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Sask Athletics is the Prov Sport Governing Body for track & field, cross country, road racing and a branch of Athletics Canada.

Saskatchewan Athletics promotes the sport of Track and Field, Cross Country Running, Road Racing and Race Walk
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A portion of our site dedicated to information, education and support of our coaches in Saskatchewan.
A very special thank you to all of our sponsors, your support and contributions to Saskatchewan Athletics is invaluable and there is a lot that we could not do without you

Sask Wheelchair Sports is hosting "Have-A-Go" for wheelchair athletes.
Saturday April 27 - 4:30pm - 8:00pm
Regina Field House
For more information contact Jen at Wheelchair Sports

An evening with Julie Labach and Courtney Hufsmith.
Two of Canada’s top middle distance runners, 7 provincial records between the two of them.
Find out how they got into the sport, how they got to where they are now, and where they are hoping to go in the future.
Question and Answer to follow.
Where: Brainsport (616 10th St E. Saskatoon)
When: Thursday April 25th, 7pm
Who: Everyone Sign up at: https://raceroster.com/events/2019/23115/track-talk-with-julie-and-courtney
Only 30 spots available

U12, U14 and U16 Provincial Championships
Western Canada Summer Games Trials
All questions and inquiries are to be directed to the Meet Director Ron Poetker
Entry Information and Tentative Schedule

July 2-6, 2019
Canada Games Track & Field Facility, Regina
Registration Form

5km Walk or Run
A Gordie Howe Sports Complex Fundraiser
Donut Dash

Saturday, May 11
Canada Games Track & Field Facility
Meet Information 
HyTek File

From Tim Berrett
Chair, Athletics Canada Rules Committee
Effective immediately:
COMPETITION RULE CHANGES
Included in a list of rule changes, the IAAF Council has reinstated the '60-second rule' for athlete attempts in field events
The following Competition Rules have been amended with immediate effect:
R113 - To better provide for athletes' health and safety in longer running and walking races
R149.3 - To clarify that performances may be valid in race walk even with penalty zone
R170 - To provide flexibility in developing further new relay concepts
R180.6 - To change the competing order before the last trials in the horizontal field events
R180.17 - To go back to the 1 minute time for trials in all field events
R200.1-5 - To clarify that the two consecutive days of combined events can mean two consecutive 24 hour periods
R230.7 - Pit lane to be penalty zone
R250.6 - To remove the mandated use of departure boxes and leave it as an option

May 3 - 5, 2019
Saskatoon Field House
Course Information
Registration Form

To support our Young Track & Field Athletes
Officials Clinics located in Saskatoon
April 5 Clinic 
or
Officials Clinics located in Regina
contact Grant Van Eaton

 

Coaching Education Events hosted by Coaches Association of Saskatchewan (linking to http://www.saskcoach.ca/NCCP_CoachTraining.php?platform=hootsuite)

The Coaches Association of Saskatchewan is hosting a number of workshops this fall. The most common workshops required from Athletics coaches are Leading Drug Free Sport and Managing Conflict (under Competition Development) and Making Ethical Decision (under Competition Introduction). Clubs and coaches who have questions on what is required should contact Jason Reindl at jason.reindl@usask.ca and he will be able to help confirm pathway requirements towards certification.

2019 Membership Forms for athletes, coaches and officials are now available on the 'Forms' page of the website
ALL MEMBERSHIPS EXPIRE DECEMBER 31, 2018

Coach Initiation in Sport is an online NCCP module developed to introduce new or experienced coaches to the foundational skills in coaching.  The Coach initiation in Sport module will also introduce coaches to the NCCP, a valuable tool for preparing for a coach's first in-person NCCP workshop.
For more information click here:

Saskatchewan Athletics promotes the sport of athletics* by facilitating the development and maintenance of effective programs which assists athletes, coaches, officials, and volunteers in a fair and positive environment.

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2020 College Drive
2020 College Drive
Saskatoon,Canada
Saskatoon, Canada
S7N 2W4
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306.664.6761

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Monday - Friday
Monday - Friday
09:00 - 17:00 (GMT -6)
09:00 - 17:00 (GMT -6)