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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...

Saskatchewan Stories
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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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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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