Logan Campbell 29 Saskatoon Sailing
Nominated by Saskatchewan Sailing Clubs Association

* CSCS Registered Athlete

 

  • Won a bronze medal at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games, competing against athletes from 18 countries.
  • Won the gold at the Miami World Cup, which featured representatives from 15 countries.
  • Placed seventh against athletes from 20 countries at the 2016 World Championships in the Netherlands.


William Dutton 26 Humboldt Speed Skating
Nominated by Saskatchewan Amateur Speed Skating Association

* CSCC Registered Athlete

 

  • Won the silver in the 500m out of 36 competitors at an International Skating Union (ISU) World Cup in Calgary, which featured 21 countries. His time of 00:34.25 broke the provincial record and was the sixth fastest time ever skated.
  • Won a gold medal in Men's Team Sprint and silver in the 500m at an International Skating Union (ISU) World Cup in Salt Lake City. There were 20 competitors from 10 countries at this event.
  • At the World Single Distance Championships in Russia, placed seventh out of 24 people from a dozen countries in the 500m.
  • At the ISU World Cup in the Netherlands was the second fastest Canadian at the competition finishing 10th in the 500m out of 12 athletes from six countries.


Gavin Schmitt 30 Saskatoon Volleyball
Nominated by Saskatchewan Volleyball Association

* CSCS Registered Athlete

 

  • Competed at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games as Captain of Team Canada's Men's Volleyball team and had a fifth place finish out of 12 teams.
  • Led Canada in scoring with 73 points in six matches, which included upset victories over the eventual gold medalists U.S.A. and bronze medalists Italy.
  • Guided Canada to the gold at the 2016 World League, in Division 2, which saw 12 countries compete in various host cities. Canada went 8-1 and moved up to Division 1 for the first time, to compete against the other top 10 countries in the world.

Noah Choboter 20 Regina Swimming
Nominated by Swim Saskatchewan Inc.
  • As a member of the University of Regina Cougars, won gold medals in both the 100m and 200m backstroke open at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport Championships in Quebec City. There were 28 varsity teams from across the country.
  • Won silver medals in 100m and 200m backstroke open at the 2016 Canadian Swimming Championships in Edmonton, and finished fourth in the 100m Fly Open. The event featured 500 swimmers.
  • Won gold in the 17-and-over 100m backstroke and silver in the 17-and-over 50m Backstroke at the 2016 Speedo Eastern Canadian Open in Quebec City. There were approximately 850 swimmers from 126 clubs at the event. Broke provincial records in the 50m Backstroke and 100m (twice) and set records in the 4X100m freestyle and 4X100m medley.
  • Placed seventh in the Men's open 100m backstroke and ninth in the Men's open 200m backstroke at the Canadian Olympic Trials in Toronto, which included 665 swimmers from across Canada and 15 other countries.
Jarret Kenke 22 Saskatoon Canoe Kayak
Nominated by Canoe Kayak Saskatchewan

* CSCS Registered Athlete

  • Placed third in the K-1 1000m at the Piestany International Regatta in Slovakia, which featured 40 competitors from nine countries.
  • At the National Team Trials I, took silver in the K-1 1000m and bronze in the K-1 500m. Earned the gold place against 39 athletes in the K-1 1000m and silver against 22 athletes in the K-1 500m at the National Team Trial II. Seven provinces were represented at both events.
  • At the Under-23 World Championships, finished sixth out of 16 athletes in the K-4 1000m and fifteenth out of 33.
  • Won bronze at the Canadian National Championships in Halifax, out of 25 participants in the K-1000m.
Kurt Oatway 34 Regina Skiing
Nominated by Saskatchewan Ski Association

* CSCC Registered Athlete

  • Won a gold medal in giant slalom in Competition #1 at the World Para Alpine (formerly International Paralympic Committee) World Cup skiing circuit.
  • Won gold in Competition #2 in both downhill events.
  • Won gold in Competition #3 in one downhill event and silver in the other. After this competition, he received the Crystal Globe Award, which is given to the Downhill Champion and represents the top honour in Para Alpine Skiing.
Noah Picton 21 Regina Football
Nominated by University of Regina Athletics
  • The University of Regina Rams quarterback received the Hec Crighton Trophy as the top player in Canadian University Football. He was also named a First-Team All-Canadian and was the Offensive Player of the Week three times.
  • Was the national leader in touchdown passes (25), set a Canada West Conference record with 224 completions while leading the conference with a 69.3 per cent completion rate and set a University of Regina single-season record with 3,186 passing yards.
  • Guided the Rams to a first-place conference record of 6-2, which marks the first time the Rams have accomplished this result.
David Samayoa 24 Regina Weightlifting
Nominated by Saskatchewan Weightlifting Association

* CSCS Registered Athlete

  • Won a bronze medal in Snatch at the Pan American Championships in Toronto and finished fourth in Clean and Jerk, and Total. There were 25 countries at the event with 16 competitors in his events.
  • Became the first Saskatchewan weightlifter to medal at an International competition and to achieve a National Athlete Assistance Program card.
  • At the World University Championships in Turkey, won a bronze medal in Snatch against eight competitors.
Janz Stein 35 Regina Athletics
Nominated by Saskatchewan Athletics
  • Won a silver medal in Long Jump and set a new personal best in the 100m at the Desert Challenge in Phoenix, which featured competitors from five countries.
  • At the Canadian Track & Field Championships in Edmonton, won a gold medal in Long Jump and set a pending Canadian record (6.10m). The event featured competitors from three provinces.
  • Emerged from the Knights of Columbus Indoor Games in Saskatoon ranked #1 in the 60m by the Canadian Indoor Rankings. There were five countries at the event.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              

 
 

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