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Saskatchewan Sport Awards celebrate outstanding athletes and coaches

For the first time since 2019, supporters from Saskatchewan and across Canada gathered in person to celebrate the finalists and...

Weekly Roundup – Jan. 18-24

Hudak collects silver, bronze to begin Para Nordic World Championships Prince Albert’s Brittany Hudak won a silver medal in the...

Weekly Roundup – Jan. 11-17

Six Sask. athletes named to Softball Canada national team athlete pool Warman’s Justin Laskowski and Saskatoon’s Zach Pierce along with...

Saskatchewan Sport Awards Finalists Announced

Saskatchewan Sport Awards Finalists Announced A number of Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan registered athletes and two high performance coaches have...

Weekly Roundup – Jan. 4-10

Pletz at the IBU World Cup races Regina biathlete Logan Pletz competed the International Biathlon Union World Cup race on...

Weekly Roundup – Dec. 14-20

Hudak at the Para-Nordic World Cup At the Para-Nordic World Cup season opener in Vuokatti, Finland on the weekend, Prince...

Weekly Roundup – Dec. 7-13

Todd at the WSF Women's World Team Squash Championships Regina’s Nikole Todd is in action this week in Cairo, Egypt...

High Performance Development Grant provides Saskatchewan coaches a world of opportunities

A coach’s journey is never over. They are always looking for new ways of learning and experiences where they can...

Weekly Roundup – Nov. 30 – Dec. 6

Grundahl, Pletz at International Biathlon races Regina biathletes Janice Grundahl and Logan Pletz were in action over the weekend at...

Weekly Roundup – Nov. 23-29

Grundahl, Pletz qualify for IBU races Regina biathletes Janice Grundahl and Logan Pletz have qualified for the International Biathlon Union...

Weekly Roundup – Nov. 16-22

Chartrand wins silver with Canada’s Women’s National Softball Team Weyburn’s Jorde Chartrand and Canada’s Women’s National Softball Team finished in...

Weekly Roundup – Nov. 9-15

Chartrand competing for Canada’s Women’s National Softball Team Weyburn’s Jorde Chartrand and Canada’s Women’s National Softball Team are in Guatemala...

Weekly Roundup – Nov. 2-8

Denelle Pedrick helps Canada win historic medal at Artistic Gymnastics World Championships Wilcox’s Denelle Pedrick and Canada won its first...

Weekly Roundup – Oct. 26 – Nov. 1

Rousell brings home hardware from IWAS Wheelchair Fencing Americas Championships Saskatoon’s Ryan Rousell captured two gold medals at the 2022...

Weekly Roundup – Oct. 19-25

Senft, Canada set for quarterfinal match at the Women’s Rugby World Cup Regina’s Gabrielle Senft and Team Canada’s Senior Women’s...

Weekly Roundup – Oct. 12-18

Shaw among athletes to represent Canada at Para Track World Championships Midale’s Keely Shaw has yet again been selected to...

Weekly Roundup – Oct. 5-11

Musschoot, Opseth bring home bronze at U21 Pan American Cup Grenfell’s Lucas Musschoot and Birch Hills’ Noah Opseth along with...

Weekly Roundup – Sept. 28 – Oct. 4

Wright, Dash named to Canada’s National Wheelchair Curling Program Moose Jaw’s Marie Wright and Regina’s Gil Dash are among the...

Weekly Roundup – Sept. 21-27

Musschoot, Opseth named to Volleyball Canada U21 roster Grenfell’s Lucas Musschoot and Birch Hills’ Noah Opseth have been named to...

Weekly Roundup – Sept. 14-20

Crozon, Canada win FIBA 3x3 Women’s Series Championship Humboldt’s Paige Crozon helped Canada capture the FIBA 3x3 Women’s Series 2022...


Weekly Roundup – Jan. 18-24

January 24, 2023

Hudak collects silver, bronze to begin Para Nordic World Championships

Prince Albert’s Brittany Hudak won a silver medal in the women’s standing biathlon competition to open the 2023 Para Nordic World Championships in Ostersund, Sweden on Saturday. Hudak had a perfect day on the shooting range and clocked in with a time of 23:14.2, finishing less than 30 seconds behind Canadian teammate Natalie Wilkie, who won gold.

Hudak then followed that up with a bronze medal finish on Sunday in the women’s individual start classic-ski race, finishing with a time of 59:39.0.

The medals were the first of Hudak’s career at the world championships after a number of fourth place finishes in her career. The event goes until Jan. 29.

More at Nordiq Canada

Oatway representing Canada at world ski championships

Calgary’s Kurt Oatway, from the Regina Alpine Race Team, is representing Canada at the FIS Para Alpine World Ski Championships, which are taking place Jan. 21-29 in Espot, Spain.

In his first race of the event, the men’s sitting Super-G, Oatway finished in fifth place with a time of 58.64, just 1.66 seconds back of first place.

This is the fifth world championship appearance for Oatway, who won two silver medals at the event in Slovakia in 2019. The 2018 Paralympic gold medalist is returning from an injury at last year’s world championship.

More at Alpine Canada

Four Sask. athletes, one coach named to U23 Softball Canada roster

Four athletes from Saskatchewan and one coach have been named to Softball Canada’s U23 national team ahead of the 2023 World Baseball Softball Confederation U23 Men’s Softball World Cup in Parana, Argentina from Apr. 15-23.

Among the athletes named to the roster ealier this month are Delisle’s James Shirley and Brant Wiebe, along with Saskatoon’s Jordan Hudson. They will be joined by Prince Albert’s Matthew Kutnikoff, who was added to the athlete pool this week. The coaching staff features Melfort’s Dean Holoien.

More at Softball Canada

Spicer Moran named to national compound archery team

Prince Albert’s Tristan Spicer Moran has been selected as one of 13 athletes on Archery Canada’s 2023 National Compound Squad.

The big events on the calendar this year include the World Archery Championships this summer in Berlin and the Pan Am Games, which take place from Oct. 20 – Nov. 5 in Santiago, Chile.

More at Archery Canada

Neufeldt races at the IBSF World Cup

Saskatoon’s Evan Neufeldt finished in 23rd place in the men’s skeleton event at the International Bobsleigh and Skeleton Federation’s World Cup stop in Altenberg, Germany on Jan. 20.

In his first run, Neufeldt put up a time of 59.13, however he did not qualify for the final run of the day.

More at Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton