January 8, 2020
Sask Sport, Sask Lotteries and the Canadian Sport Centre Saskatchewan have teamed up to create cheeronsask.ca

In the coming months, this website will document athletes, coaches, officials and staff from Saskatchewan on their journey to the Olympic and Paralympic games.

Join us in the Sask Proud movement as we celebrate and applaud their achievements and encourage everyone to “Cheer on Sask” in Tokyo this summer.
Athlete of the Month Award
After a bronze-medal performance in Group A World Cup competition, Moose Jaw speed skater Graeme Fish has been named Sask Sport’s December Athlete of the Month.

On Dec. 8, Fish finished third in the 10,000-metre long track race at the World Cup 3 in Kazakhstan.

Fish is currently the top 10,000-m skater in Canada. 
Deadline Approaching: Canada Games Apprenticeship Programs 
The Women in Coaching Canada Games Apprenticeship Program and Aboriginal Apprentice Coach Program are now accepting public interest forms for the 2021 Canada Summer Games in Niagara Region, Ont. The event will be held Aug. 6-21, 2021.

Both apprenticeship programs select two applicants from each province to participate. The public interest forms close Jan. 10 .

To submit an expression of interest, visit:

Local questions? Contact Garett Mathiason, Coaching and Officials Development Coordinator, at 306-975-0865 or gmathiason@sasksport.sk.ca
RBC Training Ground Returning to Saskatoon

Unlock your potential.

RBC Training Ground is committed to finding and funding the next generation of Canadian Olympians. This program tests athletes aged 14-25 on their speed, strength, power and endurance to see if they have what it takes to train with the best in Canada.

RBC Training Ground
March 28, 2020
University of Saskatchewan
Physical Activity Complex
Job Opportunities
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