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CELEBRATING 2015 THE YEAR OF SPORT #YearofSport

2014 TEAM OF THE YEAR AWARD

Saskatchewan Women's Under-15 Provincial Basketball • Basketball Nominated by Basketball Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Women's Under-15 Provincial Basketball Team, the first ever gold medal winners for a Saskatchewan Female provincial basketball, were presented with their Saskatchewan Sport Award - 2014 Team of the Year award by Sask Sport Inc. Board of Director, Jerry Shoemaker at a special media event during their team reunion in Warman, SK. The award presentation took place in front of their coaches, family, friends and volunteers that help to make this team possible. >> Read More

Good Luck to the Saskatchewan athletes as they compete at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games

As part of the celebration of 2015 The Year of Sport the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame has enhanced their visitor experience with the installation of a multi-sport simulator. Accessible to our visitors as part of the regular admission price or free for members (please bring your membership card) who enjoy unlimited visits. The simulator lets you play like a pro as it brings the excitement of the sports arenas into the galleries with incredible precision, real equipment and amazingly lifelike game play. Sports available for play include hockey, football (quarterback or kicker), baseball (hitting & pitching), soccer, basketball, golf, rugby and cricket, among others. >> Read More

Throughout 2015, we encourage all Canadians to celebrate sport in their neighbourhoods, towns or to get involved as a volunteer or spectator in one of the 60+ international single-sport events and approximately 55 national single-sport championships being hosted in Canada.
Calendar of Events
Parasport in spotlight during Year of Sport in Canada 2015


Team Saskatchewan is in Brandi Cameron's DNA
As the saying goes, "Like mother, like daughter." When it comes to Brandi Cameron's decision to try out for Team Saskatchewan, however, it was more a case of "Like mother, like aunt, like daughter." Cameron, a 16-year-old from Beardy's and Okemasis First Nation, is a back catcher for the Team Saskatchewan softball team competing at the 2015 Western Canada Summer Games, Aug. 12-16 at Fort McMurray, Alta. Prior to that event, Cameron will be competing with the Saskatoon Remax Selects at the U18 Midget Nationals on Aug. 2-9 in Montreal. She is proud to follow in the footsteps of her other family members.
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Regina Rugby Union to host U19 Men and U20 Women Canadian Rugby Championships

Regina Rugby Union will host the 2015 U19 Men and U20 Women Canadian Rugby Championship together, July 14 to 19. This will be the first time the Women's championships are held alongside the Men's. "Regina's men and women's rugby clubs have been a staple in our community for decades," said Mayor Michael Fougere. "It is a real honour for our city to be the first city to host these national championships together, and we always appreciate a chance to show the rest of the country how much pride and spirit our athletes and our city possess." >> Read More


SASK SPORT INC. ANNOUNCES THE JUNE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH AWARD RECIPIENT
It was a record-breaking month for Richter. She broke a world record and two Canadian records at the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics Grand Prix, where she captured four gold medals and two silver medals. It was the first time a world record had been broken at the event since 1989. Richter broke two more world records at the Daniella Jutzeler Memorial and earned two gold medals. She also broke two world records at the Swiss Open Nationals.
>> Media Release


Todd Fuchs elected President of Sask Sport Inc.

Todd Fuchs was elected President of Sask Sport Inc.'s Board of Directors today at the sport federation's Annual General Meeting in Regina. Fuchs joined the board in 2013 after being nominated by Football Saskatchewan. Fuchs has served on the Fund Development, Lottery and Administration Centres and Provincial KidSport Committees. Prior to joining the board, Fuchs served as the President of the University of Regina Rams' Board of Directors in 2009 and 2010 after joining the board in 1996. Fuchs, who played junior football with the Rams from 1990-94, has also coached youth flag football. He is currently the Chief Financial Officer at the Brandt Group of Companies in Regina. >> Read More


Sask Sport Response to Truth and Reconciliation Recommendations
Audra Young, Chair of Sask Sport Inc.'s Aboriginal Sport Leadership Council issued the following statement on behalf of Sask Sport Board of Directors in response to the Calls to Action report issued by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) of Canada. >> Media Release


GROWING YOUNG MOVERS - Ready to Move

The Partners for Physical Literacy have developed a series of infographics for use by Families, Educators, Coaches and Community members. Please share these infographics far and wide and let's help our kids enjoy a lifetime of movement and good health!

Families         Educators          Coaches          Community Members

Physical Literacy THE POWER TO MOVE KIDS!
To Learn More - wwwgrowingyoungmovers.com


Respect Group
Empowering people to recognize and prevent abuse, bullying and harassment through interactive, online certification.
>> Respect Group Newsletter Q2 July 2015


Leadership SIRCuit
Canada has incredible business acumen and knowledge within our own sport system and the Leadership SIRCuit gives us the opportunity to highlight those people and organizations that excel and share those experiences with each other. This e-journal incorporates highly relevant articles as well as video tutorials, interviews and podcasts to enhance the learning experience.
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Physical Activity and Sport SUMMARY OF FINDINGS FOR CANADA AND SASKATCHEWAN
These documents describe participation rates in physical activity and sport for both adults and children and youth.
These updates contain information on national data, as well as data more specific to Saskatchewan.
Adult participation in physical activity and sport
Child participation in physical activity and sport

CAAWS WOMEN AND LEADERSHIP WORKSHOPS
Sask Sport Inc., in partnership with the Canadian Association of the Advancement of Women in Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS), is offering CAAWS Women and Leadership Workshops. Three 3-hour workshops are available, designed to be delivered to a female only audience. Target Audience: These workshops are available for those interested in hosting workshops for female-only audiences, addressing women working or volunteering in Canada's sport and physical activity sector (administrators, coaches, officials, board members, volunteers etc.). These workshops are appropriate for hosting at events such as AGM's, coach development clinics, sport conferences, volunteer development etc. Interested in scheduling a workshop, contact: Noreen Murphy, Sask Sport Inc. (306) 975-0898. >> Read More

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