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Team Sask concludes the 2019 Canada Winter Games in sixth place with 17 medals

Team Sask concludes the 2019 Canada Winter Games in sixth place with 17 medals RED DEER, AB (March 5th, 2019): After two weeks of intense competition between 3,600 athletes from across Canada in 19 different sports, the 2019 Canada Winter Games have concluded. With a total of 17 medals and 164.5 flag points, Team Sask has finished in sixth place in both medals and flag point standings. Flag…

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Team Sask Announces Full Contingent for the 2019 Canada Winter Games

Team Sask Announces Full Contingent for the 2019 Canada Winter Games REGINA, SK (January 31, 2019): Team Sask has announced the full contingent of 311 that will represent the province at the 2019 Canada Winter Games in Red Deer, AB from February 15 - March 3. With 215 athletes, 72 coaches, managers and technical staff, and 24 mission staff, Team Sask…

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50 Games in 48 Years: Long-time Games Consultant Lorne Lasuita Announces Retirement

With personal sadness but warm wishes, the Saskatchewan Games Council announces the upcoming retirement of Provincial Games Consultant Lorne Lasuita after an impactful and long-ranging career in multi-sport games, sport, and recreation. Lorne will officially retire as Provincial Games Consultant on March 31, 2019 and will continue in his role as Games Consultant with the 2019 Western Canada Summer…

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Team Sask concludes the 2017 Canada Summer Games tied for 6th in overall performance

Team Sask concludes the 2017 Canada Summer Games tied for 6th in overall performanceWINNIPEG, MB (August 14th, 2017): After two weeks of intense competition in 16 different sports, the 2017 Canada Summer Games have concluded. Team Sask finished in a tie with Nova Scotia for 6th place in the final flag point standings. Flag points are awarded to each team, male and female, based on their…

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