Canada’s Christine Sinclair retiring from international soccer at end of the year

Canada’s Christine Sinclair retiring from international soccer at end of the year

Oct 20, 2023 | 7:41am
After leading Canada to gold at the Tokyo Olympics in August 2021, captain Christine Sinclair came to a realization. “After Tokyo, deep down inside, I knew I didn’t want to play in Paris,” she said, referencing the 2024 Olympics. “The way the Tokyo Olympics ended, you can’t beat it. “I wanted to give it one more shot […]

Regina golfer gets into the winners circle

Oct 21, 2021 | 2:07pm

It took a while, but Regina’s Alex Schmidt can finally call herself a collegiate golf champion, In what was the last event of the fall golf season, Schmidt, who is a senior at Lewis-Clark State College in Idaho, won the Bushnell Invitational in Creswell, Oregon Monday as she posted a six-stroke victory.   While Schmidt, who […]

Proof of vaccination needed for 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games

Oct 4, 2021 | 12:16pm

The 2022 Saskatchewan Winter Games and the Saskatchewan Games Council have announced all individuals taking part in the games, which go next February in Regina, will have to be fully vaccinated prior to its beginning. This includes all athletes, coaches, managers, mission staff, event staff and volunteers who are aged 12 and over. If youth […]

Canada West adopts proof of vaccination policy

Sep 4, 2021 | 6:00am

Those connected with U of R Cougar Athletics in Regina and Huskie Athletics in Saskatoon will need to show proof of vaccination. Canada West announced Friday it is establishing a proof of COVID-19 vaccination policy for the 2021-22 season. The policy, which member schools voted unanimously to adopt, goes into effect immediately. The policy will […]

CIty of Regina athletic fields and diamonds ready to host games

May 28, 2021 | 4:12pm

Outdoor sports and activities can resume at City of Regina athletic fields and baseball diamonds as part of Saskatchewan’s Reopening Roadmap: Step One on Sunday.  As it stands right now, these facilities are currently only open for training. To align with Provincial Health Orders, players, officials, coaches and spectators are required to follow the COVID-19 […]

Sask Hockey says chances of hockey being played this winter are now remote

Jan 15, 2021 | 9:00am

The Saskatchewan Hockey Association says it will be sitting down with minor hockey associations and zones across the province after getting unexpected news from the government’s business response team. In a memo to members on Thursday, the SHA says games aren’t expected to resume before the end of March because of the current COVID-19 restrictions […]

Canada West delays decision on commencing play in January 2021

Oct 2, 2020 | 11:29am

Canada West has announced it will delay the decision on whether second term conference competition proceeds in the New Year until no later than November 2. The initial deadline for a decision was scheduled for October 8. Following feedback from student-athletes, the conference’s Board of Directors voted earlier this week to delay a decision on […]

Rams HC McConkey says realization of no football makes Monday a tough one

Jun 8, 2020 | 7:13pm

Monday was a day interim Regina Rams Head Coach Mark McConkey was hoping would not happen, but he was not surprised when word came down from Canada West that the 2020 football season was being cancelled due to COVID-19. “It’s very disappointing.  You sort of knew in the back of your mind what might happen, […]

Canada West will reportedly cancel fall sports on Monday due to COVID-19

Jun 7, 2020 | 5:00pm

Canada West will  be making an announcement Monday morning with reports suggesting the conference will state fall sports are being cancelled this year because of COVID-19. .@CanadaWest will be issuing a statement pertaining to the 2020-21 season tomorrow at 11 a.m. MT. — Evan Daum (@evandaum) June 7, 2020 It would mean no women’s soccer […]