Sask Athletics is the Prov Sport Governing Body for track & field, cross country, road racing and a branch of Athletics Canada.
Legion Track and Field Camp
54th Saskatoon Kinsmen Indoor Championships/U12 and U14 Provincial Championships
March 24 and 25, 2023
We are now accepting applications for team staff for our U16 and U18 provincial teams that will compete at the Sask vs Manitoba Dual Province meet that will take place in Regina,
SK from July 21 to July 23. We are currently looking to fill the following positions for both
• Head Coach
• Sprints/Hurdles/Relays Coach
• Jumps Coach
• Throws Coach
• Endurance Coach
More information about each role can be found here.
Applications are due May 1.
Saskatchewan Athletics would like to extend our sincere condolences to the Kroll family for the recent passing of Arnold Kroll. Arnold had a strong sense of community and served the Saskatchewan track and field communities in a variety of ways throughout the years. He spent several years serving as the president of the Saskatoon Track and Field Club, was president of the Bob Adams Foundation, and was Co-chairman and Honorary Meet Director of the Knights of Columbus Indoor Games.
Aboriginal Indoor Track and Field Championships
April 1-2, 2023
Saskatoon, SK - Field House
Regina Spring Classic
May 13, 2023
Regina, SK - Canada Games Track and Field Facility
Officials are volunteers who play a vital role in providing safe, fair and efficiently run competitions in the sport of athletics—including track and field, cross-country and road racing events. Officials apply the sport rules to maintain integrity and enjoyment at all levels of competitions from local school and club-based events to provincial and national championships and international level competitions.
Officials come from all ages and walks of life with backgrounds ranging from current and retired athletes and coaches to parents of young athletes and others who are interested in the sport. Of the many reasons and benefits of being an official, the most common reasons include continuing to be involved in the sport; being part of an enjoyable and social community of like-minded individuals; and a chance to volunteer and develop new knowledge and skills.
To learn more about becoming an official contact Brenda O'Connor (email@example.com).
The Sask Athletics Spring Camp is scheduled to take place April 15-16, 2023. See below for more information.
The deadline to register is March 31.
Athletics Canada Policy on Transgender and Gender Diversity Inclusion - January 2023
A road race measurement seminar is scheduled to be held in Burnaby, BC, April 22-23, 2023.
If you have an interest in road race measurement or have measured some road races and would like to improve your skills this seminar is for you. It consists of 2 day, partly classroom style and partly hands on measurements of both a road race and a calibration course. The seminar leader is Paul Adams, a World Athletics Grade A measurer. Paul has been measuring road races since 1996, has lead 4 previous seminars and is one of the four National Certifiers in Canada.
The registration form can be found HERE.
For further information about the seminar or road race measurement in general, contact Paul Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org
In 2023, the Royal Road Race is back as Saskatchewan's premier race to celebrate Mother's Day weekend! As always, it will provide a unique opportunity to run within Canada's RCMP Training Academy in Regina, Saskatchewan. To add to the excitement, the RCMP is celebrating their 150th anniversary as Canada's national police force. Come and be a part of this special edition of the Royal Road Race!