Alumni

The Canada Games and Western Canada Summer Games are a key development opportunity for Saskatchewan's athletes and act as a stepping stool towards international competition. Team Sask counts a large number of accomplished alumni among its ranks, many of whom have competed for Team Canada at the Olympic, Paralympic, Pan Am, and Para Pan Am Games over the years! Below is a list of Team Sask alumni who have represented on the world stage, dating back to the 2000 Olympic Summer Games.

CWG: Canada Winter Games
CSG: Canada Summer Games
WCSG: Western Canada Summer Games

Rio 2016 Olympic Summer Games and Paralympics

  • Brianne Theisen-Eaton, Athletics (2005 Canada Summer Games, Athletics)
  • Gavin Schmitt, Volleyball (2005 Canada Summer Games, Volleyball)
  • Taryn Suttie, Athletics (2009 Canada Summer Games, Athletics)
  • Nik Goncin, Wheelchair Basketball (2011 Canada Winter Games and 2015 Canada Winter Games, Wheelchair Basketball)
  • Erica Gavel, Wheelchair Basketball (2007 Western Canada Summer Games, Softball)
  • Logan Campbell, Sailing (2003 Canada Winter Games, Freestyle Skiing; 2005 Canada Summer Games, Sailing)
  • Samantha Ryan, Swimming (2013 Canada Summer Games, Swimming)

Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games and Para Pan Am Games

Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games

London 2012 Olympic Summer Games and Paralympics

Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games

Beijing 2008 Olympic Summer Games & Paralympics

  • Frazer Will, Judo (1999 CWG, Judo)
  • Lisa Franks, Wheelchair Basketball (1997 CSG, Athletics; 1999 CWG and 2003 CWG, Wheelchair Basketball)
  • Jake Wetzel, Rowing (1991 CWG, Fencing; 1995 CWG, Cross Country Skiing)

Turin 2006 Olympic Winter Games

  • Kerry Simpson, Speed Skating (1999 CWG and 2003 CWG, Speed Skating)

Athens 2004 Olympic Summer Games

  • Lisa Franks, Wheelchair Basketball (1997 CSG, Athletics; 1999 CWG and 2003 CWG, Wheelchair Basketball)

Salt Lake City 2002 Olympic Winter Games

Sydney 2000 Olympic Summer Games

  • Lisa Franks, Wheelchair Basketball (1997 CSG, Athletics; 1999 CWG and 2003 CWG, Wheelchair Basketball)
  • Tracy Duncan, Rowing (1989 CSG, Rowing)