Athletics Canada’s Hall of Fame will welcome five inductees in 2016 as Tim Berrett, Tyler Christopher, Perdita Felicien, John Stanton and Gary Reed have received the nod from the Hall of Fame Selection Committee. The induction ceremony will take place in Edmonton, Alta., on July 6 ahead of the start of the Canadian Track and Field Championships and Selection Trials for the Olympic and Paralympic Games - See more at: http://athletics.ca/athletics-canada-hall-fame-welcome-berrett-christopher-felicien-stanton-reed/#sthash.SlycP6sC.dpuf
Team Trials for North American Indigenous Games 2017 will take place at the following;
Athletics Trials for Track & Field
September 24 & 25, 2016
Carlton High School Track, Prince Albert
Athletics Trials for Cross-Country
October 1, 2016
Muskoday First Nation
Attached is an opportunity for any female athletes from 16 – 35 years to get involved in a research study that investigates the physical, psychological and social benefits for women when they participate in sport.
All Districts will use the following criteria in order to get the
best athlete performance from the following meets:
1 - High School district results / City Championships results
2 – Provincial High School results
3 – Meets Sanctioned by Sask Athletics prior to the
District deadline for events not offered at the above meets.
DEADLINE 30 JUNE 2016
REMINDER TO ALL COACHES
Saskatchewan Athletics requires that all coaches participating in athletics have to complete
the online Respect in Sport (RiS) certification (or equivalency), as required by Sask Sport Inc.
beginning December 1st, 2013.
Coaches/instructors will have until 60 days after registering with Sask Athletics or taking a
coaching/instructor course to complete the RiS certification training or training equivalency.