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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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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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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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February 6, 2024

Fish represents Canada at Speed Skating World Cup 

Graeme Fish, who hails from Moose Jaw, helped represent Canada at the ISU World Cup Speed Skating from February 2-4 in Quebec City. 

In the 5,000-metre men division A race, Fish finished 16th with a 6:43.41 time and 25 points. He did not compete again during his time in Quebec. 

The final World Cup of the 2023-24 season had 248 athletes represent 28 countries. 

Wiens, Crozon named top athletes at Saskatchewan Sport Awards 

Pike Lake diver, Rylan Wiens and Humbolt’s 3×3 basketball star Paige Crozon were named top athletes at the Saskatchewan Sport Awards on February 1, in Regina. 

For the second time in three years, Wiens was named the Male Athlete of the Year a, while Crozon was named the Female Athlete of the Year.  

Receiving Youth Athlete of the Year awards were Regina’s Keegan Rice (tennis) and Lila Stewart (diving), who earned male and female, respectively. 

And Saskatoon swimming coach Ryan Jones was named Coach of the Year. 

At the event, six recipients were named in Excellence Awards categories, while 12 dedicated individuals were honoured in either the Volunteer Dedication, Coach Dedication or Inspire Through Sport categories.  

Read more about the recipients at 

Five Saskatchewan athletes at World Aquatics Championships 

Saskatoon’s Sydney Carroll and Blake Tierney, Regina’s Kenzie Priddell and Blaire McDowell, as well as Pike Lake’s Rylan Wiens are among the Saskatchewan athletes representing Canada at the World Aquatics Championships from February 2-18, in Doha, Qatar. 

As a part of the artistic swimming team, Carroll and Priddell joined Canada for a  fifth-place finish in the team technical preliminaries, with 259.4950 points and advanced to the finals where they placed sixth with 253.3550 points. Next up, they’ll compete on Feb. 8 in the mixed team free routine. 

The Canadian women’s water polo team, featuring McDowell, is 2-0 in their Group D round robin after defeating South Africa 24-2 and Great Britain 20-5. They’ll wrap up preliminary action on Feb. 8 against Italy. 

Still to hit the water is Wiens, who is set to compete in the men’s 10-metre platform event on Feb. 9. He’ll be joined by his coach, Saskatoon’s Mary Carroll. 

And rounding out Saskatchewan’s five athletes is Tierney, who will compete in multiple swimming events between Feb. 11-17.