore, Alta.

On Saturday, the Prince Albert resident, who is a hopeful for the 2022 Paralympic Games, won her first gold medal at a World Cup in the women’s standing 7.5-kilometre event, tying fellow Canadian Natalie Wilkie for the No. 1 spot with a time of 14 minutes and 59.5 seconds.

“It was the best feeling getting the tie with Natalie,” said Hudak in a Nordiq Canada release. “There is really nobody I’d rather tie with. We spend a lot of time training together, and pushing each other to be better, so it was super great to see where our shape is at. Not having as many races last year, it was hard to know where we stand. I knew there was potential for a good result today, and it is nice to put together a good one.”

Hudak added to her gold-medal total on Tuesday, winning the women’s sprint event.

The win brought her overall World Cup medal tally to 12 after she also captured a silver medal in the 10-km standing event on Sunday, with a time of 28:53.1.

Coakwell sled finishes fifth at World Cup event

Moose Jaw’s Ben Coakwell, a two-time Olympian, continued his tour of the four-man bobsleigh World Cup circuit with a stop in Altenburg, Germany on Sunday.

The Justin Kripps’ sled for which Coakwell is a brakeman, finished the event in fifth place with a two-run total time of 1:48.90. The finish put the Canadian team .94 seconds behind the gold-medal winner, Germany’s Freidrich Francesco.

The Canadians will remain in Germany for the next leg of the circuit, but will move about 350 kilometres west to Winterberg.


Hudey continues speedskating World Cup circuit

After competitions in Poland and Norway, two-time Olympian Marsha Hudey of White City was back on North American soil competing at the third leg of the ISU World Cup circuit in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Starting Friday, Hudey skated to a second-place finish in the women’s 500-metre Division B event, with a time of 37.927 seconds.

She followed that up on Saturday by competing in the women’s 500-m Division A race, finishing with a time of 37.843 for 17th place.

Hudey and the rest of the Canadian team will return home for the final World Cup event of the year, Dec. 9-11 in Calgary.

Full results are available here.

Emily Clark makes Hockey Canada centralization cut

As the Olympics draw closer, the Canadian women’s national hockey team is trimming its roster to reach the squad that will represent the country in Beijing.

That roster continues to include Saskatoon’s Emily Clark as one of 15 forwards, following the release of three other players on Friday.

Canada will continue its pre-Olympic prep with a game against an all-star team for the Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association (PWHPA) on Dec. 9 and 11 in Calgary. Canada will then end the year off continuing their Rivalry Series against Team USA with a trio of games Dec. 15, 17 and 20.

More information is available at

Catriona marks 60 days out of Beijing 2022

Three-time Olympic medalist and Chef de Mission for the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics has marked the 60-day countdown to the Games, permanently.

The Saskatoon-born speedskater shared a photo on Twitter Tuesday showing off her Olympic rings tattoo with the following statement:

“I got my Olympic Rings tatoo today. I said I would get them if I was ever Chef de Mission. Today, 60 days out of Beijing 2022 was the day [heart emoji] @TeamCanada”