There will be a twilight meet in Saskatoon during the evening on May 31 and June 1. An open decathlon will be offered at this meet, along with some open events (TBD). More details will follow soon. When more details become available they will be posted on prathletics.com
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The Sask Trials Meet will be held in Saskatoon, June 10-12. This meet will serve as the selection trials for athletes trying to make the U16 provincial team, the U18 provincial team, and the Canada Summer Games provincial team. The meet is hosted by Riversdale Athletics Club and sanctioned by Saskatchewan Athletics.
See the attached document that outlines the entry and funding standards for the U16/U18 National Championships (Legion Nationals).
The Saskatchewan Seniors Fitness Association and Host Organizing Committee are pleased to announce that Prince Albert will host the 2022 SSFA 55+ Games June 14, 15, 16, 2022.
The entry and funding standards for the 2022 Senior and U20 national championships can be found in the attached document.
Athletics Canada recently announced their 2022 National Team Staffing List. Congratulations to all the current Saskatchewan coaches and former Saskatchewan athletes who were named.
Jason Reindl has been named the head coach for the World U20 Championship team. He has also been named as a team coach for the NACAC Championships.
Wade Huber has been named as a team coach for the NACAC Championships.
Carla Nicholls has been named as the Para head coach for the Commonwealth Games.
Former Saskatchewan athletes who have been named include Chris Belof, who will be the head coach at the World Half Marathon Championships, as well as being a team coach at the World Athletics Championships, Ingrid Ruys, who will be the team manager at the World U20 Championships, and Georgette Reed, who will be a team coach at the NACAC Championships.
The full 2022 National Team Staffing List can be viewed here.
Saskatchewan Athletics has released the selection criteria for Team Saskatchewan for the 2022 Canada Summer Games. The selection trials will be held in Saskatoon June 10-12, 2022. The athletics competition at the Canada Summer Games will be held August 16-20, 2022.
On September 19, 2021, the Saskatchewan Athletics Board of Directors passed a motion making it mandatory for all eligible members of Saskatchewan Athletics to be fully vaccinated (2 doses) in order to participate in track and field, cross country & road races.
Eligible members will be required to be fully vaccinated (2 doses) in order to take out a Saskatchewan Athletics membership. In order to participate in any sanctioned Saskatchewan Athletics event (athletes, coaches, officials, recreational runners, instructors and volunteers) proof of being fully vaccinated will be required.
First vaccine needs to be administered no later than November 1, 2021 and second no later than December 1, 2021. Club members must submit proof of vaccination to their club manager. Unattached members must submit proof of vaccination to the Saskatchewan Athletics office.
Please note: The vaccine mandate is for individuals aged 12 & older. When the vaccine comes available for individuals under the age of 12, Saskatchewan Athletics will give plenty of time for these individuals to get vaccinated.
Saskatchewan Athletics will not be accepting any exemptions under the membership category.