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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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Photo Credit: Athletics Canada Numerous Saskatchewan athletes at Bell Track and Field Trials The Bell Track and Field Trials featured...

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Mother and Olympic coach, Mary can do it all

High-performance coach, Mary Carroll will be taking on numerous roles while in Paris for the 2024 Olympic Games, later this...

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Team Canada photo credit: Volleyball World Findlay named to Canada Selects rugby team Regina’s Mostyn Findlay was named to Canada...

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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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Norsten named Rookie of the Year in rugby   Carissa Norsten, who hails from Waldheim, was named the 2024 HSBC SVNS...

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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

CSCS will be joining Sask Sport in the Regina and Saskatoon Pride Parades this year, and CSCS athletes are invited...

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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...

Coaching Female Athletes

Coaching female athletes involves understanding unique physiological, psychological, and social dynamics. Tailoring training to accommodate differences in strength, agility, and...

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Canadian 3x3 basketball team with Crozon miss out on Olympic qualifier Canada’s 3x3 Team with Humbolt’s Paige Crozon were just...

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Crozon to represent Canada in 3x3 Olympic Qualifier Humbolt’s Paige Crozon will look to help qualify Team Canada for the...

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Weekly Roundup – April 17 – 23 

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

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

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Weekly Roundup – April 10-16

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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Weekly Roundup April 3-9

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...

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December 20, 2022

Hudak at the Para-Nordic World Cup

At the Para-Nordic World Cup season opener in Vuokatti, Finland on the weekend, Prince Albert’s Brittany Hudak put together an impressive performance, bringing home four medals.

In biathlon, Hudak won silver medals in the women’s 12.5-kilometre standing individual start race, finishing behind Canadian teammate Natalie Wilkie. Hudak followed that up with another silver medal in the women’s 10-km standing individual start event. She also won a bronze medal in the women’s 7.5-km sprint standing event, finishing just 0.5 seconds behind second place.

In cross country, Hudak collected yet another medal, winning bronze in the women’s 10-km standing individual start classic while narrowly missing the podium in the women’s 5-km standing individual start, finishing fourth.

More at Nordic Canada

Lisa DeJong wins at Para Snowboard World Cup

Lisa DeJong brought home a gold and a silver medal from the FIS Para Snowboard World Cup in Big White.

On the opening day, DeJong finished in second place in the lower-limb category banked slalom competition and then elevated her performance on the second day, finishing with a time of 1:47.34 to finish atop the podium.

More at Canada Snowboard

Todd at the WSF Women’s World Team Squash Championships

Regina’s Nikole Todd recently represented Canada at the World Squash Federation Women’s World Team Championships in Cairo, Egypt.

The Canadian team, made up of Todd, Hollie Naughton, Nicole Bunyan and Samantha Cornett, finished 7th place after losing to the United States in the quarterfinals. Todd had several impressive performances in the pool play, but then lost to American Sabrina Sobhy in her playoff matchup.

More at WFS Women’s World Squash Team Championships

Sask. para-swimmers excel at international meet

Saskatoon’s Shelby Newkirk and Meadow Lake’s Nikita Ens had successful weekends in the pool at the Ken Demchuk International Invitational meet, formerly known as the Can Am Para-swimming Championships in Vancouver.

Newkirk won the SB5 100-metre breaststroke with a time of 2:10.42 and followed that up with a win in the S6 100-m freestyle with a time of 1:27.61. She also finished first in the S6 50-m freestyle and the S6 100-m backstroke. Newkirk also topped her own previous record in the S6 200-m breaststroke.

Meanwhile, Ens won the women’s S3 50-m backstroke, the 150-m individual medley and the 100-m freestyle. She also placed first in the S3 200-m freestyle, the S3 50-m freestyle and the SB2 50-m breaststroke, where she broke the record during the preliminaries and again in the final.

Other Saskatchewan-based swimmers also had solid weekends with Saskatoon’s Hannah Ouellette winning the S5 50-m butterfly, Prince Albert’s Ali Diehl winning the S9 200-m individual medley and the S9 50-m freestyle and Regina’s Leo Zheng placing first in the S7 100-m backstroke.

More at Swimming Canada

Grundahl, Pletz at International Biathlon Union races

Saskatchewan biathletes Janice Grundahl and Logan Pletz competed at International Biathlon Union races in Italy this past week.

In the women’s 12-kilometre mass start 60, Grundahl finished 30th place out of 60 competitors with a time of 38:17.1. In the women’s 10-km pursuit competition, she finished 33rd, with a time of 34:53.7. And in the 7.5-km sprint competition, Grundahl put up a time of 23:25.5 to finish 31st.

In the men’s 10-km sprint competition, Pletz finished in 14th place, with a time of 25:06.1. He followed that up with a 20th place finish and a time of 35:28.1 in the men’s 12.5-km pursuit competition and a 29th place finish in the men’s 12-km mass start 60 with a time of 40:41.1.

More at Biathlon Canada

Top 10 for Graeme Fish at the ISU World Cup

Moose Jaw’s Graeme fish skated to a time of 13:08.39 to finished eighth place in the men’s 10,000-metre event at the ISU World Cup Speed Skating competition in Calgary.

Italy’s Davide Ghiotto finished in first place with a time of 12:45.10.

More at Speed Skating Canada

Clark competes for Canada in the Rivalry Series

Saskatoon’s Emily Clark and Team Canada picked up their first win against the United States in this year’s edition of the Rivalry Series.

Canada defeated the USA 3-2 on Dec. 13 in Henderson, Nevada to pick up the victory, which was their first in four games. Then on Monday, Canada won its second straight game with a 3-2 overtime decision to wrap up the series. Clark assisted on the first goal of the game for Canada, scored by Laura Stacey.

More at Hockey Canada